Nokia N96 Bruce Lee Special Edition

nokia-n96-bruce-leeBruce Lee is a martial arts legend. And Nokia is a living mobile legend. So why not make a Bruce Lee edition of a Nokia phone? And what better handset to choose than the N96 Nseries flagship?

That’s right, Nokia has recently released, in Hong Kong, the Nokia N96 Bruce Lee limited edition phone.The handset has Bruce Lee’s face and signature on the back case, and it’s packed with rare photos of the legendary actor. The phone further comes bundled with several accessories and a Bruce Lee doll, made by a company called Enterbay.

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There is a Flash website especially created to promote the Nokia N96 Bruce Lee edition. Unfortunately, it loads and works quite slow, even if you have a good Internet connection.

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The Bruce Lee Nokia N96 costs 8,788 Chinese yuan (about $1,286) and it can be bought form here. Apparently, you have to know how to read Chinese to complete the purchase.

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And here’s a promotional video for Nokia N96 Bruce Lee Edition:

Source: UnWiredView

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