There is no denying it. The Nokia 7900 Prism cellphone is a head hunter... in both good ways and bad. Friends adored its sheer black casing, while colleagues gawked in horror at the strange looking prism-shaped keypad.
In the words of a colleague, the phone is ugly with a capital U. But love or hate the prism design, the beauty of the device really lies in its size. It is just a tad longer than a standard name card.
The glossy black shell is also really pretty and the hot pink keypad light gives the gadget an edge.
In the event that you want to match the colours of the keypad to suit your outfit, this gadget also lets you pick and choose from a whopping 49 shades, very impressive!
True to the phone's minimalist look, the device is very sleek and it is hidden away at the top edge of the gadget. Nokia has even banished a protruding Power button, using the standard end Call button as the power switch instead. Boasting a two-megapixel and 8X digital zoom camera, most of the shots were sharp and clear. The sound quality of the gadget is very impressive - listening to the band Oasis was a blast.