By: Samir Makwana, The Mobile Indian, Mumbai
Last updated : August 24, 2013 5:50 pm
Nokia's new Luna Bluetooth headset is light, easy to use and handy to carry around
Handy design with matte finish
Quick NFC pairing
Connect two phones at the same time
Odd location of the tiny multifunction key
No A2DP support
Earlier this year, Nokia had announced Luna BH-220 Bluetooth mono headset, its new Near Field Communications accessory. Of the several fancy and costly Bluetooth accessories available in the market, very few actually support Near Field Communication. Bluetooth enabled headsets basically give your hands the freedom to engage in something other than holding the phone to your ear.
Nokia has been experimenting with shapes and has finalized on the colours to be used for its accessories-black, white, cyan, blue, green and fuchsia. We got our hands on the fuchsia coloured Luna Bluetooth headset. Here is our account of using Luna with two devices: Nokia 808 PureView and Samsung Nexus S.
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