Special Edition Bruce Lee Nokia N96 released

Special Edition Bruce Lee Nokia N96 released
For Kung fu fans, the launch of the Nokia N96 Bruce Lee Special Edition is something to be excited about. Both legends of their respective territories, Nokia has taken their flagship phone and offered it in a special edition for those who love the martial arts master. The handset is etched with Bruce Lee’s face and signature on the back case, and comes preloaded with rare photos of the actor. Accessories are included, along with a Bruce Lee doll, and there is an accompanying website promoting the product (although it is a bit slow to load).

The device can be purchased here for
8,788 Chinese yuan (roughly $1,286), though you will need to know a bit of Chinese in order to navigate the purchase website.

source: unwiredview


Special Edition Bruce Lee Nokia N96 released

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12 Comments

1. unregistered

cool a phone that really kicks butt! a bit too expensive for me

2. unregistered

Does it come with gold chop sticks??

3. unregistered

Wonder what it does if a call drops? LOL

4. rushlife.cn unregistered

you should take a look at the video of ads, it is so cool!!

5. T-Money3000 unregistered

WAAATTAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

6. burymeinblack

Posts: 19; Member since: Apr 30, 2008

To Phone Arena: Master Lee was a master of Kung-Fu. Not Karate. Don't mean to be a prude or anything. Just thought I'd toss in my two cents. And if I had the money? Hell yeah I'd get it!

7. MasterLi unregistered

Second that! KungFu = Chinese, Karate = Japanese. Don't mix them up. And about the phone? Hell yeah! I want it bad! Just look at the strap!!! Does it have Bruce Lee's voice as ringtone??? :)

10. unregistered

umm, phone arena does say kung-fu, and if u wanna be a prude about it, TECHNICALLY bruce wasnt known for his kung-fu but for "jeet'kwon do"..HIS own style..so HAH :P

11. burymeinblack

Posts: 19; Member since: Apr 30, 2008

The original text read "karate" and not kung fu. And his style was called Jeet Kune Do not Kwon. And he WAS known for his kung fu in movies. Jeet Kune Do was not written until the better part of his last days. Pay attention and read before you post.

12. unregistered

6,7,10,and 11 wow u argued about absoluetly nothing do u all feel proud of yourselves

8. jrcrow unregistered

lol!..comes with gold chopsticks and a list of his favorite foods and defeated opponents!..lol!!!

9. hahhaa unregistered

hahaha this is pretty cool even though i'm a big fan of bruce lee this is little too much but it's alright i guess

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