Lusting after Nokia phones can be a bad habit, especially if you feel that you need to own most of the beauties that they dish out. A glance at the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte leaves you captivated. The strong use of carbon fiber mixed titanium and stainless steel accentuate the polished glass finish. With innovative features like tap-for-time, the current time can be invoked on to the display by merely tapping twice the steel surface under it. A 3.2MP camera captures crisp shots and displays them on the OLED screen, where as the 4GB built-in memory is sufficient to store them. The anti-fingerprint coating keeps away the smudges and the all-in-one microUSB connector makes hooking up to devices easy and fast. Offering 3G connectivity, it’s in the same league as most modern phones. The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte will be available in the 3rd quarter of 2008 with an estimated retail price of 1,100 Euros exclusive of subsidies and taxes. More shots of the handset in the gallery.