I've used Nokia phones for nearly seven years now, and I can pretty much testify to the fact that they are God's gift to the technologically challenged. Not only are they incredibly user-friendly (props must be given to whoever designs the interfaces- and I love playing Snake), they're incredibly resilient (getting dropped on the floor a million times a day and still having a battery life of over 3 days is proof enough of that- I've heard enough of my classmates complaining about fancy phones getting ruined the same way), and they have, in the past, had features that are sheer brilliance as far as design is concerned (like a flashlight...sadly, those got phased out with the Nokia 1100 models). In short, if I have to buy a phone, chances are that I will insist on it being a Nokia.
Therefore, getting news of their collaboration with Frédérique Daubal to bring out the Nokia 7900 Crystal Prism was definitely something that set all the 'want' buttons connected to my inner art geek pinging, even if my unfortunate tendency to lose phones and the € 375 price tag on this one means that my owning it won't happen (it's going to be available in Asia though, so yay for that). Still, from what I can see, it's a stunning piece of work, and I'm certainly happy to be introduced to the work of a very talented designer (graphics as well as fashion- the lady is versatile!). And if my experience of Nokia products in the past is anything to go by, it'll probably be a joy to use.