Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte Specifications and Price. Nokia has released the newArte model into the market w carbon fiber with 3D patterns, titanium, polished glass and stainless steel. The handset will still set you back around US$1,561.59. The 8800 series possibly become the most similar to the Motorola Razrs in laying a number of duplicates. Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte handles like the Artes that came before it and you can instantly feel the heft once you pick up the phone.
Nokia has conservatively kept to a same size and shape for its 8800 series. The sides and one-third of the phone at the back are matte, while the rest of the chassis have glossy touch with underlying 3D themes which help to cover flaws. The anti-fingerprint is available to reduce stains on polished surfaces works as advertised but the 2-inch OLED display isn’t safe from ugly stains.
Since the earlier 8800 Sirocco editions have included better ergonomics with the Arte series’, the keypad is strikingly less rigid when texting. Unfortunately, the tight headroom above the top row of buttons still exists and it’s also not likely to manage the volume while the handset is to your ear as you’ll need to grasp for the uncomfortable tiny D-pad.
Phone type : Slider
Operating system : Others
Dimensions (H x W x D) : 109 x 45.6 x 14.6 mm
Weight : 150g
Built-in memory : 4000 MB
GSM frequency bands : Triband
Connectivity options : 3G, EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth, A2DP, USB
Display and Text Input
Display type : OLED
Max. standby time (in hours) : 300 hours
Battery capacity : 1000 mAh
Max. talktime (in hours) : 3 hours talktime
Maximum camera resolution : 3.2 megapixels
Imaging features : Autofocus
Sound features : MP3 playback, Built-in speakers
Price : $1,561