The Nokia Luna was unveiled today along with the new very affordable Symbian Belle-powered Nokia 603, but unlike the 603 we weren’t exactly sure what the Luna is the first time we saw it. And that’s not a bad thing, quite the opposite - the Luna is a beautiful triangular NFC-enabled Bluetooth headset, but it looks like alien technology in its miniature round charging cradle. It could be just us, but in the press shots it almost felt like a sort of an alien robot looking at us.
design is the most striking feature of the Nokia Luna - it comes in a range of colors including the classic black and white, but also fuchsia (yes, that’s a color), green, yellow and blue. But it’s not just the looks - the headset is also very lightweight at just 0.18 ounces (5g).The
NFC support, the rest is pretty standard protocols support - Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Handsfree profile 1.5 and Headset Profile 1.1 advanced multipoint.
Battery life stands at the impressive 8 hours or 60 days in standby. Finally, the Nokia Luna headset is coming soon - in Q4 - but with a little catch in the form of a $95 (69 euro) price tag. But that’s what you need to pay for alien technology, now the question is would you?
source: Nokia Conversations