Nokia 7310 classic spotted along with E66 and E71, Nokia N78 hits the shelves
Images of the Nokia 7310 classic appeared online about a month ago and now we witness its second appearance. Nokia E66 and E71 are obviously getting closer to official announcement too, since numerous images leaked online again.
For the time being there is only scarce info on the future Nokia 7310 classic. It will have tri-band GSM support and will run on the S40 user interface. The Nokia 7310 classic will be targeted at markets such as Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and South America.
Nokia 7310 classic (source: Mobile-review.com)
You may already be well acquainted with the future Nokia E66 and Nokia E71. Numerous images of these Symbian smartphones were spotted online in the recent months. The made their last appearance in the beginning of May. The devices are expected to be officially announced in the beginning of June however nothing is still certain. Today we managed to get hold of some new images - a couple of official photos and a handful of better live pics.
Nokia E66 and Nokia E71 official images (source: GSMhelpdesk.nl)
You can find more info about the specifications of Nokia E66 and E71 in our last coverage here.
Nokia E71: live photos (source: BoyGeniusReport.com)
And the final Nokia story for today is that Nokia N78 has finally started selling. Nokia N78 is a quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE Symbian smartphone with dual-band HSDPA support. The novelties are geotagging and the integrated FM transmitter, allowing music to be played on any FM radio (just like the Sony Ericsson W980 we reviewed recently). It also has a multimedia menu with the same Navi wheel known form Nokia N81. Nokia N78 uses S60 3rd edition, FP2 and has a 2.4" QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT display with 16M colors. It offers A-GPS support, Wi-Fi, 70MB on-board memory, expandable via microSD slot.
Nokia N78 has a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics. It also records video in VGA resolution at 15fps but is still capable of playing VGA video clips at 30 fps.
The connectivity set includes the mentioned Wi-Fi b/g with UPnP, microUSB v2.0, 3.5mm stereo headphone plug and Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP stereo audio.
The official estimated price announced by Nokia was around 350 euro before subsidies and taxes. Currently, it can be found at several online stores at a price of around 600 US dollars (385 euro).