The Nokia Lumia 800 is in many ways an impressive phone, and most people are sure not to be disappointed in picking one up. It's beautifully made, has great ergonomics, is reasonably nippy in operation, has a slick and capable operating system, and Nokia has brought some interesting extras to the Windows Phone party. However, there's no denying it is technically behind the curve. The screen is bright but not very sharp, the camera is middling, its single core processor is slow compared to the dual-core competition and Windows Phone has enough limitations that it doesn't overall stand above any other operating system. We thought this phone could be the light of our lives but sadly the flame has flickered out.