Nokia Lumia 800
Stephen Elop called this device "the first real Windows phone". It looks very similar to the N9 and boasts a 3.7-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display with 800 by 480 resolution. It's available in black, cyan and magenta and should be shipped to Europe in November for around $580.
At the Nokia World 2011 event in London today, the CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop claimed the brand is now “playing to win” and followed that rather bold statement by announcing a LOT of shiny new handsets.
The five new phones we’ve got details about so far are part of the Lumia and Asha ranges, and although they’re aimed at completely different types of consumers, they certainly have a lot to offer wrapped up in some rather interesting designs.
Have a browse through the photos below and let us know if you’re just as excited as we are about Nokia’s new devices.