Nokia unveiled a new premium mobile phone that built from titanium, carbon fibre, stainless steel and polished glass. It is called the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte.The phone combines high functionality and good hi-tech style.Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte features:
This Monday Nokia will be holding a private online event where it will present its two new handsets, a week before their official announcement. According to BGR these are most likely the N79 and the N85 models, though this is not confirmed yet. The Nokia N79 will supposedly feature a 5Mpix camera, a 2.4" QVGA display, and will run the S60 Feature Pack 2.
Nokia has introduced it's new 3610 Fold phone, a simple clamshell very similar to the 3555 model. It will be available in two colors sometime this quarter for €125 ($186). The Nokia 3610 Fold doesn't support 3G, instead it offers quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity, 1.3Mpix camera, and a microSD expansion slot.
There's a new firmware update available over the air for North American Nokia N78 users. Just enter *#0000# while on the standby screen and then press 'check for updates'. According to the first user comments, the Naviwheel became more sensitive and the right softkey now works all the time.
T-Mobile UK started offering the new Nokia 6650, a clamshell handset equipped with a 2Mpix camera with LED flash, Mobile TV support, integrated GPS receiver, and running on Symbian S60 OS.The phone will cost you £30 monthly for the next 18 months, and then it's free.
T-Mobile subscribers can now take advantage of the new Nokia XpressMusic 5610. The device is a quad-band GSM/EDGE music phone that features Nokia's “music slider” allowing for easy switching to the music player, as well as a 2.2" QVGA display, stereo Bluetooth, included 1GB microSD card, and a bundled external dongle with a 3.5mm jack.The phone is available now for $99 on a 2-year contract.