Photos: Nokia releases 'trend phones'

Photos: Nokia releases 'trend phones'

Summary: Oh L'Amour...

TOPICS: Mobility

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  • Oh L'Amour...

    Had enough of boring BlackBerrys and dull devices? Nokia has launched its latest range of phones for the style conscious. The collection is labelled L'Amour.

    According to the Finnish phone giant, the collection is supposed to hint at various "cultural and ethnic influences" as well as suggestions of "vintage" and "craftsmanship".

    This diminutive tri-band 'pen phone' device, the 7380, is all of some 11cm long and 3cm wide. The phone still manages to pack in a two megapixel camera, MP3 player and voice dialling.

    The phones will be available from the first quarter of next year, with the 7380 priced from €500 without taxes and subsidies.

    Photo credit: Nokia

  • The second phone, the 7370, is a swivel design and slightly cheaper than its pen phone cousin at €300.

    Correspondingly, it's got a lower spec camera at 1.3 megapixels, plus an FM radio instead of an MP3 player. It also comes with a "fashion" headset and tasselled carrying pouch.

    The 7370 is available in two colours – coffee brown and warm amber, says Nokia, or light and dark brown to the average consumer.

    Photo credit: Nokia

  • At the lower end of the range is the 7360. €100 cheaper than its predecessor, it sheds the swivel's media playing bells and whistles.

    However, with no video ringtones and the like to speak of, the phone does boast a longer standby time of 14 days and the longest talk time of four hours.

    The phone will come with push-to-talk and email functionality.

    Photo credit: Nokia

Topic: Mobility

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