Nokia’s range of basic phones will soon welcome a new member, in the incarnation of Nokia 7100s.
The 7100s is a little slider designed in the same manner as the Nokia 7610, which, with its 3.2 MP camera, can be seen as the Supernova flagship phone. That’s why the new 7100s might actually be officially released as Nokia 7100 Supernova.
Nokia 7100s, or whichever its name will be in the end, looks cheaper than the 7610 and has fewer features, so it will probably be first outed in emerging markets.
Here is what the phone looks like:
The specs of Nokia 7100s are said to include:
Tri band GSM/EDGE (900 / 1800 / 1900) connectivity
QVGA TFT display with 262K colors
Bluetooth 2.0 & USB 2.0
Opera Mini browser, email
Flash Lite 2.1.1 support
1.3 MP camera
MicroSD card slot
Nokia 7100s (or Nokia 7100 Supernova) should have a retail price of about $280, although for the moment there are no clear details regarding its release.
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