Friday, July 25, 2008

Nokia SuperNova - Multimedia redefined in 2G handsets

The Supernova collection has hardly been the industry's best kept secret (one of the devices is already selling) but its official announcement still gives the fans something to cheer about. These devices includes some of really cool features, a style enthusiasts worth their salt. The devices participated in SuperNova series are 7610, 7510, 7310 and 7210; out of which 7610 slider device is already hitting the European markets.

It comes with 3.2 MegaPixel autofocus camera supported by dual LED flash and 16M color QVGA screen. On the communication front this sleek (98mm x 48mm x 15 mm, 99 gms) and stylish device is armed with EDGE and GPRS service but (unfortunately) 3G is missing. The final extras include stereo Bluetooth (A2DP), microUSB slot and 30MB of internal memory (expandable upto 2GB through the microSD card slot) as well as FM radio. Other features also include, TV-out connectivity, Java MIDP 2.1 and Yahoo! Go

A really cool feature of the Nokia 7610 Supernova allows the keypad illumination color and the theme to be changed automatically depending on the current environment. Its look like Nokia is reincarnating the Xpress-On covers which was a huge hit in the ’90s. Thanks to the Supernova series and some added variation to the timeless accessory, Nokia might have a new best-seller here for fashionistas and the like.

Though this series positioned for the style seekers with some really good bundle of features, I think, missed out on some of the functionality front. No WLAN support, no 3G and using Series40 OS, but whatever feature set available is enough to rock-on the markets worldwide.


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