Monday, December 12, 2011

Nokia Lumia 800 OS let's us know

You will find there's lot riding on the Nokia Lumia 900 and the Finns put a great deal of work into it - effectively, they worked for a while anyway. The final result copes with to impress, but also gives some disappointment.

Nokia Lumia 800 OS

There's not much you can say about the OS -- here all Windows Phone mobile phones are evenly matched. But which consists of three proprietary apps, Nokia manages to set the Lumia 800 in a class of a. Nokia Drive, the most valuable in the three, may not please Symbian supporters, but it's designed entirely inside spirit of Windows Phone - easy to navigate, with clean, readable labels which have been free of distractions (all positives when speaking about SatNav apps).

The camera has a good amount of potential too - as it can be, it's one of the best shooters inside Windows Phone world and contains the potential to get even better which has a software update that clears up several of its issues (like your overly eager continuous autofocus).

Your curvy polycarbonate shell and Gorilla Wine glass with smooth, beveled edges give you a huge boost to the Lumia 800's desirability way too. The display is pretty wonderful too, though the somewhat low brightness levels were form of a disappointment. Still, it's superior to most WP phones out generally there.

During this review, we were constantly talking about the Nokia N9 - is actually good reason. It shares inside great features of the Lumia 800 and does superior to it in some respects. But which has a niche OS and intentionally high asking price, mainstream acceptance will probably always remain beyond its reach.

For comparison’s cause, the Samsung Omnia W is often a similar Windows Phone. It incorporates a SuperAMOLED screen that's a match to the Lumia's. The phone is thin too, though it uses regular plastic and metal due to the build (not necessarily undesirable, but it's ordinary). What's more, it loses points on the lower-res digicam (5MP), smaller storage (8GB) and best of all - no free SatNav. There are navigation apps for WP already in the market, so that can be settled (unlike the fixed volume of storage). But on the opposite hand, its SIM-free price is actually half of the Lumia’s.

The HTC Titan forgoes AMOLED along with instead equips itself with most significant screens on a mobile mobile phone. It goes heavy on the metal and light for the plastic too. But if you like AMOLEDs so you don’t really care if you may be using a mainstream OS as well as not, then maybe the Samsung S8600 Wave III has that to make available along with an attractive material build.

If you're looking with the Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone 7. 5, then you've almost certainly decided against an iPhone as well as an Android smartphone. You want in on Windows Phone that is certainly that - and the 800 is a superb entry point. The OS features matured, the Marketplace has grown along with Nokia demonstrates its know-how throughout phone design and services by it.

The Nokia Lumia 800 will sell well - they have already risen to the top spots in popularity for a lot of carriers. It will boost Nokia's market place shares and Windows Phone's shares too - but it’s likely it won't dethrone the market leaders. The bigger question is, could it save Nokia from their using platform? It's too soon to see.