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Well, it's nice to see Nokia potentially on the verge of outing a new and likely pricey handset, purportedly dubbed the 8900. Of course, Nokia is well known for some of its other fancy sets in this line, and while usually a wee bit weak in the feature department, they make up for it with lovely sty

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September 17, 2007 at 6:26PM
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Nokia's 8800 is what you might call a sit-there-and-look-pretty phone; despite its stratospheric sticker price, no one ever asked the Vertu-esque handset (or its North American cousin, the 8801) to lead the pack with its spec sheet. Nonetheless, with over a year of market availability under its bel

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Granted, the Nokia 8801 is nothing new, but its availability on a US national carrier is. The tri-band stainless steel 8801 sports both American GSM bands, EDGE data, an 800 x 600 camera, and 64MB of internal flash -- meager specs considering the asking price, but let's be honest, buying a phone at

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Granted, the Nokia 8801 is nothing new, but its availability on a US national carrier is. The tri-band stainless steel 8801 sports both American GSM bands, EDGE data, an 800 x 600 camera, and 64MB of internal flash -- meager specs considering the asking price, but let's be honest, buying a phone at

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