According to Nokia, it signifies ‘the timeless elegance of high-end luxury’. For the rest of us, it’s a big clock, which means you’ll never need to ask the time again. Once opened, the 6555 offers a variation on the usual clamshell design, using a recessed hinge to keep everything smooth and ergonomic. Other features include a QVGA 16 million colour internal display, a camera with 6x zoom, full screen portrait viewfinder and self-portrait function, video sharing, Bluetooth and 30MB of memory (expandable via microSD card).
The Nokia 6555 will be available within the next month for around 200 Euros (or indeed subsidised).