So the phone everyone thought was going to be the 7310 classic (Nokia's been in the habit of appending "classic" to midrange phones lately, don't'cha know) turns out to be the 7310 Supernova, a rather fantastical name for a rather ordinary candybar. The phone's now available in parts of Asia -- and probably won't make it outside of the Asian market, either, on account of a triband GSM radio that mopes along at EDGE speeds. Series 40 comes through loud and clear on a 2 inch QVGA display, while an FM radio, 2 megapixel camera, and microSD slot should be enough to keep users entertained for a while. Look for the 11.95mm-thick chunk of mirror finish to retail for something in the range of $230 in pink or blue.

[Via Slashphone]

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