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Nokia 8800 Mobile Phones

Keep yourself connected with a little help from Nokia 8800 mobile phones. If you just need the basics to keep you going, you can keep in contact easily with the Nokia 8800 which offers all standard functionalities of a mobile phone.

Originally released in 2005, the Nokia 8800 was marketed as a luxury mobile phone with a stainless steel body and scratch-resistant screen.


The Nokia 8800 has a 64MB internal memory so you can keep all your messages and contacts easily to hand.

The display is Active TFT which has 208 x 208 pixels and a 3D image engine which is specially designed to enhance the graphics.

Unlike modern touchscreen phones, the Nokia 8800 uses a keypad which is protected by a slider. The slider uses ball bearing tracks and a bi-stable spring mechanism, making it easy and secure to use.

Music fans will love the music, which has been composed by Brian Eno and the ringtones which were composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto. If that's not enough, it has a built-in FM radio and a digital music player which can play MP3 and AAC audio so you can listen to your favourite tunes while on the move.

The phone also comes with two batteries, which are specified to last for 1.5 to 3 hours talk time, or when not in use, it will last up to 8 days on standby.

Colours and Styles

Compared to today's touchscreen phones with huge screens, the mid-00s phones look very different. The Nokia 8800 has a 1.7” screen and a sliding keypad for you to type out your messages.

Although the original phone was silver, later versions were also released in gold and black. They also have their own charging port so make sure any Nokia 8800 you buy includes its own charger. The accessories also include a docking station.

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