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Nokia's L'Amour Collection: the Nokia 7380, 7370, and 7360

Peter Rojas

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Nokia 7380

Much as we love saying "L'Amour" in a breathy whisper, we're probably not the target demo for Nokia's new "L'Amour Collection" of fashion phones (though we did hear a rumor that Nokia was bringing Enigma out of retirement for the launch party). Read on for details about the Nokia 7380, 7370, and 7360.

Nokia 7380

We already hit up the Nokia 7380 yesterday, but in case you missed it, this one?s a follow-up to the 7280 that runs Series 40 and has tri-band GSM/GPRS, a two megapixel digital camera with flash, and a 208 x 104 pixel, 65,000 color display. Retail price should be about ?500.

Nokia 7370

Next up is the Nokia 7370, a tri-band GSM/GPRS phone that?s really the pick of the three (if you?re looking for a more full-featured handset, that is). This one runs Series 40 and has a QVGA (320 x 240 pixel), 262,000 color display, a 1.3 megapixel camera, video ringtones, stereo speakers (very, very tiny stereo speakers), Bluetooth, and an integrated FM tuner. Expected retail price: ?300

Nokia 7360

Rounding things out is the Nokia 7360, a, um, more budget model that runs Series 40 and has a lower-res 128 x 160, 65,000 color display, a triband GSM/GPRS, and a VGA camera (no mention of Bluetooth). Should retail for ?200.

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