The white version of the Lumia 800 is available for pre-order on Fnac.pt, unlocked for €549, and will be released on February 23rd. Nokia's latest colour features a glossy finish and packs a punch when it comes to resisting scratches/dents with a polycarbonate unibody that has been dyed all the way through.
While the pricing for the mid-level handset is pretty steep, it's a unique choice for anyone still waiting to upgrade from their current device.
Source: Fnac.pt; thanks, Joao, for the tip!
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Very nice looking color for this phone way better looking then any other phone what will they think of next?
I hope Apple dont copy the hardware idea
That's where I bought my Black one on launch day, got a 360 as a gift, which I then sold for 150, since I already have 2.
You can pre-order out of UK for a little over $100.00 cheaper. Still expensive as hell however.
I may have to pull the trigger on the one out of the UK. This is the only phone I want. Just no interest in the 900 models.
I would disagree that this is a mid level phone because of the OS that is lightyears ahead and the quality of a Nokia phone compared to Apple and Samsung. This is a high end phone. The 710 is mid level ...but you know that. No, we don't want Samsung or your HTC.
Mid level phone? Nokia quality is high end.
Such a high end Nokia phone as all Nokia are. Love this phone and Nokia so much better than the other brands.
Very nice. I think i will upgrade from omnia 7 to nokia lumia 900. but the price ist to high imho.
my threshhold for the pricetag is: lumia 800: 299€ lumia 900: 399€.
its a very very nice design, but the hardware is "only" middle class. (i know that windows phone is running smooth on it)
Can someone ban this wtdeuce dickhead?
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