Psst! Yeah, you! Hey. In case you were interested, a Chinese
site has a bunch of pictures up of the mysterious Nokia
7710 we told you about before, and some specs
too. Apparently the thing has a completely amazing screen (640x320 pixels, 65k colors, but you could totally tell that
by checking out the images), runs Symbian series 90, has 6.6 hours talk time, 11 days standby time, an MMC (or probably
SD) port (thanks Nokia!), 64MB internal flash memory, Bluetooth, FM radio, MP3/AAC audio player, IR, USB, and tri-band
GPS/EDGE support (among other things). That's not too shabby for a Nokia, eh? The gallery is pretty comprehensive (and
slow) so we did you the honor of picking out the best shots. Just click to view on.
P.S. - We apologize for the awful, terrible watermarks, but what can ya do?
Plain shot of the frontÖ but oh, whatís that? Opera mobile browser? Aww yeah.
Top of the unit with camera and control buttons. Looks like no sidetalkiní for us!
Would you look at how tight that screen is?
Seriously. This screen is lookiní mighty fine. Guess this is also how they get around the whole not-having-a-keypad thing.
RealPlayer for Mobile Devices, playing some really artefacty video.
The 7710 up against, you know, a Chinese coin of unknown size. Here you can see the stylus port on the upper right, the data and adapter ports on the lower left, and absolutely definitely no mics or speakers for sidetalkiní.
The 7710 up against a Sony Ericsson P900.
The 7710 with its pants off. Model: XXXX? Nice try Nokia, the catís out of the bag. Note the SD port on the right side of the unit.