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Nokia 7610 now on Nokia.com

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by ShoresGuy, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. ShoresGuy

    ShoresGuy Euer WA Experte in Europa
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    Nokia has finally confirmed the release of its next Series 60 phone, the 7610. It was shown at the CeBIT in Hannover and will be out later this year. Its funky keypad is probably a continuation of the latest out of the ordinary phone designs being pursued by Nokia through the likes of the N-Gage and the 7700.

    Here are some pictures and specs:

    Full Specifications

    Tri-band Operation
    Tri-band coverage on up to five continents (GSM 900/1800/1900 or GSM 850/1800/1900)
    Automatic switching between bands

    Size
    Weight: 118 g
    Dimensions: 108.6 mm x 53 mm x 18.7 mm, 93.5 cc

    Display and User Interface
    Bright active matrix TFT color display
    65,536 colors
    176 x 208 pixel resolution
    Graphical user interface with selectable themes
    5-way navigation key
    Symbian operating system 7.0s
    Series 60 platform

    Integrated Digital 1 megapixel Camera
    Resolution 1152 x 864 pixels (1 megapixel)
    4x digital zoom
    Picture modes: standard, night
    Self timer
    Displayed formats: JPEG, GIF87a/89a, EXIF, DCF, WBMP, BMP, MBM, PNG

    Video Recorder
    Resolution: 128 x 96 or 174 x 144 pixels (Sub QCIF or QCIF)
    Time: Up to 10 minutes
    4x digital zoom
    Viewing formats: 3GPP, MPEG-4, H.263, Real Video

    Memory Functions
    8 MB internal dynamic memory for contacts, text messages, multimedia messages, ringing tones, images, video clips, calendar notes, to-do list, and applications
    64 MB Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (MMC)

    RealOne Player
    Download and play multimedia files (video + music)
    Stream media files through any supported media portals
    Formats: 3GPP, RealMedia, MP3, AAC

    Messaging
    Multimedia messaging: Combine image, video, text and voice clip and send as MMS to compatible phone or PC; use MMS to tell your story with a multi-slide presentation
    Automatic resizing of your megapixel image to accommodate fit MMS. (max.100KB attachment size)
    Email: Access email accounts whether work or personal; supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 protocols
    Text messaging: Supports concatenated SMS; picture messaging; SMS distribution list
    Predictive text input: Support for all major languages in Europe and Asia-Pacific

    Presence
    Instant Messaging
    Presence-enhanced contacts

    Connectivity
    Bluetooth wireless technology
    USB with Pop-Port™
    Local synchronization of contacts & calendar to PC using PC Suite
    Remote over-the-air synchronization with SyncML
    Send and receive images, video clips, graphics and business cards

    Browsing
    Support for HTML, XHTML and WML
    Full-screen mode
    OMA mDRM - forward lock for content protection
    Wallet: Convenient online use and storage of your numbers and passwords

    Data Transfer
    Up to 40.3 kbps in GPRS networks

    Call Management
    Contacts: Advanced contacts database with support for multiple phone and email details per entry, also supports thumbnail picture and groups
    Speed dialing
    Logs: Keeps lists of your dialed, received, and missed calls
    Automatic redial
    Automatic answer (works with compatible headset or car kit only)
    Supports Fixed Dialing Number, which allows calls only to predefined numbers
    Conference call

    Java™ Applications
    Downloadable Java™ MIDP 2.0 applications

    Voice Features
    Voice dialing
    Voice commands
    Voice recorder
    Integrated handsfree speaker

    Digital Services
    Symbian applications available from Nokia Software Market
    Graphics, icons, animations, logos
    Games: Possibility to download new games
    Ringing tones: True Tones, polyphonic tones
    Themes: Possibility to download new themes

    Sales Package Contents
    Nokia 7610 imaging phone
    64 MB Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (MMC)
    Adapter for MMC
    Li-ion Battery Cell (BL-5C)
    Travel Charger (ACP-12)
    USB Connectivity cable (DKU-2)
    Wrist strap
    CD-ROM
    User's Guide

    7610 Product Page

    Pic: [​IMG]
     
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  2. NYCDru

    NYCDru Sprint Newbie
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    And when is this coming out?
     
  3. Fire14

    Fire14 Easy,Cheap & Sleazy
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    Unfortunatly this is another example of Nokia putting out ugly phones again. I just wish they would make a good looking phone with all these features, then i might get excited about it.
     
  4. ShoresGuy

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    Q2 2004 according to the main page of the 7610 product page:

    Main Page

    As for the US, that might be some time if Nokia's release track record continues as before where phones released in Europe came out 2 months or more before the North American version. But that's an educated guess though.
     
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  5. Gabriel

    Gabriel TICUS AD MORTEM
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    i agree with fire14... this phone is not good looking at all...
     
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    agentHibby Iowa Cellular Guru
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    cool bar phone!!
    I still waiting for that Nokia rotary phone coming out on April 1st! LOL! [​IMG]
     
  7. ShoresGuy

    ShoresGuy Euer WA Experte in Europa
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    Hehe me too not that I really want one [​IMG]
     
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    is a one mega pixel camera sufficent to print out a 3x5 or 4x6 picture at photo quailtly?
     
  9. Matt

    Matt Twin girls!
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    Maybe a 3x5, but maybe not. I think a 3MP camera is recommended for 4x6.
     
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    Jack Silver Senior Member
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    Actually a 1 megapixel camera will be good for a max of 3X5

    2 megapixel is about 5X7
    3+ megapixel is for 8X10's and above

    Jack
     
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