Nokia 7390 : Style With Sophistication

By: Bradley Ben

Nokia and its competitors are launching new mobile products in the global market. With changing needs, attitudes, and lifestyles - consumers preferences are also changing. So, why everyone would use the same type of mobile phone. Considering manufacturers point of view, they are facing more rivalry in the global mobile phone market. And, the frequent launch of mobile products with their short product-life cycle are also some important things that need to be considered.

Crossing all the barriers, Nokia has maintained its stature in the mobile world. With its innovative and technologically rich mobile products - Nokia mobile devices are more efficient and reliable. And, that's the reason why, in spite of launching new products in the market, Nokia makes its business more successful. For example, in case of designer phones, Nokia's L'Amour collection devices are still making good business in the market.

In the designer phone portfolio, Nokia has again come up with a new and powerful 3G model, the Nokia 7390. With its sleek and elegant profile, the device looks more appealing. Boasting an array of premium features, the handset truly complements its fashion stature. Flip open the phone and enjoy browsing exciting features with a touch of your fingertips.

The Nokia 7390 comes in two attractive colours including Bronze Black and powder Pink. Almost all fashion phones from Nokia are inspired by the ethnic and tribal art and have been inordinately crafted and designed to suit today's modern lifestyle. Empowering WCDMA, HSCSD, EDGE and GPRS - enjoy seamless connectivity on the go.

In addition, the Nokia 7390 offers digital and multimedia experience before the user. The device comes packed with a 3.0 mega-pixel camera, music player, MIDI ringtones and microSD memory card support - capture special moments, play your favourite tracks and more. Watch videos and phone features on a large QVGA screen and feel the difference. All-in-all, its an excellent phone.

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