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Nokia Lumia 800 camera
The Lumia 800, described by chief executive Stephen Elop as Nokia's new flagship device, has the better specifications of the two. It will launch in the UK in November with a price tag of €420 (£367).
It combines the usual smartphone staples of Wi-Fi, HSDPA connectivity GPS and Bluetooth with a 3.7-inch Amoled display. On the rear of the phone is an 8-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, capable of capturing HD video. Internal storage is limited to 16GB as standard and cannot be expanded, as there is no microSD slot. The device also has a fixed rear panel, meaning owners cannot change the battery themselves.
The touchscreen display performed particularly well in the limited hands-on tests ZDNet UK conducted. Similarly, the device did not show any signs of lag when opening or closing apps, indicating that the processor has enough heft to smoothly run the Mango operating system.
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