Friday, September 30, 2011


Nokia Oro Advantages And Features

Nokia unveils its first ever premium touch smart phone, the gold-plated Nokia Oro. This beast of a phone is a treat for the eyes, and will please the techie-minds as well. The bling Nokia smart phone, a luxury version of the highly customized Nokia C7 smart phone , has been bathed in gold, and studded with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal front keys.

This phone will be a limited edition and the CPU is good considering that this is Symbian and it doesn't require so much resources.

This is Just the third one in Line from the Nokia C7-00 Family. C7-00, C7-00 T Mobile (Deutscheland) Astound and All New Oro. The only difference one can easily say is the Outer Cover! Oro with Gold and Sapphire Crystals.

Why three when one can suffice.

Performance factor: Good Mobile with AMOLED Screen (PS AMOLED is Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode Display), that which is 95% better than current TFT LCDs in the fact of Visibility angle.

But has problems while watching the screen in Heavy Sunlight. Let Nokia Cheer Up. If I ought to buy one. Will Certainly go for C7-00, still admiring Oro for its external beauty.

The back cover is covered by finest quality Bridge of Weir leather, which is actually the best leather material available in market.

The 18k gold frame which has been made scratch-resistant comes along with Corning Gorilla Glass, which makes it stylish as well as tough. Along with the liberal use of gold, that’s a real sapphire crystal in the home key, which makes it eight times sturdier than glass.”

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Gold: Gold never loses its luster. Nokia Oro's luminous 18 carat gold contours shimmer across each key, ensuring that it is as durable as it is desirable. The epitome of luxury.

This radiance is the immaculate result of careful craftsmanship. Every part of Nokia Oro's surface is individually hand polished, one piece at a time, until perfectly smooth. Gold is then applied drop by drop in an intricate coating technique, forming a film so fine it follows every contour. Layer by layer, this process ensures excellent adhesion and a stunning, flawless finish.

Leather: Nokia Oro's gold casing is trimmed with the finest Bridge of Weir™ leather, sourced from prime Caledonian stock, for a timeless, tactile finish and luxurious feel.

The Scottish Highlands rear hardy cattle and strong hides, while good breeding and expert selection provide consistently high quality. Nature meanwhile, ensures that each individual piece of this superb leather is as unique as the full grain hide from which it comes. The leather is taken from the tannery, rolled and cut to preserve its perfection, before being embossed and hand wrapped to your phone.

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Sapphire Sapphire is beauty, constancy and durability. Nokia Oro's sapphire crystal home key executes every task with a touch of flair.

Famed for its magnificent colors and transparency the sapphire has always cast its spell on us. The single sapphire crystal set at the heart of Nokia Oro is cultivated to be both exquisitely beautiful and exceptionally hard. With a durability second only to diamonds, Nokia Oro's sapphire crystal home key offers a valuable combination of elegance and endurance that will retain its exquisite appearance far into the future.

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    • 8MP camera with dual led flash and HD video recording.
    • Symbian Anna OS
    • 8GB of internal storage capacity. And Extendable memory up to 32GB can be upgraded via a microSD card.
    • Nokia Oro also comes with the basic packs of WiFi,
    • Along with a t 3.5" AMOLED display.
    • Resolution: 16:9 nHD (640 x 360 pixels) AMOLED
    • Capacitive touch screen
    • Orientation sensor (accelerometer)
    • Compass (magnetometer)
    • Proximity sensor
    • Ambient light detector
    • Physical keys (menu key, call key, end key, power key, lock key, volume keys, voice key, camera key)
    • Finger touch control
    • On-screen alphanumeric keypad and full keyboard
    • Dedicated camera and volume keys

    Enjoy superior sound quality with this unique, award-winning wireless headset. Ultra sleek and compact, the Nokia J Bluetooth headset is crafted from premium materials with 18-carat gold plating and brushed stainless steel. Plus the in-ear design, automatic volume adjustment and noise cancellation feature ensure the highest quality audio in all environments.

    Make a lasting impression with the limited edition Nokia Oro smart phone. Bringing together 18-carat gold plating, the finest hand-wrapped leather and a sapphire crystal home key, this exclusive touch-screen phone is the epitome of style and elegance. It also boasts an AMOLED glass display for viewing HD videos and full web pages.

    Many of the best apps around come preloaded on your Nokia Oro, like an app for Facebook and Twitter and apps for business, maps and more. But this is only the beginning. At Ovi Store there are apps for everything, from travel to the latest health and beauty news – with more added every day. Apps that make life a bit better and easier, and apps that always keep you up to date.


    The new Nokia Oro has once again lived up to standards and expectations from Nokia faithful's worldwide. Not only are these phones competing with other OS's and giving them a run for their time, they are also giving users far more experience and richer features that they can really ask for.

    I personally feel Nokia has carved a niche for themselves by sticking to the Symbian OS. This kind of OS helps sets the tone and speed in the mobile phone community even if most people consider it a dying breed by catering for those who still believe that nothing compensates an OS like Symbian.

    If the Symbian OS was to be obsolete and warranted a change, Nokia wouldn't have made the Anna OS which is a direct competitor other OS like Android and the likes which are equally good as well. I believe people also have a choice to change phone models if they like but not to bash them simply because they feel left behind.

    Now a days, Mobile phones aren't made for everybody so therefore, although, people  have a right to complain, they should compare with adequate research and history. I would advise people to stick to their pocket restrictions and stop whining about what they can't afford.

    It also pays to note that Nokia as a company are not the type that embrace change without testing the changes. After all, Nokia was a late comer in the 5MP category but we can all attest to the fact that theirs is one of the very best in the market today.

    Thankfully, though there are many to complain about Nokia, Nokia is still number one and will hopefully remain this way for a long time to come.


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