After considering the battery issue persisted with some Lumia 800 owners, Nokia has released an official statement regarding this issue which actually tells that they at Nokia admittedly have identified the problem which was spotted, not at many, but at a limited sets of Lumia 800's which can easily be fixed via next software update. Or if you don't want to wait, Nokia can arrange for a replacement phone.
Nokia official has announced the that the latest software update for Nokia Lumia 800 has started rolling out with the several improvements including voice mail notification improvements, charging improvements, replying to mail improvement, improved display switching and improved audio quality.
So you are one the users who own a Windows Phone? then you are about to get Xbox Companion app for your Windows Phone this Tuesday, Dec. 6. With Xbox Companion app you can learn more details about the movie, TV show, music or game that is playing on your console. You can also get friend activity (friends online, friends with beacons, friends who have recently played), achievements and related items. And December 6th is just a day next. The wait will not be longer than a day.
Do you remember the recent accidental appearance of an unknown/unannounced Nokia's Windows Phone in the video published by NokiaDevForum? That was supposed or considered to be Nokia 900 or Nokia Ace leaked last month, but when the images of such an unknown device started to get noticed and spread over the blogosphere, NokiaDevForum pulled the video and set it to private. It was just a matter of time that NokiaDevForum did a really very unexpected thing by uploading the same video again but this time the device in the video is not that what we saw earlier. Now it's Nokia Lumia 800 in the video.
Following the traditions, at Nokia, the company plans to give away recently launched its Windows Phones Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 to the developers (under some clauses). Nokia, as announced about the device seeding plan during Nokia World event, has now announced the details about that seeding plan. According to that 25,000 Windows Phone devices of Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 will be delivered to the developers around the world.
Sports Tracker didn't announce the most popular healthcare smartphone app only for MeeGo recently but a version for Windows Phone is also near. The development is going on and developers believe that Windows Phone edition will be out and available for users in November.
I wonder if anyone there knowing MeeGo/Harmattan based Nokia N9 and also knowing recently launched Lumia 800 powered by Windows Phone 7.5, isn't familiar with the similarities between both. Other than a few soft buttons/keys and a hardware camera key there is hardly a difference of a bit of size between both. But there sure is a big difference packed inside them. Both of the devices are running on completely different track, Lumia 800 with Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.5 OS while N9 is the only standing device from Nokia running MeeGo/Harmattan OS.
Today Nokia has announced its very first two Windows Phone OS based devices, Lumia 800 (the high-end smartphone) and Lumia 710 (an affordable smartphone). Well this has always been the main strategy of Nokia to launch new devices to reach every type of customers taking from budget devices to the high-end device. Which actually is a good thing to make more of its fans/customers happy with the latest devices. Same goes with these new Windows Phone devices, the Nokia Lumia 800 is costly with more impression to its build quality and on the other hand Nokia Lumia 710 is an affordable device with a bit lower quality materiel used to make it less expensive - Not actually that lower quality at all but lower than Lumia 800. The hardware in both device are much identical at some places.