Nokia 7900 Prism Review: Luxurious Prism

Nokia 7900 Prism
Prism phone come out with two choices. Economical package without 3G represented by 7500 Prism and premium package with 3G is 7900 Prism. Even is considered to be older brother, this 3G Prism still have some weaknesses. Mainly lays in software support and usage of risky OLED display.

Designs concept is the heart of this phone. Still same as former product, light luminescence passing prism area become its main interest.

7900 prism made in a real simple candybar. In a flash it’s not different with 7500. But if we look closely, this prism product is far simpler.

Absence of buttons and addition portal is reason why 7900 called simpler. You will only find mini USB portal on top of phone. The rest, function is delivered to buttons at phone face. It’s including the camera access and volume.

Innovation likely becomes keyword at this fashion product. After diagonal lines access in its surface, 7900 its dare to take the risk applies OLED screen type with 16.7 million color depth (24 bits), QVGA resolution (240x320 pixel), and 2 inches diagonal.

From the specification, there are should be no problem with it screen display. But the problem is OLED type has some insufficiency which make it cannot go in front of TFT strength.

The next innovation is the presence of background lamp which able to personalized. You can combine a number of colors, can be adapted for mood, or applied theme. At least there are 49 colors which can be selected. Background lamp color will appear in keypad part and around the USB port.

Nokia likely is making new boundaries in classifying the products. New phone which is not including E and N series tends to not equipped with open operating system (symbian). Instead, they are equipped by newest java technology and go into S40 newest version category.

Besides design and 3G connection, 7900 still have good music player. The performance is satisfying. Its supports 3D sound output with its “widening” feature. Unhappily, its ability to widen the distance between low and high frequency is less maximally because the speaker ability limits. Best way to listen music is through its figured in headset, that also still relying on USB port. For you music lover and requires 3.5 mm stereo audio port likely must be disappointed with this condition. Nokia 7900 prism is an expensive phone. With its high price we only offered by its attractive designs and dynamic music player. The rest you must please with its average feature.

Nokia 7900 Prism Review
Price range: $250 -$495
- Software version: V 03.40 10-09-07 RM-264
- Screen: OLED, 16.7 million color (24 bit), 240 x 320 pixel, 2 inches
- Camera: 2 Megapixel, 8x digital zoom, flash
- Video recorder: QCIF
- Messaging: sms, mms, email
- Internal memory: 1GB
- Connectivity: Bluetooth, infrared, mini USB
- Browser: Nokia Web Micro browser
- Data Transfer: WCDMA 2100, EDGE, GPRS 10
- Audio File: MP3, AAC, eAAC+
- Video file: MPEG-4, 3GP
- Network: WCDMA 850/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Dimension: 11.2 x 4.5 x 1.1 cm
- Weight: 101 grams
- Battery: Lithium ion, 830 mAh
- Feature: Voice recorder, Java MIDP 2.0 and CLDC 1.1,, Music Player, Speakerphone, Push To Talk, PIM, Voice command

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Anonymous Anonim said ... (5 maj 2008 në 9:56 e pasdites) : 

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