Nokia Supernova lineup includes 7610, 7510 and 7310
Nokia is obviously prepping a new lady-centric lineup called Supernova. The new collection will include Nokia 7610, Nokia 7510 and surprisingly Nokia 7310 which was initially rumored as 7310 classic. We remind you that as we already reported although the Nokia 7310 is still not officially announced, it's been spotted at several online shops available for immediate purchase.
The Polish Nokia website incidentally revealed the three new Supernova Nokia handsets which were later on removed. The great surprise was the mentioning of the Nokia 7310 Supernova, which was rumored (and even sold online) as Nokia 7310 classic.
The Nokia 7310 Supernova is based on the Nokia S40 user interface and sports a 2 megapixel camera, a 2.2-inch 16M color QVGA display, a built-in FM radio, stereo Bluetooth and a 3.5mm audio jack. The tri-band Nokia 7310 Supernova weighs only 83g and is currently on sale for around 145 euro (220 US dollars).
The Nokia 7610 Supernova is obviously the flagship of the lineup. While it's still based on the S40 user interface, this slider packs quad-band GSM/EDGE support, 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, a 16M color QVGA display, FM radio with RDS and a microSD memory card slot.
The most interesting thing about the Nokia 7610 Supernova is the rumored capability of recording VGA resolution videos at the whopping 30fps - it's a rather unprecedented feature in S40 handsets as well as in most feature phones in general. The 7610 Supernova will also have a TV-out port to enjoy those presumably high-quality videos on your TV.
The Nokia 7510 Supernova is a clamshell boasting a primary 16M color QVGA display and a monochrome external display with a resolution of 128x160 pixels. Based on the S40 platform, it has a 2 megapixel camera (no auto focus), FM radio with RDS and a microSD card slot. The Nokia 7510 Supernova is again a quad-band device and the rumored specs further speak of Xpress-on covers support which is unusual for a clamshell. The blunt specs sheet is topped with a rather hefty weight of 124g.
There's no word on expected pricing or availability since all the three handsets have not been officially announced by Nokia yet. We'll keep you posted on how it goes.