There are currently three models in the L’Amour collection available on the market, all in various shades of gold or coffee brown. The new models veer away from that colour scheme, offering phones in powder pinks and blacks.
First up in the collection is the 7390, Nokia’s first 3G fashion phone. It features a three megapixel camera and WCDMA high-speed connectivity. It comes in either bronze black (to echo “cigar parlours and oak-panelled studies of a bygone era”, according to Nokia) or powder pink.
Then there is the 7373, which features ethnic patterns, a compact swivel design, a two megapixel camera and a music and video player with twin stereo speakers. It comes in bronze black, powder pink and black chrome.
Finally there is the 7360, which boasts a design inspired by metal, leather and transparent surfaces. Features include a stereo FM radio and integrated camera and mp3 ring tones. It comes in powder pink only, which Nokia expects will be popular with female mobile phone users.
More information at www.nokia.com.au
|The Nokia 7390|