Nokia 8600 Luna: Get Inspired

By: Alice Erin


When it comes to fashion, mobile phones have become the new fashion statement in most of the metrosexual communities. There are a number of designer phones available in the global mobile phone market. Mobile companies are also launching new and innovative handsets that are equipped with latest technologies. As a result, consumers are getting enough options to pick the right choice.

Mobile companies are facing great challenge as leading mobile companies are giving tough fight in the global market. Company like Nokia is also trying hard to maintain its global leadership in the mobile world. But, Nokia has always proved its leadership in the global mobile phone market with the launch of excellent mobile products.

Inspiration can come from any direction and the only thing that matters is how you perceive a thing. The new Nokia 8600 Luna model has also been inspired by the beauty of moonlight. With opaque glass and stainless steel body, its irresistible looks grabs your attention in the crowd. As a successor of the Nokia 8800 and the Nokia 8800 Sirocco, this device looks more cool and appealing.

Built on slider mechanism, the Nokia 8600 Luna comes with touch screen display as well as a keypad for easy navigation of the phone menus. Both aesthetically and ergonomically balanced, the device also supports quad-band GSM and lets you stay in touch with the world wherever you go. The large QVGA, TFT screen provides an excellent platform for shooting pictures with a powerful 2.0 mega-pixel camera.

Most of the phone features of this handset have been borrowed from its predecessors like the camera, stereo Bluetooth, FM radio, etc. But the Nokia 8600 Luna does not support external memory card. With an in-built memory of 128MB, it provides enough space for music, videos, images and other data files.

With its irresistible looks, the Nokia 8600 Luna is sure to change your mobile lifestyle.

Nokia 8600 Luna





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