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From the WPCentral Forums...Nokia edition!

It's been a busy day, so in response the “Nokia” forums are up as we know you want to talk about the great new hardware that has hit the streets today at Nokia world. Join us in the “Nokia Lumia 710 forums” and the “Nokia Lumia 800 forums” respectively as we are all sharing the uniqueness that is Nokia. 

Buy there's lots of new hardware coming out for Windows Phone, so if you get tired of talking Nokia, stop in at the “HTC Titan and Radar” forums. And don’t forget the new “Samsung Focus and Samsung Flash” for AT&T, as we have forums up for those as well!

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Daniel Rubino
Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

4 Comments
  • Seems like the sentiment is "Yay, this phone has it all, except a bigger screen, enough memory, or a front facing camera."
  • I would like to hear something, anything about sprint and or verizon. I wish someone would make a high end device for sprint. I have been waiting for a year for a top of the line.
  • I hope tomorrow they show a lumia 900 with 4.3" screen nfc front facing camera and more memory.also a mode like the E7 would be nice
  • I have to say that the Lumia 800 is a very good looking phone. I really like what Nokia brought to the table with Maps and Music. I was dissatisfied with the phones specs. I know that WP7 runs great on present phones but I guess I was expecting something a little more powerful and some new innovative hardware. Not having a front facing camera is probably one of the biggest letdowns. Don't get me wrong, I would trade my HD7 in a hart beat for the 800. I just think in this market you really need to push the envelope. I'm hoping that Nokia’s next phone comes with a bigger screen, FF camera and 1080 video recording to name a few. I guess my theory is if you want to gain market share the product not only has to have great software but great hardware to match.