Nokia Lumia 800 picks up Design Award from Good Design Australia

| July 30, 2012 | 21 Replies


Just saw this tweeted.  The Nokia Lumia 800 wins a Design Award from Good Design Australia.

Nokia Lumia 800 design story. Nic Healey, PC & Tech Authority: “This is a superbly designed phone…”
The Nokia Lumia 800 validates Nokia’s outstanding design credentials.

The sleek, curved casing, together with the inky blackness of the glass and precision finishing is unlike any other smartphone available today.

Its shell is made from a single piece of injection-moulded polycarbonate.

The design process involved post-processing techniques normally reserved for metals which ensured higher precision and smaller tolerances between the display, glass and body.

The use of polycarbonate also provides an important functional benefit – outstanding antennae performance, which means users won’t drop calls.



Via @LewMilfy


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