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Nokia 8600 Luna

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Spyshots of Nokia 8600 Luna

1 April 2009
  • Excerpt: Finally we have managed to grab hold of pretty sharp live photos of Nokia 8600, also dubbed as Luna. This device has already made several appearances in our news feed - by this time, it has already been approved by FCC, yet there is still no word on its specifications; all we know is that can operate on GSM/GPRS/EDGE, sports QVGA display and Bluetooth connectivity.
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Overall 7

Nokia Luna 8600 (unlocked)

9 May 2008
  • Summary: The Nokia Luna 8600 is a beauty with good call quality, but we didn't fall for its cramped keyboard and its poor speakerphone quality.
  • Pros: The Nokia Luna 8600 has an attractive design, solid call quality, and a decent feature set including stereo Bluetooth, a music player, and voice commands.
  • Cons: The Nokia Luna 8600 has low talk-time battery life and a cramped keyboard. Also, its photo quality and speakerphone performance were poor, and it lacks an expendable memory slot.
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Nokia 8600 Luna Review

19 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Just when we thought that Nokia 8800 Sirocco would be for a long time the ultimate masterpiece of the Finnish giant manufacturer, a new star (or should I say Moon) has risen - Nokia 8600 Luna. The same sophisticated design, classy and mysterious at the same time that Nokia imprinted in all the 8xxx series has been updated to a new standard. Still, a simple question remains: how in the world Nokia could've been so successful with its entire luxurious lineup?
  • Pros: A very nice design that differs from Sirocco's and offers a strong choice to those that are addictive to buy luxurious phones, carried like jewelleries. Even if it lacks power or functionality, I am sure that if you buy the phone you will surely attract curious or jealous looks every time you use it. There is only one thing in the world a (rich) phone freak would want: owning a unique and beautifully crafted handset.
  • Cons: Nokia should work a little bit on sound volume on all the 8xxx series as this is a major problem for all users. Also the battery could be a little bit better, maybe a 1000 mAh Li-Ion battery will suffice. Other than that there's nothing wrong with the phone if we think which segment of buyers it targets. I don't want better camera or sound, I don't need more storage space and I surely don't want my phone to freeze because it has Symbian.
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Expert Review

6 September 2007
  • Summary: The long awaited Nokia 8600 Luna is the latest premium mobile phone to arrive following the drool worthy Nokia 8800 Sirocco. The Luna shares a similar hefty price tag with the Sirocco and has a uniquely quaint design that endows it with distinct character and sophistication. As it is so often practiced by Nokia for their premium models, the Nokia 8600 Luna is very well engineered, and though the styling is not entirely groundbreaking, it is extremely unique.
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Overall 9

Nokia 8600 Luna Review

Phone Arena
10 August 2007
  • Conclusion: Nokia 8600 is a device, inspired by the Roman goddess of moonlight Luna, which is presented by her fascinating beauty and mysterious charm. In the elaboration of the phone attention has been paid to the smallest detail, and the emphasis is put on the unique refinement of the materials used, as the strongest impression is made by the semi-transparent opaque glass.
  • Pros: Unique design and materials, Good display, Quad-band
  • Cons: Weak ring tone of incoming calls, Unsuitable positioning of the antenna, impeding the signal reception
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Nokia 8600

Cell Phone Reviews by Cellphonedia
21 June 2007
  • Excerpt: Nokia 8600: Nokia is stepping up a lot on TV commercials and roadside signboards. It is obvious the company is spending very much on the marketing side. Not only that, the cell phone manufacturing guru is also coming up with unique cell phone names and functionalities. Nokia 8600 code name LUNA is one of the best examples.
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Nokia 8600 Luna

Mobile Review
8 June 2007
  • Summary: The volume of 64-tone polyphony is enough for almost any conditions. The receiving part also does fine, as it equals all other phones of the current generation. The silent alarm is average strength-wise, but can be still felt while the handset is in pocket. The model has already hit CarphoneHouse and in July will arrive in stocks of other major players in other countries. The 8600 will cost you about 700-800 Euro, which is cheaper than the Nokia 8800.
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Overall 8
Features 6
Ease of use 8
Performance 6
Looks 10
Battery performance 6

Nokia 8600 Luna review -

Mobile Choice UK
12 December 2011
  • Pros: Along with the 8800 Sirocco, the Luna is one of the finest-built handsets around with a supreme slider action.
  • Cons: Limited memory hampers an otherwise great-sounding music player, while camera quality is average.
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Overall 6

Nokia 8600 Luna

Trusted Reviews
5 February 2011
  • Summary: This is a well-crafted phone, but it isn't cheap SIM-free. Can its features add value for money?
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Nokia 8600 Luna

TechRadar UK
14 August 2007
  • Excerpt: Nokia's premium range has had everyone from city boys to students drooling since the chrome-clad 8810 first hit the shelves five years ago, and its appeal shows no sign of being different with the latest luxury model - the 8600 Luna.
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