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Nokia 7500 Prism Review

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Nokia 7500 Prism Review
Mobile phones have become an inseparable part of our way of life, as everyone chooses one’s phone according to one’s needs. In the past the devices used to be uniform in form and shape and rarely a manufacturer would allow oneself to present something a bit different.

Nokia is one of these manufacturers, which let into the market new models, differing in comparison to the mass perception for a phone. A bright example is Nokia 7500 Prism, which is a part of the new series of devices of the company with a different design and shapes. The buttons of the device are triangular in shape, as the design of the device is subordinated to this shape, which by chance or not reminds us of a processed diamond. Most probably in this way Nokia wants to underline that fact that the telephone differs from everything known and standard and its idea is to offer something different from everything we have seen.

The device comes in a large blue box with two levels inside, where you will find the following:
Nokia 7500 Prism Review
Nokia 7500 Prism Review


- Nokia 7500 Prism phone
- 2 exchangeable color accents
- Nokia Battery BL-4B
- Nokia Standard Charger AC-3x
- 7500 Prism Headset HS-47
- 7500 Prism Strap
- 7500 Prism User Guide
- Pouch
- Nokia 512 MB micro SD Card

You should know that the contents of the set depend on the distribution area therefore it is possible that there are slight differences in the sets. It is quite a rich set, which you shall supplement with a mini USB cable in order to be able to transfer information.

Color accents - Nokia 7500 Prism Review
Exchanging - Color accents - Nokia 7500 Prism Review
Black one - Color accents - Nokia 7500 Prism Review
Blue one - Color accents - Nokia 7500 Prism Review
 

Exchanging

Black one

Blue one

Color accents


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55

1. Disco Des (unregistered)


I received this phone recently on a free Orange upgrade after reading the review for the 7900. Its a nice looking phone with a clear display and menus that any Nokia user will be familiar with. However the keys are hard to press as is the joystick hard to operate. The back cover is flimsy plasic and clips rather than slideson. I thinks you will need to be very careful not to break it. Although the phone looks nice to me it felt "cheap". There is no multicolour glowing keyboard as in the 7900, no "living wallpaper" and no aluminium back plate- its plasic. The omission of 3G is also a black mark agaist it. I sent it back an stuck with my 6233 I may get the 7900 when it comes out over here in the uk. Another thing the phone seemed to get warm to the touch during use.

posted on 18 Aug 2008, 03:20

2. lathasairam (unregistered)


dear friends, Pls dont get cheated by buying this particular model its not worth for 8k its a very worst model made by Nokia i can challenge its not a 2mp camera and not a pure stereo Fm its battery backup is veryworst the problem reatins even after service from Nokia itself pls note i hv given for service within the nextday of my purchase be shude ,dont buy this model its not a joke u can refer my video,photos

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Display240 x 320 pixels TFT
Camera2 megapixels
Size4.29 x 1.72 x 0.56 inches
(109 x 43.9 x 14.4 mm)
2.89 oz  (82 g)
Battery700 mAh, 2.8 hours talk time

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