The Nokia 7500 Prism: a Versatile Phone

By: Jack Daniel

The Nokia 7500 Prism is a handsome looking phone that gives a prism-like feel. The 2G network enables the users to avail varied services with ease. The handset is uniquely designed and has many features that are found in such advanced gadgets. The dimensions and weight of this gadget make it feasible for people to carry it almost anywhere.

The Nokia 7500 Prism is preloaded with some very fascinating ringtones that set ablaze a feeling of joy whenever the phone rings. There is also the option to download so that the users can store ringtones of their choice from the internet. Downloading can also be extended to videos and games. These can then be played on the TFT screen that supports 16 million colors and gives a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels.

The screen is an amazing means of keeping oneself alert as any new message pops up on it. This TFT screen is also used to view videos and pictures that are captured by the 2 MP camera of the handset. This camera can give a resolution of 1600x1200 pixels so that the images can be seen in all their natural vigour. Entertainment is confirmed due to the presence of the music player that can play on formats such as MP3, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA. There is also a FM radio where radio jockeys host a number of entertaining programs for the entertainment of the people.

The black colored Nokia 7500 Prism phone serves well with SMS, MMS and email services. The other alternative forms of connectivity such as GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, Bluetooth and USB enables fast internet access and quick transfer of files and data to other devices. The memory of the handset is 30 MB and that is sufficient for storing files that require a huge space. The battery gives a standby time of 240 hrs and a talktime of 2 hr 50 mins. Thus it is possible for the users to use the mobile for long hours. The GSM network allows the users to remain connected even if they are left alone on a moor.

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