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Nokia Lumia 800: Microsofts och Nokias fullträff i test
Vi vågar påstå att detta är en av de absolut mest intressanta, snygga och fördelaktiga Windows Phone-modellerna ute på marknaden just nu. Priset till trots är det en fantastisk telefon som kombinerar Microsofts nytänk med Nokias fantastiska hårdvara.
Nokia Lumia 800 review
- Quality design
- Clever interface
- Speedy browser
- Intuitive contact linking
- Xbox integration
- Internet text display dodgy at times
- No Flash video
- Zune player takes ages to copy video across
- Video recording not impressive
- Battery issues still prevail
Although we had our doubts during initial familiarisation with the Nokia WP7 environment, the transition from the Symbian environment will be much less painful than expected for those still entranced by the Nokia brand.In less than 48 hours we went from wanting to return to our old phones to not wanting to let go of this one. After four months with the Nokia Lumia 800 we still don't want to let it go, although we have had to accept some of its negatives to make the most of its positives.Whereas the start screen tiles initially felt a little unwieldy and wasteful of the display real estate, the reasoning behind the UI styling soon became apparent so that we realised it is all about simplicity and intuitiveness.Start screen icons are large to minimise the chances of incorrect icon selection. The phone dial pad screen only has what it really needs to make a call. The alphabetical apps list is the easiest way to find apps, since we all know our A-Z.We did note a number of issues with the review device, and while many have been rectified by software updates, some remained. The biggest stumbling block of these is the poor video capture and lack of zoom during recording, for which Nokia has promised a future Camera update.The result of our time with the Nokia Lumia 800 has left us wanting more. The big question you have to ask is: do you buy the Nokia Lumia 800 with WP Mango installed or do you wait to see what devices Nokia releases on the next and Nokia-influenced Windows Phone 8 devices late this year?We can't look at the phone as just a list of specs. It's the best Windows Phone device out there, but there is room for improvement. We said the same thing with the last crop of WP devices, and while we're happy to wait a little longer, we hope that we start seeing some Microsoft-fuelled superphones in the near future.Thanks to Orange for supplying our microSIM for our original review.
Nokia Lumia 800 review
Wired: Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, Sharp 3.7-inch touch screen, fastprocessor, 8MP camera with 720p HD video recording, Nokia MixRadio, Nokia Drive satnavTired: No expandable memory, no front-facing camera, Windows Marketplacelags well behind rivals
Nokia Lumia 800 review
- Excellent design
- Attractive display
- Brightest future of any recent Nokia phone
- No Internet Sharing
- Fiddly volume rocker and lock key
- No front-facing camera
Windows Phone provides a modern and attractive UI and the Lumia 800's hardware maintains Nokia's reputation for high build quality
The Lumia 800 is exactly what it looked like when it was first announced at Nokia World: it is an N9 running Windows Phone. Ironically, in moving from the wildly imaginative Harmattan to the more straight-laced Windows Phone OS, this smartphone has undergone the reverse of the transition Stephen Elop wants to see Nokia make. He wants the company to stop being known for unexciting reliability and to start inspiring greater emotional attachment in its users. The N9 was that irrationally loved device, and no matter how hard the Lumia 800 tries, it simply isn't as thrilling.For anyone still stuck on one of Nokia's Symbian devices, the 800 is an obvious upgrade. It lacks the N8's superb camera, but otherwise it easily trumps anything and everything in the company's recent portfolio. Windows Phone provides a modern and attractive user interface and the Lumia 800's hardware maintains Nokia's reputation for attention to detail and insistence on high build quality. The picture is less clear for those considering alternative Windows Phones, as the Lumia 800 actually falls behind by not including a front-facing camera or mobile hotspot capabilities. Choosing your favorite there will depend on how much you love the Lumia 800's sterling physical design and how much faith you place in Nokia's ability to execute on its ambitious plans for software differentiation. The Lumia 800 has the potential to be great, but today it's merely good.
- Design: 9/10
- Display: 9/10
- Camera(s): 7/10
- Reception / call quality: 8/10
- Performance: 8/10
- Software: 8/10
- Battery life: 7/10
- Ecosystem: 6/10
Nokia Lumia 800
- Windows Phone software is slick and fun to use; Free music streaming with Nokia's Mix Radio; Onboard navigation software; Stylish, sturdy design.
- Camera is pretty average; No microSD card slot; Lacks a front-facing camera; Not as many apps as Android or iPhone.
The Lumia 800 is a slick and engaging smart phone and its Windows Phone software has excellent social media integration. However, its camera isn't as good as we expected and we can't help but feel that there's better to come from Nokia on the Windows Phone front.
Windows Phone Mango i test: En rejäl skjuts för Microsoft
Windows Phone 7.5 är ett riktigt lyft för Microsoft. De etablerar sig nu som en riktig konkurrent även på den svenska marknaden och vi är mycket imponerade av utvecklingen. Att de har valt en något annorlunda lösning är någonting vi gillar, och om ett tag kommer förmodligen apputvecklarna haka på i större utsträckning och vi får se ännu bättre funktioner och lösningar. Microsoft är här för att stanna, och nu på ett helt annat och mer lovande sätt än med gamla sunkiga Windows Mobile.
Nokia Lumia 800 - A Beacon of Hope
- Free turn-by-turn navigation app, Nokia Drive , Attractive unibody design , Impressive colors and details from AMOLED display
- Low battery mileage , Smudge and fingerprint magnet , No option to tether internet from device
- Design:: 8.5
- Features:: 8.5
- User-Friendliness:: 8
- Performance:: 7
- Value:: 7.5
ConclusionIs the Nokia Lumia 800 the real Windows Phone that you've been waiting for? It's undeniable that the Lumia 800's unibody design, with its curved profile and convex display, certainly creates a head turning effect for many. It might be on the heavier side of things with its 142g weight, but it does provide users with a phone that's well built with a solid feel. The additional buttons, from the three standard shortcuts to a camera button on its right, have certainly changed a few things on the Lumia 800 when compared to the similar looking N9. A reduced 3.7-inch display, though using the same AMOLED technology and a WVGA resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, also meant a higher pixels per inch density for the Lumia 800. And that did put the Lumia 800 at an advantage over similar Windows Phone makers such as HTC, with images and videos that had richer colors and details on its 3.7-inch display. Feature-wise, Nokia definitely brought much more to the Windows Phone platform with its Nokia Drive app. The lure of free maps and turn-by-turn navigation, with fast GPS locking and accurate readings, are compelling reasons for Windows Phone users to consider the Lumia 800. Music lovers will also love the fact that you can purchase music off the Nokia Music Store, and it will no longer have the DRM restriction that locks downloaded music onto registered devices. Like all things, the Lumia 800 does have its Achilles Heel. The absence of wireless tethering, otherwise known as Internet Sharing on Windows Phone 7.5, created a disadvantage against similar devices on Google Android or Apple's iPhone that comes with it. If you prefer using speakers as the primary audio output, the Lumia 800 might disappoint you, not to mention it's located at an odd location that would most likely be muffled by your palms. Furthermore, its imaging performance did not live up to our expectations. This came as a surprise to us, given how the N9 did fare quite well on our imaging tests, but its Windows Phone cousin failed to do so on our test charts with its warm tinge and higher noise levels. Like all Windows Phone devices, the greatest downside comes from its battery life, with an average 4 hours and 19 minutes on our intensive battery test on its 1450mAh battery. Even when using the phone casually with a mix of activities, we found that it would last up to three-quarters of a day and not up to our expectations of one full day at least for modern smartphones. So if you do get the Lumia 800, be sure to have charging options at home and at work to ensure undisrupted use of the device. All things considered, the Windows Phone portfolio is quite limited, especially so in 2011. If you are keen to switch to the Windows Phone environment, the Lumia 800 is probably the most likely choice, other than the HTC Radar. The caveat that comes with the Lumia 800, is a S$775 price tag that's not too surprising for similar smartphones. However, if budget is of concern, the Finnish outfit will be introducing Windows Phone devices such as the Nokia Lumia 710 with a lower price tag at S$505.
Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone
- Fantastic design and build quality
- Slick and easy to use software
- Nokia Drive app
- No memory card slot
- Below average battery life
- Limited apps compared to rivals
ConclusionThe Nokia Lumia 800 may not be a better phone than some of its competitors, but it's the first Nokia phone that can at least offer a very good alternative. The Lumia 800 is easily the best Windows Phone on the market, combining a fantastic design with an excellent screen and very slick software.
Nokia Lumia 800 review
- Beautiful design, Amoled screen, free Nokia music and navigation apps, reasonable battery life
- No Adobe Flash support, no micro-SD card slot
ConclusionNokia's comeback is off to a good start with the Lumia 800. The high-end specifications and unique services help to make it the best Windows Phone handset available and a worthy alternative to Apple and Samsung devices.
Inget betygRecension av Nokia Lumia 800
Nokia Lumia 800 är en av de mest ?kompletta? telefoner jag någonsin har provat. När man sätter igång den för första gången behöver man inte göra någonting som man behöver göra med till exempel en Android, utan här är det bara att starta upp och köra igång. Du kommer dock till en punkt ganska snabbt där du känner att du kan telefonen utan och innan, vilket är både positivt och negativt. Denna känsla kan dock komma ifrån att apputbudet inte är det största vilket gör att operativsystemet inte kan nå samma kapacitet och variation som konkurrenter.
Inget betygNokia Lumia 800 Windows Mobile smartphone
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
- Quad-band 3G with 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.7 Mbps HSUPA support
- 3.7" 16M-color AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of 480 x 800 pixel resolution
- Scratch resistant Gorilla glass display with anti-glare polarizer
- 8 megapixel autofocus camera with dual LED flash, [email protected] video recording and fast f/2.2 lens
- Windows Phone 7.5 OS (Mango)
- 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset, 512MB of RAM
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- Non-painted polycarbonate unibody, curved screen
- GPS receiver with A-GPS support and free lifetime voice-guided navigation
- Digital compass
- 16GB on-board storage
- Active noise cancellation with a dedicated mic
- Built-in accelerometer and proximity sensor
- Standard 3.5 mm audio jack; FM Radio with RDS
- microUSB port
- Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and EDR
- Impressively deep and coherent SNS integration throughout the interface
- Display is much dimmer than the N9's display
- No Flash or Silverlight support in browser
- No USB mass storage (file management and sync pass only through Zune)
- No video calls and no front-facing camera either
- Non-user-replaceable battery
- No memory card slot (and no 64GB version like the N9)
- microSIM card slot
- No native DivX/XviD support, videos have to be transcoded by Zune
Inget betygNokia Lumia 800
- Genius, tactile design
- Mostly excellent build quality
- Brings out the best of Windows Phone
- AMOLED screen is great for general use
- Tethering and other advanced features are missing
- Phones on other platforms have better cameras and performance
This is an attractive option if you're a fan of Windows Phone and great design. It's far from perfect, though, and Nokia's best is yet to come.
Inget betygNokia Lumia 800 review
The Nokia Lumia 800 is by far one of the best looking Windows Phone 7 smartphones weâ€™ve seen so far, but its allure is diluted somewhat by its fuzzy PenTile matrix display and an unlocked price that puts it in the same territory as the iPhone 4S.
Inget betygNokia Lumia 800
Nokia have recently jumped off the Simbian bandwagon and joined forces with Microsoft. Here is their first offering together Nokias phone expertise and Microsofts mobile operating system when Windows 8 arrives on the PC it is rumoured to lot a lot like this.
Inget betygNokia Lumia 800
- AMOLED screen
- Nokia Drive
- Nokia Music
- No front facing camera
- No nfc
- No replaceable battery
Conclusion The Nokia Lumia 800 is far from perfect, but those niggles are just that, niggles.In future models we would like to see a front facing camera, NFC and we'd love a dock. We'd also like an improvement to the Micro USB flap to something more becoming of such a lovely device.However, get past those quibbles and the Nokia Lumia 800 is a lovely phone. It's a phone that will evoke fond memories, a phone that makes using your phone fun, and a phone that you will be keen to show off again and again.That’s mostly down to the screen, which is stunning. But it is also down to Window Phone 7, which seems to shine more here than it does on other Windows Phone 7-powered handsets.Get this and you will be deemed an agitator and not someone with just another iDevice or a big screened Android smartphone.Nokia is back.