Nokia 8800: Luxury Comes With a Price-tag!

By: Adam Jaylin

Nokia 8800 belongs to an exclusive club of luxury and abundance. It reflects not just by its price tag, but by its classic stainless steel 'exclusive' looks as well. A precursor to its even more exclusive cousin Nokia 8800 Sirocco, the original 8800 makes quite an impression on anyone who holds it for the first time.

Apart from the famed looks, Nokia 8800 is really quite an impressive phone. Even though, typical Nokia fans would have wanted more features to justify the unofficial "value for money" tag of Nokia, the features themselves are strikingly sufficient and enough. First in the line are the connectivity specifications - GPRS, EDGE and Bluetooth. Absence of Infrared and USB port irks, more so because there isn't really an additional card slot to transfer and store files on Nokia 8800. GPRS is Class 8 as well, disappointing fans, who expected the standard Class 10.

The camera is an average VGA with 4X zoom and several options to enhance the picture quality. It also supports video capture. The camera is housed behind the slider mechanism, so the lens is protected at all times without fail.

If you travel a lot and are wondering about battery life, Nokia 8800 does not disappoint. The standard talk time is up to 3 hours and the standby time is 190 hours. What more, you even get an extra battery in the 8800 pack with a very convenient charger that lets you charge both your phone and the spare battery together!

primarily sells for its exclusivity. The price band has been arranged so those who have serious money or want to portray such image buy it. The look and feel of the phone is very luxurious. If you think that you need tool to climb the social ladder or want to reiterate your position and power, Nokia 8800 is the perfect phone for you.

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