In a new artistic approach, Nokia has created the brand new Nokia 8800 Arte and Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte. Made of exquisite materials they continue the tradition of the luxurious 8xxx-series but add something of their own too.
With "Arte" standing for "art", the new Nokia premium handsets both include some new design solutions plus some software and hardware innovations. The tap-for-time feature allows users to see the clock on the display of the new mobiles with a couple of gentle taps on the steel surface below the display.
The living wallpaper, seen for the first time in Nokia 7900 Prism, which by the way is now available, is present here too. A unique silencing feature allows you to silence an incoming call just by turning the handset.
Traditionally, the 8800-series of Nokia are not known for their high-end characteristics, however the new Arte handsets are about to change that. Beside 3G functionality, the handsets also flaunt 3 megapixel cameras with auto focus. No memory card slot yet, but the 1GB of internal memory might just do the trick this time. All wired connectivity uses the integrated microUSB port.
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