Nokia Lumia 800
The Nokia Lumia 800 is the first smartphone to feature Mango – the latest iteration of Windows Phone. It's a landmark handset in Nokia's history, at a time where the Finnish company needs a successful smartphone.
Let's cut to the point: The Nokia Lumia 800 is arguably the best Nokia smartphone we've ever seen. It features the same amazing design as the Nokia N9, with a uni-body design that matches the Apple iPhone 4S for design and quality – and it also features a stunning bright, colourful and sharp screen.
The 3.7-inch display gets Nokia's CBD (ClearBlack Display) technology to boost colour reproduction, and the 480 x 800 pixel resolution is more than sharp enough to make videos or web browsing a worthwhile experience.
It's the Mango operating system that's the star of the show, however, proving contemporary and stylish enough to knock Apple and Android off their perches – at least in design and usability terms.
It's a particularly fast smartphone to use, with responsive and intuitive menus, and each of the 'tiles' are large and finger friendly. It's also easy to set up the Nokia Lumia 800 to suit your needs.
The 8-megapixel camera is excellent, using Carl Zeiss opting to help produce detailed and clear photographs. As with the Nokia N8, you'll be able to shoot images that can actually be used for more than just Facebook.
It's not all good, however. The biggest problem with the Nokia Lumia 800 is the lack of applications for the Windows Phone operating system. It's getting better all the time, granted, but it's still not a patch on Android or iOS.