Nokia 7373: Style Up your Mobile Life

By: Adam Caitlin

In the designer phone category, Nokia's L'Amour collection has always made a good impression all over the globe. Inspired by the ethnic culture and traditional handicrafts - its a beautiful collection of handsets and are most suitable for those who appreciate beauty. With the launch of L'Amour collection, Nokia has again proved its leadership - whether its innovation or technology, Nokia has always been the best.

The Nokia 7373 is a new addition in the L'Amour collection - and its an upgraded version of the popular Nokia 7370. The beauty of this designer phone has also been inspired by the ethnic culture. The handset is available in three eye-catchy colours: bronze black, powder pink and black chrome - delights everyone.

Built on swivel design technology, the Nokia 7373 is very user-friendly. Swivel open the phone and view phone features on a large display screen. When the phone is closed, you cannot do anything as there is no control key situated on the outer casing.

Loaded with a 2.0 mega-pixel camera and up to 8x digital zoom, capture some beautiful moments and share excellent pictures with your friends and family via MMS and email. Video recording can also be done with the Nokia 7373. For music fans, the device comes equipped with an integrated music player and media player - supported with several music file formats such as MP3 and AAC - download or transfer music tracks to your phone device. And with FM radio support, enjoy listening to all time hit music.

The Nokia 7373 also comes with an expandable memory card of up to 2GB - allows users to save more music tracks, images and videos. And with connectivity features such as Bluetooth, USB - connect and transfer data with or without using a wire. Enjoy browsing the net, synchronise emails and stay connected with the world whenever and wherever you go.

The Nokia 7373 is an excellent phone and is more advanced than its predecessors. Bring style in your life with the Nokia 7373.

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