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Ilse Jurriën : May 17th 2009 - 23:10 CET

Nokia Supernova 7610 review


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NokiaNokia Supernova 7610 review at LetsGoMobile : Nokia is known to divide its GSM devices into various categories. These categories can be recognized by the first figure of the type number. The 1*** series for example, is the simplest model. The series 6*** and 9*** aim at the corporate user. The 8*** series phones have a more stylish appearance, whereas the 7*** series is the trendy line of the Finnish company. Most mobile phone users are aware of this, therefore the consumer often knows in advance which series appeals most to him or her.

• Read the full Nokia Supernova 7610 review at LetsGoMobile.
Nokia Supernova 7610 review

Nokia Supernova 7610 review - Digital photo and video camera
LetsGoMobile adds: "The 3.2 megapixel digital picture and video camera of the Nokia 7610 seems somewhat outdated at this time and age. Although we have to say that this handset was not launched in the market as 'the new cameraphone' of the Finnish company. Still, the camera is not as bad as we thought at first. You can make nice pictures using the auto focus. Thanks to the Supernova's AF assist lamp, you can even make a good picture in badly lit circumstances. Additionally, you can adjust the white balance of the camera, but since shutter speed and ISO values cannot be adjusted, there is no chance of shooting high quality pictures."

Nokia 7610 Supernova review

Nokia 7610 Supernova review
Nokia has been solid as a rock for years now. The Finnish company always tops the list of the most popular mobile phone brands. Its extensive assortment of mobile phones never fails to astonish the world. The company continuously develops innovative solutions. And now, Nokia once again aims at the trend-sensitive consumer with the new Supernova series. Whether or not this will prove to be a successful move, you can read in the Nokia Supernova review.




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