The collaboration between Microsoft and Nokia is anything but a secret. Nokia has decided to support the new operating system as its way of handling their dwindling market share to phones with rival mobile OS, the Android and iOS. The early result of this is the Nokia Lumia 800.
At an early glance, users may mistake this with the N9, another flagship model of Nokia based on Meego but although it looks the same, the internal component is nothing like it. It has a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen. It sports a 1.4 GHz single-core Qualcomm processor with 512MB on-board RAM and also has a 16GB storage capacity as opposed with the N9 64GB storage capacity. In some cases, the N9 has better specs than the Lumia 800 but then again, it all depends on the stability of the OS.
Like most WP7 mobile phones, there is little to no glitches on the Nokia Lumia 800 thanks to the strict requirement imposed by Microsoft. The phone runs nicely and eloquently thanks to its AMOLED display. Nokia first start on WP7 is in line with what is expected by them by the customers and hopefully it will help the company to regain its dwindling market share again.