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Yes, this seat is designed for newborns, but you are correct as this does look a rather acute angle. If you use the lay flat option for a few weeks until baby's head can support a little better, this is often the best option. Please note that the lay flat option can only be used until 10kg.
I think the instructions you get with this seat are really poor - the best place to find them is on U-tube. There is a full demonstration of how to fit the seat in both the lie flat and rear facing mode. I have followed this for both modes and it is really easy to understand.
Hope this helps!
The best instructions I have found (as I have the same car seat!) were on YouTube. These instructions are really clear as they are in video format and they show you how to fit the seat in both the lie fat and rear facing mode.
In terms of the harness, you may or may not be aware that there a number of adjustments that can be made. The first is that you are able to adjust the positioning of the straps within the seat so that the child is not overhanging the seat. In addition the straps themselves lengthen by adjustment with the buckles on the straps.
I think all of these adjustments are in the instruction manual, which is available on line from the manufacturer if you have lost it.
Hope this helps!