Nokia 8800 Sirocco Black: Elegant and Elite

By: Adam Jaylin

Nokia 8800 Sirocco Black can aptly be called as another term for luxury. Thanks to its brilliant looks and vintage value, Nokia 8800 Sirocco black is not any run on the mill device but an exclusive piece of mobile telephony. In fact, this mobile phone is reportedly the most expensive Nokia mobile phone available in the market.

It is understandable that the price factor in Nokia 8800 Sirocco black will limit its sale in the market. And it is also to be maintained that this handset is certainly not for the mass market but for the connoisseurs of the best or better things in life. The reason for its 'overpricing' can be justified with the amazing looks that this mobile phone has been bestowed with. The fine exteriors of this handset have a metallic finishing that act like a sheath in protecting the keypad of this phone which is only visible when it is slid open. The TFT screen of this device has a sapphire coated glass that makes it look all the more appealing when it reflects over 256,000 colours on this device.

You can take this phone around the world and enjoy the best connectivity that will be provided by its Tri-Band GSM network along with GPRS, EDGE and Bluetooth support. There are also the standard web browsing and e-mailing features in this handset that makes it a great phone to use. Plus you can also chat via instant messaging through this handset.

There is a 2 Mega Pixels camera in Nokia 8800 Sirocco Silver for providing the users with the best photographic experience. You can also listen to its music player for the perfect music experience. Also its FM radio keeps you updated with the latest events around the world.

Plus the retail package of comes with some of the most exclusive accessories which include a leather case, two batteries, an earphone and a Bluetooth hands free which also adds to the value of this handset.

Nokia 8800 Sirocco Black is indeed a device for the elite that gives you a truly royal experience.

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