Nokia 7280

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Nokia 7280

The 2G 7280 "lipstick" phone is a mobile telephone model supplied by Nokia. It supports GSM, SMS, MMS, HSCSD, GPRS, and SyncML. It has a VGA camera. Its design features a slider end and a Navi-Spinner in the place of a keypad. As part of Nokia's "Fashion Phone" line, it has black, white and red styling, and a screen that fades to a mirror when inactive. Fortune Magazine listed it as one of the best products of 2004[1] while its design was praised by the jury in the iF product design awards for 2005.[2] The battery could only be replaced by an authorised service center.[3]

Adverts for the Nokia Fashion Collection were directed by photographer David LaChapelle. There are a total of 3 versions of the commercial, each featuring one of the 3 phones including the Nokia 7280. The others are Nokia 7260 and 7270.

The phone is shown in the Pussycat Dolls' "Beep" music video. It was also featured in the music video for "Say I" by Christina Milian.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bonamici, Kate (December 13, 2004), "The 25 BEST PRODUCTS of the Year", CNN
  2. ^ Nokia wins iF product design awards 2005, Technology News Daily, 2005-03-31
  3. ^ Kent German (10 March 2005). "Nokia 7280 (Unlocked) review". cnet. Retrieved 2 March 2018. the 7280 does not have a user-replaceable battery. If it conks out, you'll have to take it to an "authorized service facility,"