Nokia 7373 - Style Up

By: Keith Rickwood

There are mobile phones and then there are designer mobile phones. There are only a handful of handsets available who lives up to that respect. Nokia's L'Amour Collection have created quite a stir, not only in the mobile market, but also in the fashion world with its exotic designs. Very modern in design, styled with sleek and sensible graphics - each member of the L'Amour collection is a fashion statement in its own. Nokia 7373 is one of the most popular phones in the L'Amour family.

The Nokia 7373 is a smooth swivel designer handset with an ethnic feel to it. The body has embossed finishing with tastefully done elaborate graphics. The phone is available in different shades, each looking unique in its own way. The large 2 inch QVGA screen compliments the whole design aesthetics well. Swivel open the phone and you'll find the phone fits perfectly to the hand and the keypad is very comfortable to use.

Unlike many 'fashionable' phones, the Nokia 7373 is not all about high quality design, but also about high quality features. The integrated music player supports eAAC, SpMidi, AAC, AAC+ and enhanced AAC+ formats. It also supports play-list and a enhanced equalizer. Integrated Visual FM radio and a MPEG4 player also feature in the handset. With an expandable memory of up to 2 GB, there is nothing to be left behind ever again. But the best part is the built in stereo speakers with stereo widening technology that gives you surprisingly powerful yet clear sound.

The phone have a 2.0 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom. Now you can shoot, send, share and show your pictures with the Nokia 7373. The camera also supports video recording and 3GPP streaming. Tri-band network support, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, faster Internet through GPRS/EDGE and HSCSD - the Nokia 7373 have it all.

Enjoy all that a modern mobile phone has to offer, and look good while doing it with Nokia 7373.

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