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Nokia 8600 Luna - Nokia's most expensive phone

Till date and this writing of my post, Nokia's most expensive phone is Nokia 8600 Luna. The speculated price of this thing differs from site to site and Nokia has yet to announce it officially.



The features it boasts are as follows:
-glass made(into design- smoked glass slider over the keypad)
-slider phone, with stainless steel
-3G support,bluetooth,16 million QVGA, 2 mega-pixel camera
-Micro-usb port
-Series 40 handset

If anyone wants to know more about this thing, check this
site http://www.nokia8600luna.com/ which is entirely dedicated
just for this model of Nokia.

Comments

Anonymous said…
WOw nice phone. I would love to own this phone. tara camera matra 2 megapixels. Alik dheri bhaye huney ni. ABout 5 to 6 megapixels yesto mahango phone ma.
Nirab Pudasaini said…
nothing that impressive ...... even the N 91 can beat this phone in its looks ........ so why so expensive ??????? well i heard about the nokia aeno ..... the phone with touchpad keys and also a touchpad screen ........ if that phone comes out that gonna be impressive :)
Navin said…
yeah, i too didn't k now why nokia made this phone so expensive...

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