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Black Beauty - Nokia 8600 Luna great looking phone with a touch of glass

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Nokia today unveiled the Nokia 8600 Luna, which has been precision engineered from the glass. (also called: Black Beauty)

The melding of nearly opaque smoked glass with unique, soft-touch stainless steel makes the Nokia 8600 Luna as enchanting to behold as it is a joy to touch. Adding to its mysterious allure, a gentle keypad illumination pulsates from beneath the glass case while the phone awaits a call.
The balance of aesthetics and ergonomics found in the design of the Nokia 8600 Luna continues in its well thought out feature set. Nokia's first use of a single micro-USB port not only allows for a streamlined design free of extraneous indentations, it allows owners to streamline common activities - like charging, audio and data connectivity - into a single connection.

Quad-band GSM support also allows owners to easily stay connected while they are on the road, while the large, bright display is perfect for sharing images captured with the 2 megapixel camera.

There’s a suprisingly hefty 1GB of internal memory, so you can play even more tunes and watch more vids using the MP3 and MPEG 4 functions. Or you can just check out what’s going on using the FM radio.

The Nokia 8600 Luna has a smoked glass effect slide-down plastic keypad cover, a 2MP camera, FM radio and 1GB on-board memory on its Series 40 OS. Sadly it’s not 3G but Nokia's also boasting about an 'organic' user interface, for which you can read 'swirling, random graphics'

Nokia 8600 Luna Features

Faster data with GPRS
Music player
FM Radio
Camera phone
Colour screen
Polyphonic ringtones
Vibrating alert
World phone (Quadband)
Picture messaging

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