New Nokia Lumia 800 with new free additions

Just announced at the recent Nokia World conference in London, the Finnish company Nokia have introduced a new handset into the mix, that of the new Lumia 800 and it impresses on first appearances.

Made up of polycarbonate with a 3.7-inch AMOLED display, the new Lumia 800 will be the first to release as a Windows Phone. Listing the specifications, the new Nokia brings with it a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, running on Mango OS, 16GB of internal memory, 512MB RAM, connectivity with WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1. What makes this phone stand out from competition is that of its 8 megapixel camera with the addition of f/2.2 Carl Zeiss lens and 720p video capture. Just this one feature allows you to take those all-important shots in even the lowest of lighting. Talk time, as pcworld.com stated, isn’t bad either with an expected 9.5 hours and up to 55 hours of music playback.

Included in the new Lumia 800 is the feature of “Nokia Drive.” This will allow turn-by-turn voice navigation, with extra add-ons of Nokia Music and Sports Hub. Users to the new Nokia will enjoy accessing music without the hassle of entering a signup, login or password. Sports Hub on the other hand, features content from ESPN allowing you to follow your favorite sports team, league, scores or just general information, oh and we have to add all three are free.

From the Nokia event, it still hasn’t been made official as to when the new Nokia Lumia 800 will arrive stateside, but its price is reported to be in the region of $584 €420 in colors Black, Magenta and Cyan.

Other countries such as the UK, Spain, France, Germany and so on will all be retailing the phone from November, with pre-orders being taken already on Nokia’s site here.

Does the new Lumia 800 get the thumbs up from you?