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Nokia announces 7610 Supernova

by on01 July 2008


Sliding chameleon


Nokia recently announced a new series of handsets called Supernova. These series feature Xpress casings, so swapping cases will be a breeze.

The first model is called 7610 Supernova, and it’s a slide-phone based on the S40 platform. It features a 3,2 megapixel camera with a double LED flash and 8x digital zoom. This model also features a TV-out so you can view your photos on your TV. The camera can also record video up to 15fps, which you can also view on your TV.


The dimensions are 98 x  48 x 15 mm and it weighs in at 99 grams. Working frequencies are Quad-band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz.

The display is QVGA and it measures 2 inches in diagonal. It packs a resolution of 320 x 240 and shows up to 16.7 million colors.

Of course, there’s an FM stereo radio with RDS and media player supporting MP3, AAC and eAAC formats. This model also features a 2.5 mm audio out, Bluetooth 2.5 and a USB port.

Internal memory is 64MB and it also comes with a microSD slot supporting up to 2GB.

An interesting feature is the innovative function called Theme Colorizer. Theme Colorizer lets you capture a color with your camera, and make your display and keys glow in that color. It sounds nice, and we can’t wait to see it in action.

You can expect this model sometime in Q3 this year priced at €225.

You can find out more here.

Last modified on 01 July 2008
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