Nokia launches new L'Amour collection

Nokia has taken inspiration from tribal and 'nouveau-ethnic' art in its new range of L'Amour phones. Heading up the trio is the 3G-enabled clamshell, the 7390 (pictured) that also comes in a black version to appeal to the more masculine crowd. A powder pink model targets the dames. With a three- megapixel camera with autofocus and flash and video calling capabilities, the 7390 also flaunts a ceramic style shell and leather panelling.

The swivel action 7373, takes the form of its predecessor, the 7370 but is this time endowed with a two-megapixel camera, music player with one button access and a matching fashion Bluetooth headset, pouch and phone jewellery. The 7373 is available in Powder Pink, Bronze Black and Black Chrome.

Lastly the 7360 candybar is the entry-level model of this ostentatious phone range. Features are basic with a VGA camera, embedded stereo FM radio, MP3 ringtones heading the line-up. The 7360 arrives in two colour options: Powder Pink and Black Chrome.

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