Nokia 7500 Prism

Nokia 7500 Prism
S40 / 2"
Manufacturer: Nokia | Product category: Mobile phones
Form factor Candy bar
QWERTY keyboard No
Platform Nokia S40
Weight 83 g
Measurements (WxHxD) 109 mm x 43,9 mm x 14,4 mm
Display size 2"
Display technology? TFT
Two displays No
Resolution 240 x 320
Colors 16.7M (24-bit)
Touch screen No
Storage memory? 30 MB
Memory card slot microSD
2G networks GSM 850 / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
Offline mode Yes
Bluetooth Yes
A2DP support Yes
Infrared No
Camera Yes
Auto focus No
Image stabilizer No
Camera 2 Mpix
Optical zoom No
Lens cover No
Flash light Yes
2nd camera No
MMS? Yes
Video calls No
FM radio Yes
Web browser Yes
Battery life / Talk 2,8 h
Battery life / Stand-by 280 h
Manufacturer product code(s) 2B8D0 / 2C968 / 2C968
UPC / EAN code(s) 6417182795848 / 6417182795848 / 6417182796128 / 6417182796159 / 6417182831508 / 6417182831508

  • Data (Packet data modes)

    Data transfer modes that are based on packet switching method rather than circuit switching, and offer a much faster and more efficient data transfer. For more information and comparision see for example here.

  • MMS (MMS support)

    Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a standard for telephone messaging systems that allows sending messages that include multimedia objects (images, audio, video, rich text) and not just text as in Short Message Service (SMS).

  • RAM memory (RAM memory)

    RAM (Random access memory ) is the internal memory of the phone used to execute programs etc.

  • Display technology (Display technology)

    Display technology in use. The options (from worse to best) are STN (LCD), CSTN (Color STN), TFT (Thin-Film Transistor), and OLED (organic light-emitting diode). The first three are all based on LCD technology, which unlike OLED, do require backlight.

  • Storage memory (Built-in storage memory)

    Built-in storage memory expresses the amount of memory space available for storage of ringtones, pictures, videos, games etc. The most commonly used memory type is flash.

  Rating: 4 / 5 Value for money: 2 / 5

Ive had this phone since it came out in 2007. Bought it unlocked for 200. Currently I see you can get one as low as $80 brand new.

I would say the phone was overpriced for what it has to offer. Also, the main setback, which is confirmed when you look at phone details is talk time. I think it says 2 hours, but its more like 1,5 hours. And since I havent replaced my batter in the 3 years, its dropped to about 50 min for me.

Other than that, the design is really nice and at the time was a great alternative to Nokia 7900 which was 400 brand new back then. The phone is stylish, but I am about to replace it as it had its time of fame 3 years ago.

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