Friday, June 5, 2009

Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte

Nokia has opted for a different direction in the design of its 8800 Arte range. The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte was recently launched was inspired directly by sports cars and aerospace technology.

The same material used to build F1 racing cars, carbon fibre, are used to build the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte. This cool gadget is designed to be incredibly sturdy. Other materials used include titanium, polished glass and stainless steel. Other than its durability, it is also designed to be practical.

A 3G phone with 3.2megapixel camera, it comes with a "tap for time" feature whereby the user can tap the steel surface below the display to get the time while the "turn to mute" feature allows the user to turn the phone over to mute incoming calls.

The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte also has 4GB of internal memory and an OLED (organic LED) screen. This does not mean that such durability and practicality is imbued at the expense of beauty.

Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte has a very stylish design and is bundled with an exclusive range of accessories including a Bluetooth touch sensitive headset, a desk stand and a leather case.

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