Nokia Windows Phone featured in Metro newspaper

This image says a thousand words, or just two: "We're back!" Nokia has been hard at work with this year's World conference (opens in new tab) in London. Yesterday we witnessed the unveiling of the Nokia 710 and 800 along with pricing and availability. While many may be unimpressed and somewhat disappointed by what Nokia has brought to the table, there's no denying that the handsets are of good quality.

Thanks @hshalil (opens in new tab) for sending the image in!

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • Well it's a start... Glad people are giving Nokia and windows a chance. Lets see how far it goes. I won't be getting a Nokia phone until I can purchase a 4.3 or larger screen and a better looking device. The phones looks kidish.. as well as the 800. HTC does well with good looking products. So Nokia please provide TMobile with a 4.7 metallic unibody black and gray phone that has a front facing camera. That's how you fell off before, cheap plastic colorful kiddie phones.
  • Looks like the main difference between Nokia phones and the rest of OEM's phones would be in amount of marketing - which is good as WP needs more decent marketing!
  • The 800 would have looked better but it's a start!
  • I'm just really loving the press coverage of Nokia and Windows Phone. Already signed up for my upgrade to Lumia 800 on Orange!
  • I look forward to the day when the Windows Phone community doesn't celebrate one of their phones appearing in a newspaper article. We need to look beyond that.