White has proven to be an exceptionally difficult color for smart phones. In the case of the Lumia 800, the chassis has not been painted like phones often are, but the actual plastic has been dyed white. The advantage is that there is no paint to wear out and scratches won’t reveal a different color either.
Embedded with a 1.4GHz processor, this handset flaunts a 3.7-inch AMOLED ClearBlack contour touch display. The white surface on the flip side is gracefully dotted by an 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash. The smartphone is integrated with user memory of 16GB and offered along with the SkyDrive storage facility as well. It is also pre-loaded with Internet Explorer 9 which supports web browsing sessions.
Precise details about the white Nokia Lumia 800 are not known yet. However, since it is just a color change, the price tag is expected to remain the same. For the release, it will normally be available later this month.