Harness the Power of Nature: Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition

By: Alice Erin

True to its name, the Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition mobile phone wields the power of technology. The phone is inspired from nature and is packed with the energy of Sirocco. The handset is designed to deliver perfection in all its constituent departments.

The slider has a sui generis aspect. An iconic slide, situated beneath the display, protects the keypad from dust infiltration. The cover is indented with a thumb rest to keep it snug in the palm. Available in two colors - silver and black - the handset radiates gloss. Key allocation is good and the screen has a protective coating of scratch resistant sapphire glass.

The handset amalgamates style with serviceability. The 208x208 pixels in a 262K TFT screen generate high resolution rendering clarity to the images. A 2 mega pixel camera is tailored to shoot still pictures and videos in 1600x1200 pixels. The phone cedes discernibility to 3-D images.

The Nokia 8800 Sirocco phone accommodates messaging options aplenty. It is amenable to composing and sharing of SMS, MMS, IMPS, and Emails. The xHTML browser extends browsing possibilities. The phone is endowed with predictive text language support to save typing time.

TheNokia 8800 Sirocco Edition accords entertainment in diverse ways. It has a Digital Music Player to make you jive. The FM Player renders a sense of connection with the music world. A variety of embedded and downloadable Java and other games account for the frolic component of the phone.

It demonstrates superb connectivity. The tri-band provides consistent network access. EDGE precipitates data transfer. SyncML Data synchronizes the handset with devices such as the computer. Connectivity plays a significant role in making the phone a multi-purpose device by accommodating needs of people with different predilections.

With so much and more, the Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition gravitates!


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