Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 win International Design Award


The Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 were both individually awarded IDEA design awards by the IDSA recently.

The handsets were honoured for their distinctive contribution to smartphone design.

The jury wrote:

“In a market in which it is difficult to stand out, the Nokia Lumia brings a fresh perspective. The iconic form is personal and inviting without sacrificing precision, and the construction is modern, efficient and well-crafted down to the smallest details. It’s a bold, gold-worthy effort, and I’m glad to see Nokia reclaim its design swagger.” Jonah Becker, Principal and Creative Director, One & Co.

In  2011  Windows Phone 7 won Best in Show at the IDEA awards, and clearly the minimalist OS cast in the frame of the Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 contributed to the success of the handsets at the awards this year.

The award for the Nokia Lumia 800 can be seen here and for the 900 here.

Via Nokia Conversations.

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