Nokia 7100 Supernova Slider Phone unveiled

19 October 2008 By Madhur

 

Nokia 7100 supernova

Nokia is going to add another member to its Supernova family. Looking at the images, the phone does resemble the Nokia 6710. It will be an entry level slider handset and will contains some basic features. So the price of the phone will also be quite cheap.

The phone has a QVGA TFT display with 262K colors and is equipped with Symbian 40 operating system. The 1.3 MP camera which comes with it can deliver decent pictures. It will have Tri-band GSM/EDGE (900/1800/1900) connectivity but no 3G support. For music lovers, there will be an mp3 players and a FM radio. For connectivity, Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 can be used. The phone can also be a good choice for using Internet as it comes with Opera Mini browser, Email functionality and Flashlite 2.1.1 support. The memory can be increased by using the microSD card.

The phone seems to be ideal for those who require some basic features and not advanced ones. And looking at its features, the price is not expected to be high. No release date or pricing information is yet known.

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watadza says:

bot the fon thinking tt one can insert a memory card

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