Several weeks of leaks and speculation on which Nokia’s inaugural Window Phone 7 mobile phones would seem like didn’t dissatisfy at Nokia World working in london. The flagship Lumia 800 (codenamed “Sea Ray”) will get the bold look from the N9 and runs Mango instead of MeeGo, as the Lumia 710 (codenamed “Sabre”) may be the budget Nokia WP7 with similar perks because the 800.
Free perks which are bundled up with both Lumias were the actual surprises today as the majority of their specs and photos happen to be well leaked in front of Nokia’s official announcement.
Lumia 800 and 710 proprietors can get to savor these free applications and services out-of-box: the turn-by-turn voice aided navigational service Nokia Drive, Nokia Music’s MixRadio streaming application to uncover local music all over the world, and also the ESPN Sports Hub for that latest news, stats and highlight reels. As WP7 products, both phones will even include 25 GB of free SkyDrive cloud-based storage from Home windows. Nokia also taunted that Ea and Sesame Street have registered to become application partners but wouldn’t reveal anymore particulars than that.
Not surprisingly, neither of those phones is going to be visiting America until early 2012 despite the fact that they will be ready to ship from Nokia’s Finnish factory towards the U.K., France, Germany, Italia, holland and The country this November. Hong Kong, Taiwan, Russia, Singapore and India will be receiving both phones prior to the finish of 2011. The Lumia 800 is listed at 420 Euro, that is roughly $585 USD, as the Lumia 710 is a lot more affordable at 270 Euro or $376 USD. You are able to pre-order the Lumia 800 on Nokia.com immediately. Nokia Leader and Boss Stephen Elop suggested that the LTE/CDMA version might be coming for particular marketplaces so a variant might be visiting Verizon based on CNET. Nokia’s pr release also lists T-Mobile United kingdom like a company so it’s possible its American counterpart could carry these Nokia phones within the U. S.
Source: Nokia press release, Nokia World webcast, Nokia.co.uk, Nokia.co.uk, CNET]