When it come to witnessing a different and altogether ringtone in the Nokia series of products, it is none other than Nokia 8800 model to bet upon. Finnish mobile giant Nokia has first time in its array of products, has introduced Ryuichi Sakamoto Ringtones in the 8800 model.
The mobile phone measuring 107 x 45 x 16.5 mm in dimension and 134 gram in weight is added with many high – end features like Digital Music Player, FM Radio in its music portfolio; SMS (Text Messaging), MMS (Multimedia Messaging) in its messaging section; Embedded Java Games, Downloadable Java Games in the game section; and moreover Bluetooth and EDGE platforms to get connected to the world. With all these array of features beginning from the digital music player to messaging, to game and to connectivity; the users of this trend-setting mobile set do not find any tools missing what they expect from their companion – Nokia 8800.
Well, talking about its over all look, the Nokia 8800 comes in a stainless steel cover, opening with pop-up slider mechanism. When it is opened, the slider reveals an in-built camera of 0.5 megapixel on the back, as well as a good-looking, stylish keypad in the front. The other features of the phone that are of much importance are its Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE and GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz for data and voice connectivity. All these frequencies incorporated in the phone facilitates its users to get seamlessly connected no matter in which part of the world they are living or travelling.
And for those who are much concerned about their mobile standby time and talk time. Nokia claims the 8800 model has a talk time of 3 hours and a standby time of 8 days. With all these good features; no doubt the Nokia 8800 has some few ´mild´ bad features as well with its cramped keypad and inconsistent battery life.
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