Nokia Releases 7280 On Website
Apr 12, 2005, 1:28 PM by (staff)
Nokia has begun selling the 7280 fashion phone in the US via their website. The unlocked handset costs $600, however it is currently not available as Nokia has already sold out of their initial stock. The 7280 is a very slim GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 slider-style handset with a scroll wheel instead of a keypad. It features a VGA camera and a screen that becomes a mirror in standby mode.
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My question is why?
This is one of the dumbest phones out there, why would Nokia bring this piece to the U.S.? I understand that a few hundered thousand idiots will waste $600 on a phone, but to not have any real features for that price
gotta love Nokia
That is one cool looking phone.