Exclusive: Nokia to launch Lumia 800 and 710 Windows Phones [pics]

By Tom Warren, on 25th Oct 11 5:08 pm with 166 Comments

Nokia Lumia Windows Phone devices

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop will introduce at least two Nokia Windows Phones tomorrow morning.

WinRumors has learned that the company is planning to make the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 devices available in November following an announcement at Nokia World on Wednesday. The Lumia 800, known previously as the Sea Ray, includes similar styling to the Nokia N9. Nokia’s Lumia 710 device, known previously as the Sabre, will also be unveiled. Both devices are expected to be made available in select European markets in November with U.S. launches next year.

Stay tuned to WinRumors for full details of both devices on Wednesday morning.

Thanks to ELMan for the images

Nokia Lumia 800

Nokia Lumia 710

  • http://voguishtech.com Wemberg Carlo Estil

    SD SlOT!!!!
    F**K YEAH!!!!!

    • MrQuincy

      Pretty sure that says “no SD slot”

    • Joe

      I think your right on the 710, but I’m almost posotive that the 800 says SD card slot. I doubt they would advertise a short coming unless they were using it as an advantage or feature on another device. Any chance of a higher resolution pic Tom?

    • Robin Ashe

      It’s not an ad, it’s for the tech press. The N9 doesn’t have a slot, the 800 certainly wouldn’t.

    • http://twitter.com/ikethepike Isaac Kuehnle Nelson

      Thank you, i do like how the used the μ symbol to represent MicroSD, sort of nerdy pentence

  • Anonymous

    Hmmm… No 900? Other sites are picking up on the “leaked” rumor.  I hope its true and headed for the US, but the design seems to be atypical of Nokia.

    • Robin Ashe

      The Ace/900 are fakes. Won’t be happening.

  • http://www.facebook.com/aerosmillie David Smillie

    What is going on with the 710 Lumia??? Is that hardware buttons were seeing???

    • Robin Ashe

      Indeed it is, indeed it is!

    • Entegy

       Hallejuah!

  • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

    Expected at least one high-end model. :(

    • Joe

      The Nokia Ace (likely 900) is still in the works, and probably won’t be released till 2012. http://thenokiablog.com/2011/10/25/nokia-900-leak/

    • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

      Leak is fake. http://www.yankodesign.com/2010/12/24/multiple-oss-on-a-smartphone/

    • Philr8

      Yep.  The leak uses Nokia Sans font (old) and not Nokia Pure (current).  Look at the outlook tile on the leaked 900 and compare the 5 in 25 to the 5 seen here in Nokia Pure:  http://www.istartedsomething.com/20111020/nokia-windows-phones-may-use-nokia-pure-for-system-ui/

    • ReturningToNokia

      Just because the image may be a  concept, doesn’t mean that the specs listed at thenokiablog aren’t actual!

    • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

      A bigger screen doesn’t make a phone high end, people have forgotten about build quality & design. That’s what makes a Nokia 800 high end compared to the plastic, big screen htc’s.

    • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

      It makes it high end to me. Using Omnia7 at the moment, and I wouldn’t go for a smaller screen that easily. However, in the lack of other option, next one is 800.

    • Anonymous

      you do know the 800 is plastic right?

    • Robin Ashe

      Plastic is actually a good thing for phones though. People don’t realise HTC makes metal phones.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Pedro-Roque/100000194503830 Pedro Roque

    That Lumia 800 looks cool, but 3.7” display is too small.

    • Joe

      I agree. Beautiful to look at, but I made the jump from an iPhone to an HD7 and the difference was MASSIVE. I don’t think I could use a phone smaller than 4″ anymore.

    • http://twitter.com/janespoon1 janespoon

      Kind of decent specs, No Dual Core No SD card slot No 4G. To small display. Sorry Nokia

    • Robin Ashe

      Dual Core is a disadvantage to battery life. No removable memory is a legit gripe. No phone has real 4G anyway. Display size is a personal issue, I won’t tell you you’re wrong that it’s too small for you, but it certainly isn’t too small for other people, and I know quite a few who would think that 3.7″ is too big.

    • Guest

      Dude, if it had the best specs on the planet you’d still have something negative to say. Go away.

  • http://dansgalaxy.co.uk Dansgalaxy

    Whats the source of those photos? Looks like pics of an advertising board?…

    • http://www.winrumors.com Tom W

      Can’t say but they are 100% real. I have video too.

    • http://twitter.com/Niels9001 Niels

      Can you share that?

    • http://twitter.com/ikethepike Isaac Kuehnle Nelson

      Ooh share video!

    • Scott

      Probably came from someone at Nokia World.

    • Joe

      Looks like a web page. It has the tabs on the top that look like you can click on them to view other detailed information in a Metro style.

    • http://www.oddpattern.com OddPattern

      It looks like a website to me considering it has (or what looks like to be) tabs for different features. Also, the lines usually appear only on tv and computer screens.

  • http://www.twitter.com/vthenerd Vladan Vukmanov

    OMG, I want that Lumia 710.

  • Bigmase2005

    Lumia 800! I need this right meow!

  • http://profiles.google.com/joshrowe.ice Joshua Rowe

    Disappointing battery life on these. I thought Nokia was good at that.

    • Joe

      The software optimization is what has made them good on battery life in the past. They use the same physical batteries as everyone else.

  • Impartial

    Tom how on earth do you get these exclusives! Congrats!

  • Anonymous

    No uSD slot on the 800?  No mention of how much storage on board?  Really hope it’s not 8GB.  Even 16GB will be weak if there is no 32GB option.  Also hope it has the 1.4GHz CPU that’s been rumored for a while.

    • Joe

      Only the cheapest of the cheap (think sold in China) will have less than 1.4GHz CPU’s this generation.

    • Robin Ashe

      The Radar has a 1GHz.

    • http://www.facebook.com/aerosmillie David Smillie

      I reckon I can get by on 16gb…………….i’ve been getting by on my Trophy’s 8gb for long enough lol

    • Robin Ashe

      Same, 8GB is plenty for my usage.

    • http://twitter.com/abhi1manyu Abhimanyu Jamwal

      while I understand you are a heavy user, like most of the people in US and Europe are, in countries like India and China (major Nokia zones) space is not an issue, most of the phones sold here come with 1gb cards with an expandable option and noone buys them. So even if its 8Gb, its good…but I still think adding another 8Gb for $10 wont make much of a difference for the price concious users too.

    • Robin Ashe

      Thanks for bringing some international perspective into this. Nokia is here to expand Windows Phone in the markets they’re doing traditionally good at, and also have a better shot at getting back into the US market.

  • Anonymous

    12.1 mm? 

    That’s bit healthy. I would like to get it down to single digit.

    • Anonymous

      It’s 7.2mm-12.1mm just like N9.
      Hold it on your hand and lets talk again. ;)

      The phone is all round shapes, it’s carved from one single piece.

    • Tom

      hahahaha let’s talk again… as if we’re dating. cute.

    • http://twitter.com/oolong2 oolong2

      According to all the reviews the tapered sides make the N9 feel a lot thinner than it is.   It’s only that thick in the middle.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

    I’m going to go ahead and predict that the surprise annoucement tomorrow will be the Nokia 900 coming to the US, exclusive to T-Mobile, in time for the holidays.  Laugh if you want but I’m going to stand by it.  :)

    • Joe

      Why would they exclusive their last hope on the nations smallest carrier? That’s what Palm did and look what happened to them. I don’t think they’re idiots.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      Because of all the US carriers T-Mobile has been the one giving Nokia the most support.  T-Mobile has always sold Nokia phones and currently have 3 they are selling.  That’s why.

    • Joe

      It wouldn’t be a “diss” to allow them to sell the device but also place it on other carriers. It would just be bad buisness sence to place your reinvented buisness plan in the hands of the smallest possible audience.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      As opposed to no audience by not releasing at all? Really? T-Mobile customers have been using Nokia devices for years.  That be selling to an audience that is aware of who they are and would be getting early word of mouth to out to other potential customers.  But that’s just my view on the matter.  Tomorrow we’ll all know the truth.

    • Robin Ashe

      Which three are they selling? I just checked the site and I see all of 0 Nokia phones. Certainly supporting T-Mobile makes sense, hell they need what they can get with no iPhone, but going with them exclusively… not so much.

    • Maxispin

      This is just a BS! If all phones are listed there is not a single Nokia phone available.
      http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/phones/default.aspx

    • J A

      Remember that T-Mobile is a dutch company so I guess that may be the hookup they got from the EU connection to try to lure customers their way. But I will assume that other Nokia devices are coming to other carriers. I would personally love the SeaRay in black and not any of those pictured above for T-Mobile; http://www.winrumors.com/nokia-800-searay-windows-phone-press-shots-leak/

    • Lala

      No, T-Mobile is a german company, not a dutch company. T stands for (Deutsche) Telekom…

    • J A

      That exactly what I mean but typed the wrong word Dutch instead of Deutsche.

    • Remington Jackson

      Hey tmobile isnt the smallest carrier. Really they are the ranked 4th in terms of subscribers, also palm didn’t go down because they went with sprint. I mean they put subpar hardware in a phone, if hp did more r&d and got developers working on more apps webos could have been the 3rd most popular mobile os giving android and ios a run to improve competition.

    • Anonymous

      I agree with you, although I think by the time HP acquired Palm, it was too late. I put the webOS failure on Palm itself, because they “could’ve been a contender” with the first Pré, had they launched it right after CES with better marketing and better hardware. They decided to battle Apple too much, releasing the Pré the same week as one of the iPhone announcements, and then trying to get iTunes to work with the Pré, which Steve Jobs, er, Apple, shut down right away. If they had focused on differentiation marketing instead of trying to piggyback on Apple’s spotlight, they might have had a shot. Also, releasing with Sprint didn’t help much.

      Wait, this is a Nokia post, LOL! I love Nokia and am looking forward to their Windows Phones. I have a Focus.

    • Guest

      HP never had much of shot at establishing WebOS.  They lacked the consumer focused developer expertise, the dev tools, and the phone presence.  It was a dumb move done because HP was pissed at MS (with some cause) and Hurd had dreams of securing Apple-like margins by creating its own walled garden. It backfired and drove a wedge between MS and HP just when both should have been doubling down together to face Oracle and IBM in the enterprise and Apple on the consumer side.

      Palm similarly had no real shot. This is big stakes stuff. Look at Google’s MMI acquisition. There’s no way that Palm could have raised the money necessary to compete against the likes of Apple, Google, and MS. The wild card could have/should have would have been MS buying Palm right after iPhone launched and it was obvious that WM was dead. Not only did it makes sense just for the extensive patents held by Palm alone, but MS would have instantly had a credible answer mobile OS answer, shaving three years off its subsequent response time. Android might never have been able to break in and now dominate. But all of that is water under the bridge. 

      Supposedly HP is considering selling WebOS and the most likely buyer is Amazon. That would be compounding a dumb decision in my opinion. Amazon Fire’s equipped with WebOS could be formidable competitors that HP may then have to face competitively later (and Amazon is prepared to give them away at cost in order to make money off subsequent purchases). Better to just bury WebOS and make sure it never gets used against you. But HP lately is out of control. So I wouldn’t be surprised if they make another stupid move. 

    • ReturningToNokia

      Hope your wrong – T-Mobile sucks!  But they can have the Lumia 710 though :)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      lol, we all have our opinions.

    • http://twitter.com/ikethepike Isaac Kuehnle Nelson

      I take you up on your bet dear sir! Hands down pre-ordering a 800 here in Sweden.

    • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

      Not going to happen. Nice dream though.

    • JP

      Wow! That sounds great although I’d be surprised if it happens.

    • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

      http://www.yankodesign.com/2010/12/24/multiple-oss-on-a-smartphone/

      Sorry to banish your imagination :) Leaked 900 is fake – check the concept on the link I provided.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      That might very well be fake.  That dosen’t mean the 900(Ace) dosen’t exist.  Tomrrow we will know and if i’m wrong I’m wrong.  I’d be quite happy keeping my HD7 until something nicer comes along.

    • http://www.gadgeterija.net Denis Jelec

      True. I certainly wish there is a model with more ”spaced” display.

    • Anonymous

      I like your sense of optimism and hope that youre right so i can go ahead and buy one this year… HD7 starting to feel old after seeing the Nokia devices

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2WNLCWLJUCZ3WEHQUXJOVWISBA Wizard

      All the phone projects look awful. Did not like any of them. As of now, Nokia 800 looks awesome of all the Win Phones

    • Gwapo

      YEAHH!!!!! GO NOKIA!!! GO MANGO!!! GO TMOBILE!!!!

    • Anonymous

      i would buy 2 

    • Anonymous

      I could see the T-Mobile.  If they are having production issues meeting worldwide demand — probably makes sense to launch it on a smaller network.  Then in 2012 expand to AT&T once production is 100%.

    • Mike

      It is coming to TMobile but not until January…

    • Anonymous

      ATT is the anti-VZ which in turn is the anti-MS network meaning ATT will get the first nokia phone and VZ get the last, if any. I just hope MSFT is taking note of VZ’s behavior towards win phone. talk about what happens when a carrier sleeps with google.

    • OMG55

      Yeah a baby is born, and the daddy, “Google” has to pay child support to “Microsoft”.

    • http://www.jpitta.com PittaMan

      It won’t go Tmoble exclusive. AT&T is the ‘premire’ WP partner. They will get the premier phone.

    • Mreese601

       hey check out this new websites. http://appleipodtouch32gbs.com/

  • Anonymous

    Both models have front camera?

    • ReturningToNokia

      That’s the million dollar question!  All of these leaked photos, yet no one manages to get the offical specs and features of these devices!

    • http://www.facebook.com/thomas.bundgaard Thomas Bundgaard

      Gotta give it to Nokia – they know how to run a tight ship.

    • Robin Ashe

      Not that tight, although I guess they’re leaking just enough to keep interest going.

    • http://twitter.com/janespoon1 janespoon

      Kind of decent specs.

  • Anonymous

    It would be a real bummer if no Nokia WPs hit the US this year… a real missed opportunity…

    • ReturningToNokia

      Oh shut up!

    • Mobile user

      Oh You Shut Up

    • Joe

      Can’t say he isn’t wrong.

    • http://twitter.com/rameshthanikodi Ramesh Thanikodi

      I thnk you US people can remain happy with your androids for a bit longer, you guys are the ones bashing Nokia all the time anyway.

    • Anonymous

      Trust me, us WP7 users in the US are hungry for Nokia phones.  We are tired of the other OEM’s giving us re-hashed Android phones from a year ago.

    • Guest

      I’m not sure five people are going to sway the decision.

    • http://twitter.com/kid_jenius Daniel Paulino

       agreed it would be a missed opportunity, but if you think of it from a business standpoint, releasing in europe first is very important. they have huge presence in europe, so it would make sense that they want to get a respectable user base there first, and then try to crack apple’s and android’s control of US market share.

    • Anonymous

      But I want one!  :0  My Focus is starting to show its age… :(

    • Joe

      My HD7 is still lively :)    Homebrew is key to make the wrinkles disapear.

    • OMG55

      Everyone is complaining about Nokia, but only the radar has hit for HTC (No Titan) and nothing from Samsung yet either, so all of them are procrastinating.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jairo-Luciano-Alves/100002545369889 Jairo Luciano Alves

      the Titan is already selling in Brazil.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      The US will get a device this year.

    • Gwapo

      Oh no!!!! I want it next month!!! I still have my Nokia 3230!!!!

  • Joe

    Ummm… The 800 says it has a MicroSD slot?!?!?!?!?!!?? Holy bejeezus that’s huge!!!!!

    • http://www.facebook.com/aerosmillie David Smillie

      ummmmmmm it says NO mSD slot

  • http://twitter.com/ikethepike Isaac Kuehnle Nelson

    Remember those old ads, that showed a phone with the green back? THAT probably was the 710! Makes sense as the back covers were allegedly interchangeable

  • Anonymous

    More disappointment, I’m gonna get an iPhone 4S now.

    • Anonymous

      Wait, Ace has not shown up yet

    • OMG55

      It has on wpcentral and has great speaks with 16-32GB versions available

    • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

      What makes that any better?

    • Anonymous

      Well, unless you’re in Europe, these devices wouldn’t be available to you anyway.

      I really think that Nokia will use these devices as a gauge to determine what they need to improve upon for the U.S. release of their devices in 2012 i.e. storage, screen size, etc.

    • Robin Ashe

      Quite possible. Release to a friendly market, get feedback. The only thing is, I don’t think 3 months is much time for them to change anything, except perhaps internal specs.

    • Anonymous

      i’m ready to go that route, too. waiting for WP7 for Verizon is like waiting for a meteor to fall out of the sky and land in front of you.

    • OMG55

      “Fair Weather Fan” See you too! its rediculous for you to abandon a great OS because your carrier won’t adequately support it. I would switch to ATT or T-Mo, but that’s just me. And everyone who talks bad about ATT, here in Texas I’ve only had dropped calls a hand full of times since ATT bought Cellular-One. And they redeemed themselves with the Mango update on my Samsung focus

    • Guest

      Like that was ever in doubt, shill.

    • OMG55

      “See Ya”

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KTAHVKS2RNDWTQPHQEJALLRNEQ Adam Paris

      Ah yes, go to your iGet fucked.

    • Robin Ashe

      You must be a masochist, choosing a disappointing phone like the 4S, instead of the Motorola RAZR (which is only the second Android phone to really catch my interest)

  • http://www.facebook.com/ben.joynes Ben Joynes

    Now those are some beautiful looking phones, I was worried for a little while they’d release bland plastic phones that blended in with the others.

  • Anonymous

    Oh look, after a year of development Nokia will show 2 excisting phones, the N9 and the 603, running WP.

    It will be disappointing if these are the only 2 devices, I hope Nokia has another phone for tomorrow

    • Joe

      Lol. Android has ruined phone development for companies. WP doesn’t need 4000 devices every year by every manufacturer in order to stay competitive. Android does because it’s a slow OS which requires faster hardwhere wherever they can get it. I’ll take Windows Phones quality design in just a few handsets over 4000 crappily designed pieces of hardware with maybe 1 or 2 gems.

    • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

      February to October is not a year, perhaps you’re thinking of another Nokia from a parallel universe where 9 months is equal to 1 earth year?

  • http://twitter.com/abhi1manyu Abhimanyu Jamwal

    While the biggest plus of a Nokia device is its solid design, durability and the amazing battery life it gives on its phones. The camera is as usual, perfect for a phone and the service Nokia can provide in countries where it really rules the roost, like in India. I would sell my HD7 as soon as i see the complete lineup and decide on which one i need :)

    • Robin Ashe

      Amazing battery life? You must have been lucky. Battery life is hit and miss with Nokia. My E62 was excellent, but the N95 was crap for battery life.

  • Anonymous

    Disappointing !!

    • http://twitter.com/janespoon1 janespoon

      Kind of decent specs

  • Anonymous

    OMG I’m so fucking excited. I love Microsoft so much!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JWXP6OPFOL64VDKK3HGWX2QBNY Super Fast

    not interested! The Asians are much better in making hardware. [no im not asian.]

    • Robin Ashe

      They make the hardware either way (Foxconn, Compal, etc), but designing hardware is something they’re a bit lacking on. Excellent skills but no imagination.

  • http://josedmorales.net Josè Daniel

    So why taking a picture at that angle?! :/

  • Jlott069

    no thanks. Those are cute, but I’m waiting until another WP device with a physical keyboard is released like the quantum I am currently using. Preferably from LG again. As much as I sideload, unlocking through mfg is invaluable.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2WNLCWLJUCZ3WEHQUXJOVWISBA Wizard

    I am just thinking, using which phone did someone take a pic of these phones, whichever phone it was, the camera is not good :P, I guess it must be one of those Android ones.

  • http://www.mainstreetchatham.com/ JimmyFal

    I’m actually looking forward to seeing the level of excitement that is generated in Europe for these phones and the OS. Even though I can’t get my grubby geek infested hands on one (wonder if I can get it shipped here and if my SIM card will work?), I am still psyched to get this awesome OS kickstarted.

    • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

      Don’t think Qualcomm chips support pentaband otherwise importing would be a no-brainer. Also need a micro-SIM but that can be fixed manually. Maybe they’ll surprise us cos I don’t like the idea of only being able to get one through a carrier in the US.

  • Scooter224

    Are those specs fakes too??? Come on, what company would describe in their specs, what their product DOES NOT have (no micro SD Slot)
    I believe that there will be no micro SD slot, but until tomorrow i won’t believe any “leaks”.

    • Robin Ashe

      Those specs are in line with everything else that’s been leaked. These likely aren’t ad pieces as much as they are for the tech press, in which case they’re answering the questions people will for sure ask.

  • Anonymous

    I like the 800, to bad i cant get any of the mango phones, am using a bb currently and am upgrading to bb 9900 i use bb only because all my friends are on bbm

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KTAHVKS2RNDWTQPHQEJALLRNEQ Adam Paris

      Haha, nobody wants BB anymore. Trust me within one year, BB is nowhere to be found.

    • http://twitter.com/zeduffman Luke

      I don’t see the need to upgrade if all you use it for is BBM.

  • Anonymous

    this is FAKE.. The “No SD slot” gives it out

    • http://twitter.com/zeduffman Luke

      Why would anyone add it to a fake? 

      It could be a guide for the people showing off the phones tomorrow. They need to know what’s not on it as well as what is.

    • Anonymous

      Anyone could have made this, printed it out and send it out to cause without mischief…. Companies don’t wast time stating things they don’t have as a specification 

    • OMG55

      They wouldn’t put it on the advertisement though. That’s gets answered when the question comes up. All presentation are pre-rehearsed

  • Whiterhino14

    Just what I’ve always wanted. Something as annoying and un useable as windows in the form of a cell phone. I wonder how many pop ups you will have to wade through to dail a phone number.
    Are you sure you want to dial this #? Windows needs the adminstrators permission to make this call? Windows cannot verify this # do you still want to dial it?
    Can’t wait. Lol.

    • Moirako

      seriously?

    • http://profiles.google.com/jdax3041 James Matthews

      Troll harder next time.  That was lame.

    • Whiterhino14

      If everyone who doesn’t like windows is a troll then yes I guess I am. Don’t take the tv ads so seriously. No, windows wasn’t your idea. Get over it!

    • Guest

      You’re dumb. No dut abut it, eh?

    • Guest

      id·i·ot/ˈidēət/
      Noun:A stupid person.
      A mentally handicapped person.See: http://disqus.com/guest/29fa8968f755318bed99c518757b20ec/

    • Whiterhino14

      If you want to know what stupid looks like see if you can pull your head out of Bill Gates ass and find a yourself a mirror. Hey look, there you are.

    • Anonymous

      God, that is too funny.  Where do you come up with zingers like that, man?  You are absolutely the cleverest guy here.

    • Ohtheirony

      It’s kind of funny having an annoying troll pop up to complain about annoying pop ups.

    • Whiterhino14

      Thank god Microsoft has all of you here to defend it. Where would Bill be without people like you?
      Honestly, do you own shares or something? If someone doesn’t like what you like they are trolls. How sad.

    • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

      Maybe if you actually knew what you were talking about, and not equating Windows on a PC to Windows Phone 7 which is completely different you might be taken seriously. As it is, you are either completely ignorant about WP7 (doubtful) or obviously trolling. Either way, may be an idea to do some research into how smooth, fast and stable WP7 really is before making irrelevant statements.

    • Guest

      Bill? You’re kind of dating yourself, shill. Bill hasn’t been a big part of MS in years. If you’re going to troll, at least stay current.

    • Anonymous

      Have you even tried using WP7 before making an idiotic comment like that…what an idiot!

  • http://twitter.com/laserfloyd Lewis McCrary

    I know we won’t get a Nokia here in the US until next year but if we did, I’d be first in line.  Wife is upgrading her phone and not sure if we can wait 2… 3… or more months. :P

  • http://cobases.com Michael Cobases

    I am really much looking forward to first hands on videos as well as some reviews because this could be really interesting release due to fact we have waited for it for a long time now 

  • Guest

    Although I am a big fan of mango, I am sadly predicting that these Nokia phone won’t be selling well.

    • http://profiles.google.com/jdax3041 James Matthews

      I disagree.  In Europe so far as know, you’ll have the Titan high end, the Omnia W and Nokia 800 mid to high end and the Radar and Nokia 710 low to mid.  Besides the Titan I’d have to say that the Nokia 800 would be the most desirable of the group.  As for the 710 it will likely be the cheapest of the group.  I’d say Nokia has a win on thier hands.

    • http://twitter.com/lpas0 Loïc

      I don’t think that only 1 high end phone is enough for WP… And can we say that the Titan is high end, with only 16GB of storage ? I understand that not everybody needs more than 16GB, but why do not make options like the iPhone ? Say the Nokia 800 available with 8, 16 and 32G ? Or at least 16 and 32 ? I don’t know what you do with your phone, but on my LG Optimus 7, the 16GB (real 14.9) are almost all used…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5G6VXQSCDKRIHWEAOP2KYQ5GCE Brandon

    This is obviously FAKE:

    1.  “Weight with battery”.   What?  This
    phone is not expected to have a removable battery, so it’s pointless to
    add “with battery”.
    2.  “Volume…”.  This is an irrelevant stat, and would never be listed second.
    3.  “no micro SD card slot”.  The product page would never mention what features the phone doesn’t have.

  • http://www.gamerelatedblog.com/ StriderNo9

    I just want something different, everything the other OEMs release are just rehashes.

  • Battle Geek

    Its true that there are quite a few people who are holding out waiting for Nokia to launch their handsets. Especially one’s that dont like Apples and Droids and would prefer a Mango. The Lumia whoch does look like the N9 is especially quite good looking and will get into the ultimate christmas smartphone line up. Cant wait.
    http://www.gadgetrophy.com/2011/10/ultimate-smartphones-for-christmas-2011.html

  • Lusmuasskisser

    Funny to see that the folks at WinRumors aren’t keeping up. At least the Lumia 710 is to be released within a few days as Nokia 701 and operating on Symbian Belle platform. It’s really just an upgraded version of E7. Source of information: today’s training for new Nokia phones in Finland, where we as an operator carry 8 different Nokia phones (soon to be 9 then). Don’t know the story behind the other one but it sure as hell looks like the N9 16 GB Black and it’s specs (sizewise, can’t really make out the rest) are the same as the N9 16 GB Black’s. There.

  • Anonymous

    http://www.neowin.net/news/nokia-lumia-800-gets-benchmarked-rasies-many-questions

    Amazing how smooth WP7 runs on the worst hardware out there. Imagine the new IE10 JS engine combined with beastly hardware and WP8 is gonna be TOO smooth!

  • Johnny B

    Both of those phones look great.  I will buy the one with the larger screen when it is available in the U.S.

  • Extra Account

    No Front Facing Cam = No Deal!

    WTF! If these dont have FFC there is ZERO reason to upgrade from my Focus (which has expandable storage)

  • Anonymous

    I’ll take 11 of them the minute they are out … 

    - Kyle Dziedzina

  • http://twitter.com/WordsAndDollars Radu Tyrsina

    There are a lot of advantages that the Lumia family has over Android and even iPhone, all advantages are enlisted in this article http://www.maindevice.com/2011/10/27/6-advantages-that-nokia-lumia-asha-have-over-iphone-and-android/. The idea is that Nokia is back, people and you should keep your money away from the iphone 4s…

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