After a long period of speculations and rumors, Nokia 800 has finally become official. Formerly known as Searay, this handset adopts the looks of the N9 and its polycarbonate shell. The case is 12.1mm thick and the display is a bit smaller than on the Nokia N9, reaching 3.7 inches in diagonal.


Nokia Lumia 800 runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and it will be available in cyan, black and magenta for 420 euro, without taxes and subsidies. The phone comes with 25GB storage space on SkyDrive, socializing services (one touch), Internet Explorer 9 and all the Mango goodness you can imagine. The handset will be available in France, Germania, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK in mid-November.

And now here’s the specs list of the handset:

  • Display: 3.7 inches, AMOLED, ClearBlack, 800 x 480 pixels
  • CPU: 1.4GHz, single core, Qualcomm
  • Camera: 8MP, Carl Zeiss, 720p 30 fps video capture
  • Memory: 16GB internal, 512MB RAM
  • Battery: 1540 mAh
  • Weight:142 grams

Preorders are already available and during the Nokia World 2011 presentation we saw the packaging of the device live via videocall. Over 30 carriers will be available for the initial launch of the handset! Hong Kong, India, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan will get the phone by the year end and don’t forget to check out the promo videos for the Lumia 800 below:

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