The other Windows Phone handset launched at the Nokia World event last month, the Nokia Lumia 710, will cost £300 according to a listing published by Google for online retailer Handtec (opens in new tab).
The smartphone, whose price has yet to be displayed on Handtec, will be available in three different colours and will come unlocked and SIM Free. Like its big brother, it comes with a single core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 SoC clocked at 1.4GHz and 512MB RAM.
The touchscreen is still a 3.7-inch ClearBlack one with a WVGA resolution (480x800 pixels) and the connectivity features remain; Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, microUSB (but neither HDMI or microSD).
But the rest of the specifications are a tad low to justify the £100 price difference. You have half the onboard storage (at 8GB), a five megapixel camera as well as an altogether different design.
As for the Lumia 800, this handset is powered by Windows Phone Mango and has a number of Nokia only features like Nokia Drive, Nokia Music and Nokia Maps which complement the offering from Microsoft (Marketplace, Internet Explorer 9, Xbox Live, Office Mobile, Zune etc).