Following the Meego-powered White Nokia N9 suit, the Finnish mobile maker has officially announced the White Nokia Lumia 800 handset. The White version of the Nokia Lumia 800 handset was already pointed about by a Swiss phone retailer and Nokia’s software for browsing firmware. Those two sources lead us to believe the existence of the new White variant of the Lumia 800. Nokia initially launched the handset in black, cyan and magenta clored variants and the white is the fourth color addition to the set. A few hours ago, Nokia started teasing (pictured at the bottom of this article) this edition on Facebook by a woman holding the three previous colored Nokia Lumia 800 versions, by wearing wearing three colored fingernails to match them and the last snap is missing the device in hands, but the white fingernails indicating the white version of the Lumia 800.
All the previous colored variants of the Nokia Lumia 800 are having matte finishing, but the White Nokia Lumia 800 handset will sport a glossy finish rather than a matte one and it will be available to purchase later this month. Consumers of the Switzerland, UK, Finland, Russia, Italy, Germany and Poland will get the White Lumia 800 first, then other places will get it in March.
Here is the quick look at the specs of White Lumia 800:
# Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS.
# 3.7-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display with 480 X 800 resolution, Corning Glass coating
# Single-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz.
# 512MB RAM.
# 16GB on-board storage.
# 8MP rear camera with Carl-Zeiss lens.
# Pre-loaded Nokia Drive, Nokia Music, Nokia Maps apps.
Yes, the same features that have been available in previous colored version already. Hopefully, we will also see the White version of the Nokia Lumia 900 handset on AT&T 4G LTE line-up.