The Lumia 800 (we know Nokia loves numbers, but still, that name) is based on the N9, a big, flat, gorgeous slab of aluminum. It'll have a 3.7-inch screen, which is slightly smaller than average for Windows Phones but certainly still usable, 16GB of non-expandable storage, and a fancy-pants camera that could actually give the iPhone 4S some competition. It's an 8MP job with Carl Zeiss optics, rated at f2.2. No clues on which U.S. carrier will get it, nor on a release date--it's only been announced so far for Europe, which will get it on November 16th for €420. (A note: European phones are often sold unsubsidized at full price. Here in the States, we receive huge discounts on phones in exchange for signing a two-year contracts with our wireless carriers. That's why your 16GB iPhone 4S only costs $200--without the discount, you'd be spending $650.) If we were to bet, we'd say it's more likely that it comes out on AT&T than Verizon here in the States--Nokia typically makes GSM phones, which is the same standard used in Europe, as opposed to Verizon's U.S.-only CDMA network.