Nokia 8800: Astounding and Delightful

By: Adam Caitlin

Nokia has the habit of putting a trend setter in every segment of mobile phones. Be it the ground breaking 5.0 megapixel camera laced N95 or sports centric 5500, there are no dearth of leaders from Nokia. The mobile phone that leads the show for a niche range of users of higher spending capability is the Nokia 8800. From stainless steel polished surfaces to exclusive ringtones composed by award winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto solely for this beauty - the Nokia 8800 can say a thousand words about one's class and taste.

The Nokia 8800 is a fine example of modern day architectonics. Its body is made entirely of stainless steel for a classy look apart from the material's usual traits like durability and strength. Sliding mechanism used in the Nokia 8800 resembles to those used in automobiles. The handset's fine-pitched, TFT based screen protected by a scratch-resistant glass window. That way, images produced in 262,144 vibrant and accurate colours retains the same clarity for a long time. Exclusive user interface and themes of the Nokia 8800 are much more interactive courtesy the 3D image engine for enhanced graphics.

The high end mobile experience with the Nokia 8800 doesn't end with its looks, it merely begins there. The triband handset switches bands automatically for seamless voice connectivity across 5 continents. The handset features a built in email client to manage your personal and professional emails. GPRS and EDGE technology for fast mobile internet connectivity completed with a built in web browser. Synchronize your contacts instantly with your address book in MS Outlook or other such popular email clients via Bluetooth. A decent 70 Mb of NANO flash memory ensures you have enough space for anything you might want to carry. With a digital camera and a media player on board, a large memory pool always comes handy.

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