The 8800 has a 208x208 pixel screen, Bluetooth, FM radio, tri-band, 0.5MP camera and about two days stand-by from the battery
The 8800 is one of the best-looking and solidly constructed mobiles we’ve seen in eons. While some phones seek to fool you with expensive-looking facades, its laser-cut, stainless-steel plating feels as weighty as an ingot, and emits a satisfying clunk every time you flick open the keypad.
It's light and tidily proportioned – and any phone with ringtones composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto is all right by us.
Beauty and brains
Nokia 8800 review
Forget your Vertus and V3s – the 8800 is the new It Phone for exhibitionists. We’re expecting swords at dawn with Motorola’s Slvr