Nokia 8800 - as Unique as you

By: Bradley Ben

The Nokia 8800 is not just a mobile phone, its a lifestyle product. Being rich in design and high quality material used for its construction, the Nokia 8800 have successfully placed itself as a 'status' device. Lavish use of the metal in the body makes the handset look very reliable. The laser-cut curves of its steel-clad body further enhances the overall aesthetics. The fashionable slider is equipped with an automatic finishing mechanism so the sliding motion is smooth and pleasant.

The active TFT display with 256K colours display uses 3D image engine for enhanced graphics so that you get the best possible visuals. A protective, scratch resistant sapphire glass carefully hides the display so that the handset remains scratch-free and shiny for a long time. Exclusive user interface, themes and styles of the Nokia 8800 gives a unique mobile experience to its users. Even the ringing tones are exclusively composed for Nokia 8800 by award winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto.

The phone includes an integrated SVGA camera to capture the expected and unexpected. The device records QCIF video with two available quality settings and a time limit to record for one hour. The handset have 64MB internal NAND flash memory. A digital music player with Bluetooth Stereo, Plug & Play connector is carefully added for a music experience as luxurious as the phone itself. A FM Radio with 20 preset channel also finds its place in the feature list.

The Nokia 8800 is empowered with EDGE/GPRS for fast Internet access. The integrated xHTML browser connects over TCP/IP making a pleasant browsing experience. Never miss an email with the built-in email client that can work with POP3/SMTP/IMAP4 protocols. The device can also be used a modem. Other features like Bluetooth SIM Access Profile, Java MIDP 2.0 and Mobile Wallet 2.0 makes the Nokia 8800 an extremely useful tool.

With its top of the line design, the Nokia 8800 is ideal to demonstrate personal status.

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