Nokia 8800 Arte and Sapphire Arte cost +1000EUR

Posted on Sunday, Nov 18 2007 @ 01:32 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Nokia unveiled two new phones for the rich: the 1,000EUR Nokia 8800 Arte and 1,150EUR Sapphire Arte.

The Nokia 8800 Arte and Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte combine elegant appearance and uncompromised functionality. On the surface, the seamless metal and glass body gives the Nokia 8800 Arte and Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte an incomparable sense of style, while under the skin their hearts are driven by pure innovation. By tapping the steel surface below the display, an analogue clock appears - indicating time in its most classic form. Incoming calls on a Nokia Arte handset can be silenced gracefully with the "turn-to-mute" feature - allowing owners to quiet their phone inconspicuously by simply turning over the phone, screen-side down. Other state-of-the-art features include:
  • Stunning 2.0" QVGA 240x320 pixels, OLED display with up to 16 million colors
  • 3.2 megapixel auto focus camera with 8x digital zoom
  • 3G capabilities
  • 1 GB built in memory space
  • MicroUSB all-in-one-connector
  • Anti-fingerprint coating on metal and glass
  • Both the Nokia 8800 Arte and Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte feature a high-end metal and glass composition, creating their classic, iconic style. A smooth slide mechanism - comprised of state-of-the art ball bearings and a unique spring mechanism - ensures each handset is a pleasure to touch and behold. The Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte adds to the sense of exclusivity by further enhancing its polished steel case with a genuine sapphire gem stone and an accent of soft leather, creating an even more rich, sensual feel.

    The Nokia 8800 Arte will start shipping in the fourth quarter of 2007 with an estimated retail price of 1000 EUR before taxes and subsidies. The Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte will follow in the first quarter of 2008 and retail for approximately 1150 EUR before taxes and subsidies.


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