Nokia released two new 8800 models today, both of which put the previous
Features are also improved over the original 8800. Included are a 16 million color display, 3G support, 1GB of integrated memory, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and, to keep away those pesky finger smudges, the handsets feature an antifingerprint coating on the metal and glass surfaces. Still another innovative offering is a "turn-to-mute" feature, which allows you to quiet the phone's ringer by turning it screen-side down.
But all that flash will cost you some cash. The 8800 Arte is 1,000 euros ($1,462) and the 8800 Sapphire Arte is 1,100 euros ($1,682). That's a lot to pay for a cell phone but you do get a leather pouch, a desktop stand, and a Nokia BH-803 Bluetooth headset.