By Adam Z. Lein | November 12, 2011 3:58 PM
Unboxing the Nokia Lumia 800 and holding that device in your hand for the first time is quite an experience. The packaging is much more unique than the glossy cheap orange boxes from AT&T or shoe-box like boxes from T-Mobile that we’ve seen a lot of lately. Though I’ve held the Lumia 800 before, taking a fresh one out of the box and holding that smooth single-piece of carbonate in your hand is extremely impressive. We’ll take a closer look at that in our full review, but for now let me tell you what else it comes with. You’ve got the usual USB charger, Micro USB cable, and some nice headphones with a single-button mic on the wire. You’ve also got a bunch of documentation in different languages, and a nice silocon rubber case to put the phone in.