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The luxury Nokia 8801 slider is making its way to T-Mobile, an operator that doesn't usually get the high-end phones. We did a hands on with the 8801 last week, and gave it the old two thumbs up.

This is a slick little phone, made of stainless steel and gumption. Not very many features—strangely enough, it's very reminiscent of the RAZR on the design front, if not partially on the UI—and it screams "Sell me to rich people."


This is a phone that's going to be sold for its looks and not its features, but to recap, it's got Bluetooth and MP3/AAC support—the bare minimum for any higher-end phone these days.

Press Release [Mobile Burn]