If the Lumia 920 isn't for you, then there's some good news in store: you can get a sweet, online-only price on the Lumia 800. You can score the handset for for $369 right now.
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We're seeing more and more high-end smartphones enter the market, and keeping up with all of them is nothing short of overwhelming. How will you decide which one will be your next handset? Here’s how popular beasts like the Galaxy S III stack up against upcoming options like the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920.
Nokia Australia held a launch event last night to show off the Australian version of the high-end Lumia 900 and entry-level Lumia 610. Not enough time to fashion a review, but here are my early thoughts.
Nokia's Lumia 800 takes the gorgeous design of the N9 and slaps a new coat of Windows Phone 7 paint. The end result is a phone that'll be drooled over by Windows Phone 7 aficionados, and could well influence a few switchers along the way, and it's the subject of this week's Mobile Monday review.
We already knew that the Lumia 800 was due to hit Aussie shores in March, and we've already seen what our US reviewers thought of Nokia's first Windows Phone 7 smartphone. Nokia's just tweeted out the local RRP for when it does arrive, when it'll cost you $699.
We've wondered for a while which carrier would pick up the Nokia Lumia 800 in the Australian market, and Nokia's just made it official. The answer is "all of them, and possibly others, too."
Exciting times are afoot if you’re coming off contract soon. Australia’s first 4G phone (the Velocity 4G) arrived yesterday, alongside the Samsung Omnia W, our first second-gen Windows Phone. Then there are upcoming phones like the HTC Titan II, Sony Xperia S, Nokia Lumia 900 and the Asus Padfone. Here’s how these upcoming beasts compare.
So I've been using a Lumia 800 for a few weeks now, and mostly I'm loving it. It does have two big problems though, and they're both battery-related.
Windows Phone has been sort of a ship without a port for a while now, getting along as a platform without a must-have, lightning-rod handset. Nokia's Lumia 800 is the first serious contender for that honour, but Mango's knight in shining polycarbonate might not be enough to make its presence felt across the pond.
Nokia just announced two gosh darn attractive Windows Phone handsets. The first "true" Windows Phones, the company says -- and makes a pretty convincing case that they are. But rather than making everyone hot and bothered, Lumia seems to be leaving people cold. Here's why that's wrong.
WinRumors got its hands on the screenshots of marketing materials for the two Windows Phone handsets Nokia will announce tomorrow. And it looks like they may be just what WP fans have hoped for.