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Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7″ AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio – Black


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Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7″ AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio – Black

This Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone runs on Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) OS mobile platform that is preloaded with applications like Nokia Drive, TopApps, Nokia Music, and more. This Windows mobile features a 3.7-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display that is ideal for viewing photos, watching movies, and browsing the web. It also has an 8MP camera with a Carl Zeiss lens that lets you capture photographs with stunning quality and also supports HD video recording at 30 fps.

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  • This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Not all carrier features may be supported. It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint.
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What customers say about Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7″ AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio – Black

  1. Andy Dopieralski says:
    88 of 95 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    As a T-Mobile user, this phone is worth losing 3G., December 29, 2011
    By 
    Andy Dopieralski (Seattle, WA) –

    This review is from: Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7″ AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio – Black (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I purchased the Lumia 800 as a replacement for a dead HD7. I was honestly just about done with the Windows Mobile platform due to the poor experience I had with the HTC. I’m really glad I pulled the trigger on this phone. First, on T-Mobile you will lose 3G. The radio only supports AT&T’s 3G band in the US. It does have support for T-Mobile’s 4G frequency, but I doubt the radio supports 4G and currently the OS doesn’t either, natively. So don’t hold out hope for a ton of data streaming to this thing. That being said, I really am noticing how little data I actually use. Yeah, Netflix isn’t great over Edge, but the phone’s great WiFi radio has worked for every hotspot I’ve tried. My HD7 failed to connect to WiFi about 50% of the time, so this is a huge win for the Nokia.

    Battery life on the phone is much better than people are saying. Part is likely due to the fact that I am not using 3G, but part is owed to a bug in battery reporting in Nokia’s software. So you will see lower battery than your phone really has, but the phone will still have plenty. I have done a full two day run without a charge and a couple of heavy Doodle God sessions were had.

    I am also not seeing any issue with the camera. In fact, the photos are much more vibrant and clear than my cousin’s Focus (v1, mind you). And compared to the HD7 – which was like punishment for trying to take photos on a phone – it might as well be a DSLR. The Zeiss glass is clear and the focus is solid. Nokia doesn’t pack in all of the bells and whistles in terms of camera options, but the default ones from the OS aren’t horrible.

    GPS has been stellar. Great locks, great accuracy…Glympse is a dream to use. Like other customers have said, go with the Nokia GPS for turn by turn.

    The curved glass and solid body design make the phone feel really great in hand. Not cheap in the least. The phone feels solid and comfortable. The supplied gel skin case is a nice bonus and looks very good without adding much thickness at all.

    Pros:
    Design quality
    Battery life (actual)
    Fast
    Beautiful screen/deep blacks
    Call quality is excellent
    Great wifi radio
    Fast camera button response

    Cons:
    No T-Mobile band (not really a big deal, honestly)
    Battery indicator is incorrect
    The charging port is under a weird door AND is on top of the phone, making using it while plugged in a hassle
    Pentile Matrix (this is a con to some people, I guess. But it looks great to me)
    Phone will likely kill you if placed in that box from Transformers by John Turturro.

    Over all, a hard 5 stars. I love my phone again.

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  2. Linh Nguyen says:
    52 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Stunning product. (Perfect after 11501 update!), January 4, 2012
    By 
    Linh Nguyen (New York City) –
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    This review is from: Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7″ AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio – Black (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    UPDATE #3: I just realized I completely forgot to mention certain carrier info. I’m using the phone with AT&T in NYC. Doesn’t work with their HSPA+ (yet? I believe there will be a way to enable the frequency) as far as I can tell but I get 3mbit downstream and 1mbit upstream, which is a-OK.

    UPDATE #2: Flashed the new 11501 firmware. Battery problem be gone! I unplugged my phone at around 1AM and left it idling. It’s now 330PM and battery still at 58% with normal use from 9AM. Great job Nokia. I haven’t noticed anything else other than the battery fix though. Added the last star :)

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    You can love or hate Windows Phone OS, but you have to admit, Nokia sure stepped up their game in designing this beauty.

    HARDWARE:

    “Borrowed” heavily from its N9 sibling, this is one stunning phone to look at. Poly-carbonate body means very scratch resistant and none of that slippery glass surface, unlike a certain smartphone. The curves also make it very comfortable to hold, especially over a long period of time, also unlike a certain square-ish phone. Speaker and microphone neatly at the bottom while micro USB port and sim slot are at the top.

    The screen is amazing. The 3.7″ Clearblack LCD (aka Super AMOLED or whatever you want to call it) gives you such vibrant colors that my retina-display iPhone 4 looks like a last-gen screen next to it, at least in terms of colors and contrasts. The touchscreen is very sensitive, though I’ve noticed it can be a bit jumpy at times. No idea if it’s a software or hardware problem, or just my screen protector.

    The only problems I have with the designs are: a) the dedicated camera button. It’s a two-stage shutter (slightly press to focus and fully to shoot) is a bit flimsy. b) the micro-USB port cover flips up and can easily be broken. And it stays this way while connected. (This has been remedied with the upcoming Lumia 900 btw.)

    Overall, this is the best looking phone I’ve seen in years. Kudos to Nokia for trying something new. And dare I say, they succeeded brilliantly.

    SOFTWARE:

    It’s Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. You either love it, or hate it.

    Let me say that coming from Android/iOS, the first main differences I saw were the big and bold tiles, and the minimal homescreen. No gazillions of icons and folders cluttering up the screen. Everything is right there, in your face. Phone, SMS, Mail, Browser are all there and easily accessible the moment you turn on the screen. Very cool, I thought. But then, as an avid app user, I loaded up the Windows Marketplace. And boy, was I in for a huge disappointment. I’d known that this was a new ecosystem and there wouldn’t be that many apps yet. But I didn’t think that many of the iOS/Android apps (not games, don’t care about those) that I often used wouldn’t have an alternative for WP (more on this later).

    I was ready to return the phone. But then (yes, another turning point), I started using it. And I fell in love. The way Live Tiles work, instant updated info without loading the apps. The way “People” combines all/most of your social networks into one place. The way I stopped using my phone to do useless things and actually get stuff done. And of course, the way the Lumia 800 felt in my hands. Also, slowly, I started discovering new ways to find the apps that I want/need. Sure, I had to compromise and discarded certain apps that I don’t really need, but I did manage to gather a good number of apps in the end.

    Windows Phone 7.5 isn’t perfect. I still hate the way copy/paste is implemented. I still think the keyboard is awkward at times and too sensitive at others. I hate that there’s no jailbreak/root, or as WP users call it “Interop unlock”. Or how background tasking has a 9-processes limit. Or how there’s no way to change text size in SMS. Or that the default Marketplace is rather unwelcoming and harder to navigate. And many more. But these minor bugs and inconveniences all become irrelevant when you look at the big picture. Windows Phone 7.5 is a brilliant mobile OS. You might call it the smartphone OS for newbies. I’m guessing the reason why it hasn’t attracted that many people yet is the lack of quality phones. We haven’t seen anything that is so stylish, so cool that can actually compete with the annual iPhone and monthly Androids. Until now.

    I’m definitely getting a Lumia 900 when it comes out in a few months (though I’ll miss the curved glass). Good job Nokia and Microsoft. You’ve won me over.

    Update: I forgot to mention that the 800 has battery issues (doesn’t last very long). I hear that there’s a new update out that has fixed this problem, but I’m still waiting for them to push it out to my phone. Will confirm when I get it.

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  3. MikeR says:
    37 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great on AT&T but cant send pictures, December 12, 2011
    By 
    MikeR

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    This review is from: Nokia Lumia 800 Unlocked GSM Phone with Windows 7.5 OS, 3.7″ AMOLED Multi-Touchscreen, 8MP Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, Video, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio – Black (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    ******EDIT*****
    Last week i noticed on my phone that there was a question mark inside the battery symbol. The phone would not charge and i could not tell how much battery i had left. I looked this up and it has happened on many different devices. They say to take the battery out and reset the phone, and see if that works, but the nokia battery is unremovable. I will have to send this one back =’(


    This phone is absolutely amazing and im using it on at&t. This phone is unlocked but you need to go to wireless settings and go to edit apn and add “wap.cingular” to make it work with 3g/4g (hspa+) on at&t. The only problem i am having is that i cant sent pictures if i figure out that, if its even possible, then this phone is perfect. The screen is small but it looks amazing and all the nokia extras like nokia drive(navigation) and nokia music make this a great deal. Just pricey at the moment but totally worth it for me.

    ******
    Here is the fix for not being able to send MMS on AT&T:

    connect to wifi
    You need to go here:
    [...]

    The first post right at the top has a link that says “Zune Link”, you must click on that link on your Lumia 800, it brings you into the app store and lets you download the Nokia Network fix.
    I used it on my Lumia 800 and it works perfectly, it detected my carrier (AT&T) and then I was able to send MMS messages and connect to the network.

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