Is the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte worth the hefty price tag?

The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte is the third Nokia mobile handset that fills the gad between the standard fashion phones and the extremely out-of-this-world, break-the-bank, make-your-wallet-weep expensive mobile handset, such as the Vertu.

The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte is dress to impress and priced to make you break down and cry, has an OLED screen, 3 megapixel camera, 3G, carbon fibre and titanium and a 4GB inbuilt memory.

The price the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte carries isn’t that much different to the Nokia 8800 Arte or the Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte, but when you consider it is a mobile phone and that there are far more advanced mobile handsets out there, are you prepared to hand over cash just for a name?

Source — GSMarena


2 thoughts on “Is the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte worth the hefty price tag?”

  1. nokia says:

    The Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte is a beautiful presentation from Nokia. It is operational o GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 and UMTS 2100. Its dimensions are 109 x 45.6 x 14.6 mm, and its weight is just 150 grams, making this highly dependable phone easily fit into your palm. The display is made up of scratch resistant glass, with a sapphire gemstone on the d-pad.

  2. Nokia says:

    Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte is made up of carbon fibre, titanium, polished glass, stainless steel. The front part of this device is made up of multi directional navigation D pad and selection push button in centre . There are four soft keys for call control and menu quick start.