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There are any number of shops around the world that'll happily apply some excessive opulence to a 8800 Sirocco Edition for the appropriate amount of coin, but is Nokia itself getting in the game? This \"Sirocco Gold\" looks legit enough -- as does its packaging -- and rumors are swirling that the pho

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April 14, 2007 at 6:18PM
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We're not sure what the story is behind this shining example of modern excess, but we think it's safe to say that taking a Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition (not a cheap phone to begin with) and tacking on this amount of designer hardware sends the sticker into Vertu territory and beyond. This fashion sli

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We bet you didn't know that this was the punchline to the question, \"What's better than a Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition?\" Sho' nuff, Roxy Music's own Brian Eno (and creator of the Windows 95 \"Start\" sound clip -- betcha didn't know that, either) is blessing ten of the high-end Nokia sliders with his e

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One might think that a Lamborghini owner would be more the Vertu type, but alas, it's Nokia proper that's partnering with the Italian marque to produce a phone worthy (apparently) of bearing the charging bull crest. The high-end 8800 was recently reworked and re-released as the Sirocco Edition; the

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While Nokia's just now starting an up-market push in the States with its older 8801, it looks like the freshened model (pictured right) is starting to filter through Europe in earnest after making some cameos last month. Newly dubbed the \"Sirocco Edition\" but wearing the same 8800 badge, the Vertu

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