After the first official photo of something gets unleashed upon the interwebs, it shouldn’t surprise you if suddenly its first live shots appear as well. And that’s what we have right here, the first live pictures of the Nokia 7310 Classic. In the plastic, in the flesh.
The Nokia 7310 Classic is a stylishly slim S40 candybar phone, measuring in at only 106.5×45.4×11.95mm. However, it’s not one to be considered lightly with regards to features, because this baby packs some great tech inside it in spite.
The screen of the Nokia 7310 Classic will be a 2-inch QVGA one, where you’ll be able to view its 2 megapixel photos nicely (that’s right, no 3.2 meg snappers in here), in 262k vibrant colors. Connectivity is taken care of via a 3.5 mm headphone port, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, and USB connectivity.
The Nokia 7310 Classic looks like, and probably feels like, the Nokia 6300 Classic and the form factor looks like it just added a thick border to the former’s body. We haven’t confirmed when it will officially be released, but we’re told it should be available for about $260 USD once that day comes. Have at a few more live shots courtesy of PCOnline Channel Mobile.
More pics at PCOnline Channel Mobile
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