In a nation flooded with various Nokia handsets, I’m forever curious to know what new goodies the telecomm giants are coming up with. Well here’s the low down on the new handsets coming out from the cellphone giants. Word is that Nokia has added two new devices to its supernova collection. The 7610 is an up-slider with QVGA 16 million color display, Quad-band GSM/EDGE and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, 3.2 mp AF camera with LED flash, 8x zoom and VGA 30 fps video recording as well as 64MB internal memory, support for microSD card and S40 3rd edition operating system. The Nokia 7510 Supernova, on the other hand is a gorgeous clamshell design with a flip open top and features a QVGA 16 million color main display and monochrome 128×160 external display. The 7510 runs on Symbian S40 OS and features the OSS internet browser. With 27MB on-board memory extendable via microSD, the 7510 certainly comes in at a notch below the 7610, but both the yummy models are expected to bowl over Nokia lovers the world over!
Source: Mobile Whack