Purple Nokia E72 to become available soon

The Nokia E72 is currently the must-have Nokia Eseries business phone, but so far, it’s been limited to only three rather plain and overused colors (except for the last one): black, gray and topaz brown. However, it looks like things are about to change very soon, and those who would like to express themselves through the color of their handsets will be able to appreciate an upcoming update.

The team from NokiaLB have uncovered what appears to be a new Nokia E72 with a new color casing: purple. It looks to be exactly the same as earlier Nokia E72s, and only differ in its outer appearance. It looks girly, and I know I wouldn’t want to be caught dead holding it, but I’m sure some of the ladies out there would love to have their hands on it.

Although the exact release date of this particular model has not been specified, the purple Nokia E72 should be coming out very soon.

Via NokiaLB

Author: David Gonzales

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  • James W

    Purple is a nice classy colour, why the attack unwired view?

  • http://www.staska.net Staska

    Where's the attack? David just said that in his opinion “purple” color is
    more for girls then guys.

    Well, I agree with that, even if you think we are wrong. We are all entitled
    to our own stereotypes :)

  • James W

    No, he's attack is one dimensional, what is wrong with the color purple, to make an attack on a color bcause it makes you look girly are just the reflections of a shallow society and part of an alpha male ego that state things are unacceptable to us because it's the way society has taught you to be brought up. It also borders along the lines of homophobia too, I am not gay myself but as a columnist for a blog, you should report the facts as they ARE and not state your own bias bigot-like opinion, ''It looks girly, and I wouldn't be caught dead holding it''. This article is so unprofessional from a reader's point of view.

  • James W

    Plus also, girls and women don't mind using so called male colours like ''Blue'' or whatever, I don't see what the big deal about the colour purple is. So, a boy sporting a girly like color is degrading because being a girl is degrading, to take the immortal words out of the Madonna song, you sir should NEVER work for any blog or magazine if your articles are this poorly informed to the general public, has it occured to you youung children may stuble accross your site reading BS like that. I'm not trying to be politically correct, but with an article like that, it makes us wonder whether you've actually left primary school or whether you have an inferiority complex?

  • http://www.staska.net Staska

    Wow. Now that was one angry reply.

    FYI, I don't work for this blog. I own it.

    And for the columnist or even news writer for my blog, I never want for only
    the facts to be reported. That would be republishing press releases. I
    always look for personal opinions.

    And if that means that some of them think color “blue” sounds gay, or color
    “pink” or “purple” seems girly, sorry, but I will accept that.

    I'm not here to fight gender, equal opportunity or any other progressive
    battles you want to fight.

    Lettin a girl in front of me through the door, buying my wife or girlfriend
    flowers on March 8th or Mothers day, letting my wife raise my kid at home
    and paying for that for the first year, if she feels like it, instead of
    forcing her to go back to her job as soon as baby is out of the womb…
    Sorry, but that's what we (alpha) males just do.

    No one ever said anything about degrading women, and if I ever hear or
    notice that on this blog, the writer will be terminated at once. As will be
    anyone doing a real hate speech. FYI. the main writer for this blog, is a
    girl.

    However, if anyone has a knee jerk reaction about someone else's opinion
    about any particular color, sorry, but inferiority complex seems to be with
    him…

    BTW, I just asked my wife (pretty successful entrepreneur by herself), her
    girl friend and my daughter. They all agreed – yep we would love purple and
    pink. It's “girly”. And we love things to be girly – like pink purses with
    Swarovsky crystals, “Hello Kitty” cellphones, or “Betty Boo” handbags.

    Btw., Nokia with L'Amour collection, Samsung with La'Fleur and Diva lines,
    Chanel and Dior phone makers seems to agree that some phones can be more
    “girly” then others…

  • James W

    No, he's attack is one dimensional, what is wrong with the color purple, to make an attack on a color bcause it makes you look girly are just the reflections of a shallow society and part of an alpha male ego that state things are unacceptable to us because it's the way society has taught you to be brought up. It also borders along the lines of homophobia too, I am not gay myself but as a columnist for a blog, you should report the facts as they ARE and not state your own bias bigot-like opinion, ''It looks girly, and I wouldn't be caught dead holding it''. This article is so unprofessional from a reader's point of view.

  • James W

    Plus also, girls and women don't mind using so called male colours like ''Blue'' or whatever, I don't see what the big deal about the colour purple is. So, a boy sporting a girly like color is degrading because being a girl is degrading, to take the immortal words out of the Madonna song, you sir should NEVER work for any blog or magazine if your articles are this poorly informed to the general public, has it occured to you youung children may stuble accross your site reading BS like that. I'm not trying to be politically correct, but with an article like that, it makes us wonder whether you've actually left primary school or whether you have an inferiority complex?

  • http://www.staska.net Staska

    Wow. Now that was one angry reply.

    FYI, I don't work for this blog. I own it.

    And for the columnist or even news writer for my blog, I never want for only
    the facts to be reported. That would be republishing press releases. I
    always look for personal opinions.

    And if that means that some of them think color “blue” sounds gay, or color
    “pink” or “purple” seems girly, sorry, but I will accept that.

    I'm not here to fight gender, equal opportunity or any other progressive
    battles you want to fight.

    Lettin a girl in front of me through the door, buying my wife or girlfriend
    flowers on March 8th or Mothers day, letting my wife raise my kid at home
    and paying for that for the first year, if she feels like it, instead of
    forcing her to go back to her job as soon as baby is out of the womb…
    Sorry, but that's what we (alpha) males just do.

    No one ever said anything about degrading women, and if I ever hear or
    notice that on this blog, the writer will be terminated at once. As will be
    anyone doing a real hate speech. FYI. the main writer for this blog, is a
    girl.

    However, if anyone has a knee jerk reaction about someone else's opinion
    about any particular color, sorry, but inferiority complex seems to be with
    him…

    BTW, I just asked my wife (pretty successful entrepreneur by herself), her
    girl friend and my daughter. They all agreed – yep we would love purple and
    pink. It's “girly”. And we love things to be girly – like pink purses with
    Swarovsky crystals, “Hello Kitty” cellphones, or “Betty Boo” handbags.

    Btw., Nokia with L'Amour collection, Samsung with La'Fleur and Diva lines,
    Chanel and Dior phone makers seems to agree that some phones can be more
    “girly” then others…