Nokia Lumia 800 Black Now In Stock

We now have the Nokia Lumia 800 Black SIM-free in stock at Clove Technology. The first handset from the Nokia/Microsoft partnership has been a huge talking point as of late as it looks to mount a challenge on the smartphone space that is currently being dominated by Android and iOS.

We will be shipping outstanding Lumia orders today and have stock available for anyone that would like to place an order. We’ll be firing one up shortly to see how it squares up to the range of Android and BlackBerry handsets that we currently have on offer. In case you don’t know already, here’s a look at the Lumia’s main features and intro vid:

  • Windows Phone Mango 7.5
  • 1.4GHz Processor
  • Slim Unibody Design
  • 16GB Internal Storage & 25GB free Drop Box Storage
  • 8MP Camera with auto-focus, LED Flash, Carl Zeiss Lens
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G
  • Nokia Music, Nokia Drive & Nokia Pulse
  • XBOX Live, Zune, Microsoft Office & Outlook Mobile
  • 116.5 mm x 61.2 mm x 12.1 mm
  • 142 g

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Comments

  1. Hello.

    Can you please confirm the Nokia Lumia 800 only accepts a micro-sim card?

    Another phone to add to the list where you have to get rid of your original sim card! Not best pleased with this practise!

    I look forward to your reply.

  2. Michael Prince says:

    John,

    I don’t work for Clove, but I am 99% sure you need a micro-sim.

    I wasn’t impressed when we went to mini-usb, then micro … but now I m fine with it and it helps to make the devices smaller. Years ago the SIM card needed to be that big .. but technology has progressed, we should embrace it and encourage other companies to follow suit.

  3. It only accepts microSIM cards.