Tuesday, 6 May 2008

Nokia Mobile's Prismatic Sensation - Nokia 7500 Prism

As the name suggests, the Nokia 7500 Prism exudes the feel of a prism. Its body, keypad and screen would remind you of a prism, even at the first glance. The handset works on 2G networks and has a dimension of 109 x 44 x 14 mm. It is a nice choice to make and by buying this handset you will get a phone loaded with many of the latest features.The handset is available in the UK with many attractive deals. It is not just the brilliant looks but the features that actually add to the attraction of the phone. The TFT display screen is capable of displaying video and picture files that are downloaded. The memory of the phone can be used to store the downloaded files. The memory can easily accommodate almost a thousand phone entries.

Nokia 7500 Prism has a camera that captures pictures with a resolution of 1600x1200 pixels. These pictures can later be viewed on the screen of the handset. You can also share them with your friends by first transferring the photos to your PC and later on mailing it to your friends. The data cable and USB port come very handy for this purpose. The handset can also be used for entertainment purposes as its MP3 player can play music on popular formats such as AAC, eAAC+ and WMA. There is also the FM radio that brings music and latest updates of news, business and sport events. The mobile works with UPnP technology. This enables seamless proximity networking and transfer of data to networked devices in home, office and public spaces.

The handset from Nokia Mobiles is available in an impressive black colour and reputed network service providers offer their services for this handset. The 7500 Prism is good for messaging and can be used for emailing. Including its Li-Ion battery, the Nokia 7500 Prism weighs just 83 g. Its battery gives a standby of 240 h and a talk-time of 2h 50 min. The mobile has 30 MB internal memory and works on 2G networks. Connectivity options such as GPRS, EDGE and Bluetooth are a part of this handset.

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