Black Nokia 8800 Introduced In Russia

Posted: Nov 11 2005, 5:59am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:46pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Black Nokia 8800 Introduced in Russia
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Russia's mobile market is booming like crazy. Luxury mobile phones are a very important status symbol for Russians.

In a recent TV report I saw that the Nokia 8800 is a big seller in Russia. Now Russia gets a black version of the stylish Nokia 8800. The black Nokia 8800 will be exclusive for Russia and Belarus.
Contrary to the iPod nano the Nokia 8800 is scratch resistant.
The Nokia 8800 is available as Nokia 8801 for the United States. Several unlocked Nokia 8801 are available on eBay.
Luxury Retailer Neiman & Marcus is taking also pre-orders for the Nokia 8801. It sells for $899.00, which is more than it sells on eBay for.

You can see lots of hi-res photos of the black Nokia 8800 on (Thanks Alexander S.)

The stainless steel Nokia 8800 sells for 799 Euro without Contract in Germany.
In the UK the Nokia 8800 sells for £579.99.

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