Monday, September 22, 2008

Nokia 7710 is a unusual phone




The 7710 is based on the Nokia 7700 which was never released. It is Nokia's first, and so far only, smartphone to run the Series 90 GUI atop the Symbian OS.
Compatible with GSM/HSCSD/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800/1900 MHz networks, the 7710 features a wide, touch-screen colour LCD with a resolution of 640 x 320 pixels and 16-bit colour depth, which also boasts a special power save mode activating only 640 x 64 pixels of the display. It has 90 MB of internal memory supported by a 128 MB MultiMedia Card (MMC). The external memory can be upgraded up to 2GB.
Featuring an integrated Megapixel camera with a maximum resolution of 1152 x 864 pixels and 2x digital zoom, the 7710 also has an integrated FM radio, as well as Bluetooth, USB and Nokia's proprietary Pop-Port interface for connectivity purposes.
Offering a broad range of software, the 7710 includes much of the application suite to be found in the Series 80-based Nokia 9300 and 9500 communicators, such as a complete PIM suite; an XHTML compatible Internet browser with Flash 6.0 Support; e-mail client supporting SMTP, POP3 and IMAP4; an office suite comprising Word Processor, Spread-Sheet and a PowerPoint viewer; timed profiles; SIP VoIP support and more. In addition, the 7710 also supports Java MIDP 2.0 applications.
Moreover, the Nokia 7710 also offers multiple-format video recording courtesy of its integrated digital camera, supporting QCIF resolution at 17 FPS in MPEG4, H.263 and Real Video 8 formats - for which the device also supports full-screen playback at 15 FPS. Additionally, a music player supports MP3, AAC, RealAudio 7 and 8, WAV, MIDI and AMR formats, whilst picture viewing is also in place with support for JPEG, GIF, WBMP, BMP, MBM and PNG formats.

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