Two handsets have been introduced – the Nokia 7900 and 7500, both with a signature diamond-cut design and geometric patterns, as well as light-refracting colours.
The 7900 in black features an anodised and laser-etched aluminium backcover, an organic LED main display that supports up to 16 million colours and displays light-focused screensaver graphics and a “living wallpaper”, which changes throughout the day according to time as well as battery and signal strength.
It also offers a choice of 49 illumination colours. Internally, it’s a 3G phone with two megapixel camera and 1GB of internal memory.
The Nokia 7500 is described as ‘the Nokia 7900 Prism’s quirky sibling’, but doesn’t look a great deal different. However, this isn’t 3G, but does have a two megapixel camera, video recording functionality and a media player that can play music for up to none hours.
Storage is via microSD card. The two mobile models will be available in the third quarter of 2007 for around 400 Euros for the Nokia 7900 Prism and 210 Euros for the Nokia 7500 Prism. Or indeed subsidised from your provider.
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