Wednesday, August 15, 2007


Nokia introduces the Prism range of mobile phones in Europe


Nokia launched the new range of mobile phones 'Prism' in Europe.This new 'Prism'collection has a unique attention-drawing aspect,making it indeed very interesting,that feature is the type of
screen used,namely an OLED,of the type Gorden raved about in April.While the benefits of the
enhanced colour gamut and contrast ratio may be lost on a mobile phone, its size and power reductions will be of more use.Not to mention the promise of the technology proliferation out to a wider range of devices where the advantages can be more widely realized.
The Nokia 7900 Prism and the Nokia 7500 Prism are the two phones on offer.The former has a
2 Megapixel camera,and a1GB of internal memory for storing music,video and so forth,3G
connectivity so you can download media from Nokia's online services when launched.They also
offer what Nokia calls" living wallpaper"which changes the display background based on signal
strength,time of day and battery life.The Nokia 7500 Prism is a more music oriented device and
offers upto 9.5 hours playback and can pull files from a micro-SDcard,while elsewhere the features are pretty much the same.Nokia is aiming the two devices at "style-conscious" consumers,although with pricing at $400 for the Nokia 7900 Prism and $210 for the Nokia 7500 Prism you'll probably find both devices free on your network of choice before long.