Nokia does not pause production even during the holidays, as evidenced by the new Nokia Lumia 810 model in the announcement, which is placed in the middle class of phones from this Finnish manufacturer. Nokia didn’t make much of an effort to hide the “kinship” of this model with the exceptional Lumia 820, so the similarity is obvious, but the Lumia 810 is equipped with a stronger battery of 1800mAh and the auxiliary camera is improved with pixelation. This model is currently available exclusively for the T mobile network, but it will inevitably reach free sale over time. Not to be too environmental but to get to the point, the Nokia Lumia 810 in the announcement from our perspective looks like this…
Design, construction and dimensions
As we mentioned in the introductory part, the Nokia Lumia 810 is irresistibly reminiscent of its “comrades” from the series of the same name. The phone is slightly jagged at the edges with clearly defined lines. The build quality of this model is extremely high (which is not a big surprise for Nokia), the finish gives the impression of “soft plastic”, with the front (display) Corning Gorilla Glass 2 armor, this model lies comfortably in the hand. When we want to present this model in units of measurement, we come to the figures 127.8 x 68.4 x 10.9 mm, and the scale under this model stopped at 145 grams.
Above the display of this model are a microphone, light and proximity sensors, and a front camera. Below the display are the touch buttons. While the left side of the phone is devoid of a key, the right side is “packed” with volume keys, a phone lock key, and a camera activation key that will activate the camera even though the phone is locked. The top of the phone has a 3.5mm jack, and at the bottom there is a Micro USB port and speakers reminiscent of those built into the iPhone telephone. The back cover of the phone has a camera and a dual LED flash.
The back cover is quite difficult to open (with nails), but we experienced this as one positive thing because the device itself (thanks to this) is quite compact, and the distance between the cover and the body is almost invisible. When the back cover is removed, we find the battery, the slots for the Micro SD card and the Micro SIM card
Nokia has equipped this model with a 4.3-inch display (neither too big nor too small) made of ClearBlack AMOLED technology. The display gives solid performance thanks to its resolution of 480 x 800 pixels with an approximate pixel density of 217 ppi. This display is seen by the user as sharp, natural colors, good contrast and most importantly, “battery friendly”.
Although the Nokia Lumia 810 is announced, and we are just waiting (with great impatience) for a free sale, those important technical data are available to us. This model is equipped with a 1.5 GHz Krait dual core processor, an Adreno 225 Graphics processor, and 1GB of RAM. The speakers of the Lumia 810 model are another of the many bright spots of this phone, because the sound of the interlocutor is clear and distinct, and we must express our satisfaction with the signal of this model!
This model, like the “other Lumia relatives”, works with the Windows Phone 8 operating system, which in theory should look the same on all Windows phones, it looks special on Lumia devices. The home screen of this model provides numerous possibilities to its user who can tailor it to the maximum. From replaceable Walpapers, to, say, your Facebook pictures, applications, websites, contacts… This model also boasts deep integration for social networks, the People Hub, which is unofficially crowned the best social tool of today.
The Nokia Lumia 810 is equipped with an 8MP camera with the Carl Zeiss stamp, which unequivocally guarantees high image quality. The camera of this model produces images with a maximum resolution of 3552 x 2000 pixels, and boasts images that are of above-average quality. The camera interface is quite simple for users and provides shooting options such as Smart Shoot lens, Panorama, Cinemagraph…
The videos of this model are even better than the pictures themselves and this model will definitely find its market among fans of quality (phone) photography. The Nokia Lumia 810 makes videos in 1080p with 30fps that are rich in detail, good color balance and matched contrast.
When it comes to the conceptions of this model, we can freely say that “all fields are covered”. This model supports quad-band GSM / GPRS / EDG, quad-band 3G, dual-band Wi-Fi a / b / g / n with DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct and hotspot, as well as stereo Bluetooth 2.1. , NFC connection.
Internet surfing is fast and thanks to the 4.3 inch display, the observed content is clear.
Battery and memory
The battery of this model is quite “chubby” (at least for Nokia’s Windows device) but the results are evident. What will especially please the users of this model is the possibility of replacing the battery (without service assistance). This model is equipped with a Li Ion battery of 1800mAh and according to tests, it boasts enviable performance. This model will last 48 hours without recharging the battery with one hour of 3G phone calls, listening to music and watching video content.
The Nokia Lumia 810 has one great feature that we (unfortunately) have slowly started to forget with today’s smartphones. In addition to 8GB of internal memory, this model has the option to expand the memory with a Micro SD card up to a maximum of 32 GB.
Although the Nokia Lumia 810 is announced, we think that this model is worth waiting for. For now, there is no official confirmation when it comes to price, we expect that this model will “fall” into the rank of middle-class phones at its price. When summarizing the capabilities of this model, we evaluate it as a rarely complete device that gives solid performance in all fields. Quality workmanship, powerful processor, stable software, quality and large enough display, good camera and strong (and replaceable battery) are the trump cards of this model that will undoubtedly lead this model to market victory.
Would you include this model in your list of gladly tested phones?