Nokia 7710

Published Date
01 - Mar - 2005
| Last Updated
01 - Mar - 2005
 
Nokia 7710
A cursory glance at recent Nokia products, points to an alien race of engineers employed by the Finnish giant. The snake-like button layout of the 7260, absence of a keypad on the 7280, alien symbols etched on the products… evidence of Martians who like to experiment with mind-altering drugs.

In this range of flower phones, the Nokia 7710 resembles a yuppie-with silver hair, a grey suit, and a big, bad, gorgeous screen. At a resolution of 640 x 320, with 65,000 colours and a comfortably-wide viewing angle, the screen is a beauty to behold. With touch sensitivity alongside some nifty software, the unit shines as a personal information device.

Based on the Symbian Series 90 OS, the 7710 has 90 MB of internal memory, expandable to 1 GB via MMC cards. The widescreen is put to good use with an Internet browser, a PIM suite and readers for Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Multimedia dances to an integrated music player with stereo audio, a one mega pixel camera with 2X digital zoom, an extensive set of video features such as playback, streaming and recording, and an FM radio, which the Martians like to call the 'Visual Radio'.

Underlining its yuppie leanings, the 7710 is the businessperson's best friend with support for SMTP, POP3 and IMAP4 e-mail protocols, along with VPN support, Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE, HSCSD (did we mention that the 7710 is a phone?), conference call, fixed dialling number, a flight mode…if you are a gamer (who isn't!), this Nokia promises much love with support for MIDP 2.0 and CLDC.

Nokia 7710*, proof that Martians are a friendly race.

A cursory glance at recent Nokia products, points to an alien race of engineers employed by the Finnish giant. The snake-like button layout of the 7260, absence of a keypad on the 7280, alien symbols etched on the products… evidence of Martians who like to experiment with mind-altering drugs.

In this range of flower phones, the Nokia 7710 resembles a yuppie-with silver hair, a grey suit, and a big, bad, gorgeous screen. At a resolution of 640 x 320, with 65,000 colours and a comfortably-wide viewing angle, the screen is a beauty to behold. With touch sensitivity alongside some nifty software, the unit shines as a personal information device.

Based on the Symbian Series 90 OS, the 7710 has 90 MB of internal memory, expandable to 1 GB via MMC cards. The widescreen is put to good use with an Internet browser, a PIM suite and readers for Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Multimedia dances to an integrated music player with stereo audio, a one mega pixel camera with 2X digital zoom, an extensive set of video features such as playback, streaming and recording, and an FM radio, which the Martians like to call the 'Visual Radio'.

Underlining its yuppie leanings, the 7710 is the businessperson's best friend with support for SMTP, POP3 and IMAP4 e-mail protocols, along with VPN support, Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE, HSCSD (did we mention that the 7710 is a phone?), conference call, fixed dialling number, a flight mode…if you are a gamer (who isn't!), this Nokia promises much love with support for MIDP 2.0 and CLDC.

Nokia 7710*, proof that Martians are a friendly race.

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