Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Lumia Nokia 800: Exclusive features for the first Windows Phone Manufacturer

Nokia recently held in London the opening conference of what he presents as the "Nokia World" the largest in its history. At the democratization of the smartphone, the manufacturer presented its historical track to meet the young and successful competition.The Finnish manufacturer will face a market now dominated by Apple and Android in the West by performing as expected with the transition from Symbian to Windows Phone, the latest version Mango.

Nokia has finally unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the " Nokia 800 Lumia, "and in particular its specific characteristics compared to existing Windows Phone. Three unique features One of the main attractions of the Nokia smartphones for years is the integration of a free GPS navigation solution, and the first Windows Phone the manufacturer will be no exception. Nokia Maps is "Nokia Drive" in the operation, but there are free route guidance and offline, after downloading prior mapping or, if strictly necessary to its destination. The music is also part of an application "Nokia Music" unique, offering thematic mix complete songs, like the service Pandora, with the ability to listen offline and add a tile theme to the start screen.

The "Lumia 800" finally puts the emphasis on the photo sensor with 8 million pixels of light and a lens stamped Carl Zeiss. One last detail, but not least, the first Windows Phone from Nokia Aboard the famous ringtone Nokia Tune ! A sheet any The "Lumia 800" revolves around a 3.7-inch AMOLED display and one piece polycarbonate enclosure 12.1 mm thick. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC S2, including a simple heart 1.4 GHz CPU and an Adreno 205 GPU that supports decoding of 720p HD video but not beyond, and embeds 16 GB of internal non-expandable. The rest of the sheet is not provided at present.

The "Nokia Lumia 800" will be released in a few weeks unsubsidized. A variant of "affordable" , the "Lumia 710" ships same SoC half but less memory and sensor 5 million pixels


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