Nokia goes Supernova with new handsets

Nokia's 7610 Supernova absorbs a note or two from the iPhone's design tune, without it being in the service of an Instinct-like cloning operation. It's a smartphone with extensive customization options. Unfortunately, I couldn't get through more than a couple of paragraphs of the press release's brain-damaging prose, and therefore cannot report any of its characteristics. The 7510 model is a little more old fashioned. It has a 2mp camera, a 512 microSD card and will be offered for €180 later this year. Here's the mugshot:
A 7310 model has "daring 3D textured designs" in colors featuring more randomly-prepended exotic nouns than a Sherwin Williams catalog. "Wasabi" green, anyone? It'll be €155 in the second quarter. Nokia's last new model is the 7210, for €120, whose attributes are best summed up by noting that whereas the 7310 was offered in "candy pink," this one instead comes in "bubble gum pink." Press releases [Nokia]

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3 Responses to Nokia goes Supernova with new handsets

  1. Benny says:

    Super Block Quote controls great!

    But what was that post about, something about balls, and bouncing… um… well SUPER BLOCK QUOTES CONTROLS GREAT!

  2. arkizzle says:


    Never saw it before, didn’t know what it was.. LOVE IT!

    (yes, I’m shouting a lot)

  3. CraziestGadgetsdotcom says:

    YES! Super Block Quote is back!!!!!!!! well played Rob.

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