Nokia have today unveiled their new range of Windows based devices including the high end Lumia 800 and budget Lumia 710.
The Lumia 800 is Nokia's Flagship Windows 7.5 Mango device and will initially be available in black. The handset comes with a Single Core 1.4GHz processor and as you would expect of a Nokia device, Carl Zeiss optics. The AMOLED screen is 3.7" in size whilst it has 16GB Internal Memory and 512MB RAM weighing in at 142g. The device will be released in the UK on 16th November
The Lumia 710, also a Windows 7.5 Mango device, actually has the same 1.4GHz processor as it's bigger brother whilst also having the same RAM. Where the handset differs is the quality in the camera optics. The device has a clear black 3.7" display however sports fans will love the ESPN application specifically for Windows devices. The device will be available in January 2012.