Nokia has a long history of developing "fashion phones," combing elements of high-tech and fashion together in stylish (and  expensive) handsets. The 7900 is just such a phone. These renderings are subject to change, but certainly reveal a rather attractive phone. The keys are arranged in a triangle pattern, with a similar pattern mirrored on the back of the phone. There looks to be an offset D-pad, as well as purple backlighting. Blegh. Specs are spartan at the moment, but it’s clear that the phone features UMTS, 1GB of internal memory, 230 hours of standby and 3 hours of talktime, and a 240 x 320 screen. Not bad, not great, but there real virtue here is in the design. Expect this to be confirmed, or denied, but Nokia in the coming weeks.