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(8801: 850/1800/1900 MHz)
|Availability by region||2005|
|Successor||Nokia 8600 Luna|
|Related||Nokia 8 Sirocco|
|Dimensions||107 x 45 x 16.5 mm|
(4.2 x 1.8 x 0.6 inches)
|Mass||134 grams (4.8 ounces)|
|Operating system||Nokia Series 40|
|Memory||64 MB internal NAND flash memory|
|Battery||Li-ion, 600 mAh|
|Display||TFT, 208 x 208 px, 262,144 colors|
|Rear camera||SVGA (800 x 600 px)|
The Nokia 8800 is a mobile phone and part of the Nokia Series 40 operating system. It is made by Nokia. It has a stainless steel outside with a scratch-resistant screen and has a weight of 134 grams. It's sophisticated slide mechanism uses premium ball bearings made by a high performance part manufacturer.
The Nokia 8800 used 900 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies and was first introduced on 7 April 2005. It was available in the United Kingdom in October 2005 on the O2 mobile phone network. The Nokia 8801 was introduced in North America and it was exactly the same.
Features[change | change source]
- Scratch-resistant glass
- SVGA (800×600 pixels) camera, with video (H.263 QCIF format) and streaming
- 256K color display (208 x 208 pixels) and a 3D image engine
- Music player/mp3
- Device-to-device synchronization
- Sliding keypad and screen
- FM radio
The 8800 comes with two BL-5X (600 mAh) batteries.
The Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition (8800 redesigned in "gold" and "queen black"), was released in 2006. This version of this phone has a 2-megapixel camera and a slightly updated keypad layout. The phone frame was slightly modified to include an upgraded 700mAH BP-6X battery. It has ringtones created by well-known electronic musician Brian Eno.
In the early 2007, Nokia released the 24-carat gold-plated version of the 8800 Sirocco, which became the most expensive phone (RRP $2,049.00) in Nokia's shop of cell phone models up until the newest generation of mobile phones.[source?]
Nokia 8800 Arte Edition (8800e)[change | change source]
The Nokia 8800 Arte is an updated version of the 8800. It has a 2.0 inch scratch-resistant OLED screen, a 3.15 MP camera with autofocus, and comes in four different models:
|Original Arte||stainless steel and is only available in black||1 GB|
|Sapphire Arte||stainless steel, leather and a sapphire stone replacing the navigation button||1 GB|
|Carbon Arte||stainless steel, carbon fibre and titanium||4 GB|
|Gold Arte||18K gold-plated body||4 GB|
Related pages[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Nokia 8800, review, Bonnie Cha, CNET, September 6, 2005. Accessed on line December 6, 2007.
- Nokia 8800 Archived 2010-01-10 at the Wayback Machine, review, Juniper Foo, CNET Asia, July 18, 2005. Accessed on line December 6, 2007.
- Nokia 8801 / 8800, phonescoop.com. Accessed on line December 6, 2007.
- Nokia 8800, technical specifications, nokia.com. Accessed on line December 6, 2007.
- "The latest Nokia phones and accessories | Nokia Phones US".
- "Nokia 8800 and 8801 - Mobile Gazette - Mobile Phone News".
- Nokia 8800 Data Sheet, nokia.com. Accessed on line December 6, 2007.