Nokia 7900 Prism Review0
With incoming calls the ringtone is very loud and you are not likely to have any problems hearing it, even in noisier places. You can only feel the vibration if you’re carrying Nokia7900 Prism close to your body, for example in the pocket of your close-fitting jeans.
The sound that you’ll hear through the phone is medium loud, it is clear and distinct, but the voices sound unrealistic and muted. All the time you’ll hear background noises, which is rather off-putting and annoying.
On the other hand, the person at the other end shall not have any problem with the sound volume, which is really high. Although the sound is clear, the voices are unrealistic and some sounds are reproduced louder than normal, which sometimes results in unintelligibility.
According to official data from the manufacturers, the phone can last for 3 hours of talk time, which is very short, compared to the current standard.
Although a phone is primarily intended for talking, we are all keen on the latest trends in the area and we demand that our phone incorporates all possible extras and that it looks good, too. Well, 7900 does not exactly fit into this picture, but the manufacturers are worth a praise for the precision with which the phone is made, for having paid attention to the smallest detail in order to achieve the desired result, namely an eye-catching designer phone.
Obviously, as far as functions are concerned, there is a lot to wish for as to their improvement, but, unfortunately, this is the reality and the characteristics of this phone are what they are. Maybe we’ll have to wait for a little longer to get the phone that we wrote about in the introduction of this review, but anyway, we can say that with the launch of Nokia 7900 Prism we have gone another step up the ladder.