Nokia Lumia 800, the first Windows Phone device from the Finnish mobile phone maker, is now available for purchase in Sweden, while its brother, the Nokia Lumia 710, also started to emerge in stores around Europe.
The Lumia 800 was added to Telia’s offering
and was made available for purchase in three color flavors, namely Cyan, Magenta and Black.
The smartphone features a price tag starting at 29,95 Euros ($38,7) a month, with the signing of a two year contract agreement.
With it, users reportedly get free mobile data traffic, along with 12 months of free Spotify subscription.
Featuring a 3.7inch ClearBlack AMOLED touchscreen display, and a 1.4GHz application processor, this is the flagship Windows Phone
device that Nokia came to the market with in 2011.
The smartphone also packs 16 GB of internal memory, along with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with HD video recording capabilities.
Based on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, Lumia 800 also offers great webs browsing via Internet Explorer 9, as well as support for a series of features specific to Nokia’s devices, such as Nokia Drive or Nokia Music.
As for the Nokia Lumia 710, the handset has just been announced
as being available for purchase in the Netherlands, only a few days before it was initially expected to go on sale.
The smartphone features a price tag of around 300 Euro (about $390) in the country and sports a great deal of features that were packed with the Lumia 800 as well, including the said navigation and entertainment services.
The smartphone was made available with a large 3.7-inch touchscreen display, as well as with a 1.4GHz application processor, 8GB of internal memory, and a 5-megapixel photo snapper on the back.
and Lumia 710 are only the first Windows Phone devices that Nokia came to the market with. More of them should start to emerge as soon as the first quarter of the next year.