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I had this phone about 5 years ago and recently found it in my drawers again so I thought I'd have a play around on it.
It is a relatively light, pretty small, really comfortable phone and in its day, it was a really innovative, refreshing phone. The buttons are triangular shaped and the way they all fit together makes the keypad look like very quirky. Its style and design truly is like no other phone in the market so if you're just looking for a simple phone I'd highly recommend mixing it up from the crowd and choosing this phone.
Nowadays, its technology is outdated, it has Bluetooth capability, a 2 Mega Pixel camera, limited access to the internet but no touch screen. These limited features rule most of the current market out of purchasing one, however, it is a perfect buy for someone who simply wants a phone to text and call on.
Its operating system is exactly like all Nokias of the past - incredibly easy to use, perfect for someone with limited knowledge of technology.
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This handset is very stylish as well as looking unusual and being excellent value for money!
The handset features prism shaped buttons and camera lens which all add to the unique look of the phone, which to be honest, was one of the main reasons that I chose it. The themes and backgrounds on the phone also complement its prism design and make it look fab. The wallpapers are extremely colourful and a lot more exciting than those you would normally get on a Nokia.
The handset was great value for money. I purchased it in april for about £90 which I thought was cheap and then my dad bought it for £60 last month! It has many features including blue tooth, 2 mega pixel camera (which takes decent quality shots), games, video, internet and all the usual features and gadgets you would expect with a Nokia these days.
Its very easy to use as it has the same menu set up as most other Nokia's so it is easy to pick up. My dad was very impressed with my phone and purchased one for himself which has learnt to use very quickly (and he's normally quite bad with technology!)
The first thing that appealed to me about this mobile phone was the different styling to the others. The phone is prism like (hence the name!) and has a changeable coloured strip at the start. Compared to the other mobile phones, the Nokia 7500 looked fun and individual.
The features on it are not the most high-tech but for me appearances were more important than the technology. There is a 2 mega-pixel camera, video- camera, bluetooth and all the other normal features.
I really like the phone, I have always liked Nokia phones as they are quite simple to use and tend to keep things quite basic.
The only down point I can find about this phone is because of the different shape of the buttons and the front of the phone. It is quite hard to text on quickly. However, you do get quite used to this. And Overall, its a fun, attractive phone to buy!