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Nokia 7070 Prism

 Nokia 7070 Prism Discontinued
2nd April 2008

One of a batch of four phones aimed at "emerging markets", the Nokia 7070 Prism is a stylish and very inexpensive fashion phone, and is the third handset in Nokia's quirky "Prism" series.

Coming in at just €50 (or around £35 or $70), the 7070 Prism is almost as cheap as a colour mobile phone can get.

The feature list is pretty short - the Nokia 7070 Prism has a 128 x 160 pixel TFT display, an indicator light on the outside, it supports GPRS for basic web browsing and it has an email client too. MP3 ringtones are supported, and the internal memory is 11MB which is a fair amount for a basic phone.

There's no camera or multimedia player, and the Nokia 7070 Prism doesn't support Bluetooth, but it still offers good value for money at 50 euros a pop.

It's a lightweight phone, coming in at 78 grams. Talktime is up to 5 hours with a maximum of 20 days on standby, which is impressive.

Despite the low cost, the Nokia 7070 Prism will most likely sell on looks rather than price. Although the "prism" design isn't to everyone's taste, the 7070 certainly delivers a lot of "wow factor" for the money.

Nokia say that the 7070 Prism will be available during Q3 2008 in Black/Pink and Black/Blue combinations.

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Nokia 7070 Prism at a glance

Available:

Q3 2008

Network:

GSM 900 / 1800 or
GSM 850 / 1900

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

128x160 pixels

Camera:

No

Size:

Compact clamshell
88 x 44 x 16mm / 78 grams

Bluetooth:

No

Memory card:

No

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Yes

GPS:

No

Battery life:

5 hours talk / 20 days standby

 

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