Nokia's Luna: A stylish slider made of glass

Nokia 8600 Luna is a stylish slider made of glass and named after the goddess of moonlight.


Nokia today announced the Nokia 8600 Luna, a new luxury slider handset that combines a soft-touch stainless steel body with a layer of smoked glass. When closed, you can see the illuminated keypad glow and pulsate underneath the glass. Named after the goddess of moonlight, the Luna's features aren't too shabby either--quad-band GSM support, a 2-megapixel camera, a music player, Bluetooth, and a stunning display.

Nokia expects the Luna to be available during the second quarter of the year (which should be pretty soon), and estimated retail price is 700 euros. No U.S. carrier has been announced yet, but since it's a quad-band GSM phone, you could probably try getting an unlocked version for a higher price.

For more photos of this and other new Nokia phones, click here.

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