Nokia 7370. Worth a look

Nokia 7370 is a mid range phone from it’s L’amour collection. Designed with a fashion conscious user in mind it doesn’t disappoint. Coming with beautifully crafted golden and coffee brown calor schemes it clearly stands out in a crowded mid-range cellphone field. It’s the first Nokia phone to abandon flip phone form factor in favor of swivel design similar to the Sony Ericsson W900i model. It comes with all standard multimedia feature for this class, including 1.3 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, MP3 ringtones and better then average QVGA (320×240) LCD display and FM radio. One interesting feature, not seen in any other similar mobiles is two stereo loudspeakers covered with metallic grids and able to produce good quality sound and some 3D sound effects. However the phone carries only 10MB of built-in memory with no memory card slot, so your ability to store mp3 files and photos is very limited on this handset.
Full specs of this cell phone include:

  • EDGE tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900
  • Weight: 104 g
  • Dimensions: 88 x 43 x 23 mm, 73 cc
  • 262K color QVGA 240 x 320 pixels display
  • Latest Series 40 user interface
  • 5-way scroll key, 2 soft keys, send and end keys, Camera Key, Volume/Zoom key
  • Dedicated key for landscape video camera mode
  • Integrated 1.3-megapixel camera with full-screen landscape camera mode, with up to 8x digital zoom
  • Black and white, sepia, negative, and multi-shot modes
  • Use saved pictures as screensavers
  • Video recorder and player
  • Supported image formats: JPEG, GIF, EXIF, WBMP, BMP, MBM, PNG
  • MPEG video playback and streaming
  • Visual Radio: Listen to music and interact with your favorite radio stations
    – Find out what song is playing, who sings it, and other artist information
    – Enter contests and answer surveys, vote for your favorite songs
    – Download the songs you buy direct to your phone
  • Digital music supported for the following media type: MP3, AMR, MIDI
  • Video playback formats: H.263 video, MPEG-4
  • FM stereo radio with integrated 3D stereo speakers
  • Integrated music player for MP3/AAC/M4A formats
  • 10 MB built-in memory
  • Multimedia messaging: MMS for creating, receiving, editing, and sending videos and pictures with AMR voice clips
  • Email: Supports SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, and APOP protocols. Support for attachments (view jpeg, 3gp, MP3, .ppt, .doc, .xls, and .pdf files)
  • Text messaging: Supports concatenated SMS, picture messaging, SMS distribution list
  • Presence-enhanced contacts: Check the status of your friends before you call them
  • Games: Phantom Spider Evolution
  • Javaâ„¢ Applications: Javaâ„¢ MIDP 2.0, Visual Radio, world clock, size converter, converter, email 3, translator
  • Supported file formats: Video ringing tones, MP3, AAC, 64-chord/voice polyphonic MIDI ringing tones
  • Pop-Portâ„¢ interface to USB
  • Bluetooth
  • Remote over-the-air (OTA) synchronization with SyncML
  • Local synchronization with PC using PC Suite
  • Browsing
  • WAP* 2.0 xHTML/HTML multimode browser
  • OMA Digital DRM 1.0 – including forward lock for content protection, combined delivery, separate delivery and superdistribution
  • EDGE*: Class B, multislot class 10
  • GPRS: Class B, multislot class 10
  • HSCSD (high-speed circuit-switched data)
  • Video streaming services
  • Exclusive UI themes
  • Voice dialing
  • Voice recorder
  • Integrated handsfree speaker

As withh all the L’mour collection phones the main feature of this one is cool looks. Retailing in the 300 Euros range before subsidies it doesn’t have any outstanding features, but overall package and impressive design makes it worthwhile contender in the field.

Author: Stasys Bielinis

While I like to play with the latest gadgets, I am even more interested in broad technology trends. With mobile now taking over the world - following the latest technology news, looking for insights, sharing and discussing them with passionate audience - it's hard to imagine a better place for me to be. You can find me on Twitter as @UVStaska'

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