Nokia Lumia 800 hardware specifications


Here’s the full detailed hardware specifications of the Nokia Lumia 800. If the whole thing is correct (won’t be surprised if it isn’t) then you’ll be happy to know that it will use a Micro-Sim like the Nokia N9, have a TV-Out feature (how? cause WP7 doesn’t officially support such feature other than the dodgy TV-out one used for onscreen demonstration during keynotes) and support USB Mass Storage (again..WP7 doesn’t officially support that so something is fishy here…). Check it out after the break:

UPDATE: Looks like I was right…TV-Out and USB Mass Storage support have be removed from the official feature list…Oh and there apparently no Gyroscope…


- SoC: Qualcomm MSM8255 1.4Ghz
- Data bearer

  • WCDMA
  • EDGE Class B
  • GPRS Class B
  • HSUPA Cat6 5.76 Mbps
  • HSDPA Cat10 14.4 Mbps
  • WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
  • Dual Transfer Mode (MSC 32)

- Operating band

  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • GSM 1800
  • GSM 1900
  • WCDMA Band V (850)
  • WCDMA Band I (2100)
  • WCDMA Band II (1900)
  • WCDMA Band VIII (900)

- Local connectivity

  • WiFi
  • Micro USB
  • USB Mass Storage
  • Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR
  • USB 2.0 High-Speed
  • 3.5mm AHJ Connector
  • Bluetooth Stereo Audio

- 512Mb Ram
- 16Gb or Internal Storage
- Display 3.7″ ClearBlack AMOLED WVGA display
- Primary camera sensor size : 8 megapixels
- Camera resolution:  3984 x 2992 pixels
- Camera F number/aperture : 2.2
- Camera digital zoom: 3x
- Camera minimum focus range: 10 cm
- Camera focal length: 28.0 mm
- Camera features:

  • Flash
  • Geotagging
  • Touch Focus
  • Dual LED flash
  • Face Detection
  • Carl Zeiss Optics
  • Red-eye reduction
  • Still image Editor
  • Continuous Auto Focus
  • Exposure Compensation
  • Full screen viewfinder
  • Auto and Manual Exposure
  • Auto and Manual White Balance
  • Automatic Motion Blur Reduction

Camera video resolution: 1280×720
Camera video frame rate: 30fps

Camera video zoom: 3 x
- Video features:

  • Video player
  • Video recorder
  • Video streaming
  • Video Stabilisation

- Audio features

  • FM Radio
  • Music player
  • Audio Streaming
  • Dolby Headphone
  • Bluetooth Stereo
  • Handsfree Speaker
  • Dolby Digital Plus
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Audio Recording AAC stereo, 48kHz

- Extra features:

  • TV out
  • Micro SIM
  • Nokia Maps
  • Bing Maps
  • Flight Mode
  • Nokia Drive
  • Nokia Music
  • Nokia Store
  • 2 Microphones
  • Microsoft Lync
  • 3D Accelerometer
  • Proximity sensor
  • Magnetometer Sensor
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Nokia Contacts Transfer

- Height 116.5 mm Width 61.2 mm Thickness 12.1 mm
- Weight 142 g
- Volume 76 cc
- Maximum 3G talk time: 9.5 h
- Maximum 3G standby time: 335 h
- Maximum music playback time: 55 h
- Maximum video playback time: 7 h

- Sales Package:

  • Nokia Stereo Headset WH-902
  • Nokia Fast USB Charger AC-16
  • Soft cover, color match to phone
  • Nokia Charging and Data Cable CA-185CD
  • Ccmd_232

    Any news/confirmation if there is a Front-Facing Camera?

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    There’s no front facing camera on the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.

  • Ccmd_232

    Oouch!

  • http://twitter.com/Johannespreekt Johannespreekt

    What a big dissapointment the Lumia 800!!!

    No Front Facing camera
    No NFC
    No FM-transmitter
    No 32mb or 64mb versions
    No 4inch or bigger screens

    Windows Phone is nice software but the hardware is still not comparable with the hardware on other platforms! It doesn’t beet the Galaxy SII not in hardware and not in price €418 for the Galaxy SII incl VAT! And you can’t even say it is an improvement over the iPhone 4S, it can maybe compete with the iPhone 4S but will not beat it!!!

    Conclusion WP hardware still keeps behind in comparison with other platforms!!!

    And now…should I go for the Titan……………………     

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    Are you in Eu or US? If you are in the US go for the Focus S. It you are in EU the Titan is the best option until Samsung announces a EU version of the Focus S.

  • Ccmd_232

    I think I’ll go for the Focus S, can’t let go the SAMOLED!

  • Anonymous

    Hi MobileTechWorld have you been on Nokia World and looked at the Lumia 800? Im anxious about the AMOLED CBD With PenTile layout. Does it look similar to the Omnia 7, or does it look better? It should have slightly higher ppi due to the 3.7inch display. For me the Omnia 7 had a little too much PenTile effects, I couldnt get used to the smal red dots and jaggines, so I eventually returned the phone. Hopefully they have improved the technology by now, because I really want the Lumia, it looks astonishing! Argh I hated the PenTile technology, its a shame they cannot leave that misstep behind…

  • BucksterMcgee

    And gyro either. Sigh. Well I hope the Samsung Focus S comes soon, this Nokia stuff hasn’t brought what I’ve been looking for. : /

  • Anonymous

    With the recent announcement that Zune HD is dead and that Microsoft is looking to Windows Phone to take over music player duties, they sure aren’t giving us anything to work with in terms of internal storage.  16Gb isn’t much after the OS and installing the standard assortment of games/apps.  I guess I’ll have to wait for WP8.

  • Anonymous

    All the hype, all the buildup……. you got your Tango, you got your Mango, but the hardware is a Nogo. But hey, it all should be ready by say the next holiday season, what? version X while everyone else is delivering X+6? I still say, should have made the Zune HD into a phone minus that proprietary interface.

  • Soosan

    Or just get the Nokia because:
    1. you probably never used a ffc and won’t for the coming years
    2. It’s insanely sexy
    3. You need al this storage for music, and probably won’t listen to FM radio (or perhaps via internetradio?)

    That sounded like bashing, but perhaps I’m just old fashioned and can’t see the need for these things.

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com MobileTechWorld

    Hi,
    Unfortunately I wasn’t at Nokia World but based on what I’m seeing in the videos shown since yesterday the display is exactly the same as the one on the Samsung Focus Flash/Omnia W. So the PPI will be slightly higher than on the Focus/Omnia/Galaxy Sbtu you will still notice the Pentile maxtrix if you are looking for it. Itwill def be better than on a 43 screen though. Unfortunately the best panel out there is the SAMOLED+ (RGB matrix) on the Galaxy SII and Focus S and exclusive to Sammy right now.