The supposed Nokia 800 is pictured atop a WP7-style coloured, tiled background, showing an oddly curved handset with a colourful or possibly even shiny and metallic surround. It’s not the ugliest phone there’s ever been, but then it doesn’t exactly set groins on fire, either. It’s certainly disappointing enough to be a Microsoft/Nokia smartphone production.
Nokia's Sea Ray Windows Phone To Be Known As N800?
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