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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

The Nokia 7500 and 7900 Prism

Nokia, the leading mobile phone manufacturer, has just unveiled their Prism collection. Nokia's prism collection, according to the company's press release is aimed at the style-conscious consumers. The Prism collection has two new models, the 7500 Prism and the 7900 Prism. Both handsets combine style and the latest technology that Nokia is famous for.

Nokia's Prism collection features a diamond cut design which seems to be the signature design on the phones, hence the name Prism. The phone features sharp angled lines, geometric patterns, and graphic light-refracting colors. The phone's design is unique, and would surely make it stand out in the mobile phone market.

The Nokia 7900 Prism has a licorice-black color and the back cover is made up of anodized aluminum. The Nokia 7900 is the first of Nokia's phone to feature a 2 inch Organic LED display that has 16 million colors and displays light focused screensaver graphics. Another unique feature of the 7900 Prism is a living wallpaper that can change throughout the day depending on the time, battery, signal strength, ensuring that customers will always have a unique screen. The Nokia 7900 Prism also lets customers personalize their phone's light effect from 49 different colors. According to Nokia's press release, the Nokia 7900 Prism will be a Quadband GSM phone that supports dual band 3G technology, has 1 GB built-in memory, a music player that can play MP3, AAC, eAAC+, and WMA, a 2 megapixel camera with flash and 8x zoom, unified microUSB and Bluetooth connectivity.

On the other hand, the 7500 Prism is a slightly watered down version of the Nokia 7900. The Nokia 7500 Prism has a slick black interior with bright color accents that can be changed. Both phones feature the same diamond-shaped keys on the phone's front. The Nokia 7500 also has a 2 megapixel camera with flash and 8x zoom and a music player that has an exchangeable user interface with 5 music tracks already installed. The 7500 Prism, according to Nokia, will be a triband GSM phone, and will feature a FM radio, microSD card support, and comes pre-installed with Yahoo Go! Widsets and Opera Mini. Users can also personalize the Nokia 7500 with 3 accent colors that comes with the phone's package.

Nokia plans to release their Prism collection by the third quarter of this year. The Nokia 7900 Prism will cost EUR 400 while the 7500 Prism is priced at EUR 200, exclusive of taxes and subsidies.


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