News of Nokia and Windows partnership is nothing new, but now the two are finally unveiling the Nokia Lumia 800 as the result of their new-found relationship.
Nokia's always been fairly good with cell phones, but they've been in need of an upgrade, especially since smartphones started popping out. The overall design of the Nokia Lumia 800 is pretty cool with a large touchscreen that's slightly larger than the iPhone 4S. It is a little thicker than Apple's mobile, but it still maintains a slim-fit look. As for the specs, it utilizes Windows Phone 7.5 Mango software, 16GB internal storage, 8 megapixel Carl Zeiss optics camera, Wi-Fi and all the other standard smartphone features.
So far the Nokia Lumia 800 is looking impressive, and if Nokia plays its cards right, they could be a contender against other smartphones on the market.