My long long overdue review on the Nokia BH-905 Bluetooth headset.
The Nokia BH-905: Old College Try at Excellence
A brief intro
Wireless headsets have been in trend for many years now, but to some extent failed to grasp a pole position in the mainstream market. Blame the shabby quality of music, the complication in wireless pairing protocols, or even quote health reasons; everyone had their own grounds against Bluetooth headsets. But today, in a world where everything is just a click away, wired headsets have become nostalgia of the long gone days. And when it comes to the Nokia BH-905 above all, you don’t need a good eye for understated fashion. Long story told short, it is among the very few high-end Bluetooth headphones with absolutely fantastic sound quality rivalling that of dedicated wired headsets from Nokia itself and many other manufacturers alike. “A Symphony of Sound and Silence” catchphrase accompanies the product name, and I personally think it fits on the mark.
With a starting price of USD249 (I think!) or GBP165, the Nokia BH-905 doesn’t come cheap however. In reality, for a hundred bucks lesser, there are plenty of other equalling headsets in the market. In view of the fact, what would actually convince prospective buyers of this high-end Bluetooth headset, with the exception of its fantastic looks? As usual, I shall go over the pros and cons of this gadget, from my perspective of course. Enjoy reading!
It’s a shame that the magnificent Nokia BH-905 Headset has to go off tomorrow, back to where it came from (WOMWorld/Nokia). I truly enjoyed this high-end device from Nokia, and here are some pictures to proof! Full gallery can be found on Flickr.
Note: All images were taken using Nokia E72
Review of the Nokia BH-905 coming soon!