Nokia Refreshes Stylish Phones For Fall
Sep 4, 2006, 1:36 PM by (staff)
Nokia today announced the next generation of both its 8800 and L'amour lines. These phones have evolved to pair high fashion styling with upgraded features. The 8800 has been updated with a slightly curvier form and a better camera, while the L'amour line has been updated with a new phone and new colors - a more masculine bronze and black design and a more feminine pink one. All the models announced today are GSM / EDGE 900/1800/1900.
- 8800 Scirocco: This slider still retains the stainless steel body of its predecessor but adds some new curves and a sapphire-coated display. The camera has been updated to 2 Megapixels and the sounds, previously from Ryuichi Sakamoto, have been replaced by nature-inspired tones from Brian Eno. Also features Bluetooth and comes with a matching Bluetooth headset.
- 7390: A new clamshell-style phone that packs of all of Nokia's latest features. Includes UMTS 2100, a 3 Megapiixel autofocus camera with flash, a second camera for video calling, music player with external media controls
- 7373: An update to the 7370 spinner upgrades the camera to 2 Megapixels, and includes a new headset and phone charms. Still includes Bluetooth, media player, and stereo speakers.
- 7360: This candybar retains the same specs, and design, only the colors and patterns have been updated. Features a VGA camera and FM radio.
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I read in the newspaper that the scirocco is selling for about $1290. I think a used "Volkswagon Scirocco" would be cheaper than this phone.
But you wouldn't seem nearly as cool.
quit your b*tching or start your b*tching
the phones wont be seen in the states
Could it have something to do with how AWFUL they are?
Ah, good times...