Nokia Lumia 800 review
The first Windows Phone from Nokia has finally arrived, but is this smartphone the shot in the arm Nokia so desperately needs or a shot in the foot? Julian Prokaza finds out in our review.
Thankfully, call quality is as good as should be expected from a company that's been making mobile phones since 1984, and the loudspeaker on the bottom edge of the case is loud and clear in speakerphone mode.
As the one-piece case suggests, the Lumia 800's battery is non-removable, but it lasted for a very respectable 45 hours when playing MP3s with the screen and wireless radios turned off. Performance with the processor-pounding WP Bench batter test was less impressive though, and the Lumia 800 managed a mere two and a half hours the similarly specified HTC Radar with its marginally bigger battery ran for six hours.
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