Nokia launches 3G 6555 handset – with analogue clock

Mobile phones

Interesting move by Nokia with its newly-launched Nokia 6555 handset – a large analogue has been positioned on the front.

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).

Nokia website

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