Nokia,the most user friendly mobile meets the most user friendly OS, Windows. When the whole world is moving in one direction, towards all the Android updates or the Siri usage, Nokia was never seemed to move out of the Symbian OS. And now finally Nokia has spread its territory to conquer Windows too. It has actually been very clear that Nokia wants to promote WP7 as it hasn’t provided any software support to the awesome Nokia N9.So what exactly happens when these two worlds meet?They have given us two seemingly classic offspring ..the Lumia 800 (N9 look alike) and the Lumia 710
Nokia Windows Phones
Nokia Lumia 800
This twin brother of N9 is powered by a Snapdragon chipset with a single-core Scorpion CPU and 512MB of RAM, the Nokia Lumia 800 runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. It offers 16GB of built-in storage and if that’s not enough, Microsoft will also give you 25GB of free cloud storage.
The display of the Lumia 800 is a 3.7″ ClearBack AMOLED, which is a bit smaller than the Nokia N9′s and just its brother this Windows Phone 7 smartphone will operate on a micro-SIM card.
A lot of effort has been made to customize the Windows Phone platform. You now get much more interactive and informative Live Tiles .Lumia 800 also features Nokia Drive, which is the first voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation on a Windows Phone device.The Lumia 800 is equipped with a 8 MP with the Carl Zeiss lens (Wohoooo..) for a photo experience beyond par.You can get this Lumia in Blue, Magenta and ofcourse Black.
Nokia Lumia 710
The Lumia 710 is very similar to the Lumia 800 on the inside – the same 1.4GHz single-core processor,the same 512 MB of RAM ,the same-sized 3.7″ WVGA display with a ClearBlack tehcnology, but it’s a TFT one, not AMOLED.Whereas what really makes the difference is the camera of the Lumia 710, a 5MP auto-focus one with a single LED flash. As connectivity goes, this WP7 smartphone offers Wi-Fi 801.2 b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1. A-GPS, 3.5mm headphone jack and a micro-USB connector round-off the package.The Lumia 710 will come with interchangeable back covers, helping you match the color of your Windows Phone tiles.
Both the Lumias will hit the stores by November. We’ll have to grab one ourselves to experience the heights of user-friendlines these mobiles have reached. And shockingly,Nokia has not announced its Nokia 900 .. even in its recently held event. Sad