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Evaluation in my collection: Very good – 9/10
Life timer: N/A | Boxed: NO
Release Year: 2009 | Release Price: ~100 USD
About: The Nokia 7020 is a very impressive phone which is sure to catch the ladies due to it’s very nice design and quirky external screen.It is a stylish flip phone that features an illuminating secondary display. It packs a 2 megapixel camera, social networking capability, and a hidden external display. A microSD slot allows users to save all their multimedia files onto a microSD card instead of the phone’s internal memory. Other notable features include a vivid 2.2-inch display, an integrated MP3 player, and FM radio.
Reviews when released:
Nokia 7100 Supernova
Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9.5/10
Life timer: 14h | Boxed: NO
Release Year: 2008 | Release Price: ~100 GBP
About: The 7100 is a slider with a mechanism that thunks nicely and feels solid enough to remain reliable over time. The numberpad, revealed when the slide is up, comprises large-ish buttons with a no frills design. Each button is slightly raised in its centre making it easy to find and hit. With the slide closed this isn?t quite as small as I generally like slider phones to be. It is a bit tall at 98mm. However, its 48.4mm of width and 15mm of thickness are OK. With the slide opened the 7100 is 125mm tall and as for weight, it tips the scales at 103.5g.
The casing is made of plastic, which might not stand too many drops down the stairs or crunches in a bag. As for its colour scheme, the 7100 looks designed to appeal to a young and bling-friendly audience. The front fascia is mostly black with, in the case of my review sample, a flash of bright metallic pink sitting below the screen. The back of the casing is also pink. Nokia calls this colour ?jelly red? but it looks pink to me. You can also get it in a rather nice shade of blue as well as an almost all black guise with just a flash of blue round the navi button.
The colour splash is where you?ll find the two softkeys and Call and End keys, the latter doubling as the main on/off switch. The navi button is large and its frame is also sizeable. I?d say even those with really stubby fingers should be able to get around this handset fine.
Reviews when released: cNET
Nokia 7610 Supernova
Evaluation in my collection: As new – 10/10
Life timer: 7m | Boxed: NO
Release Year: 2009 | Release Price:
About: Where the original 7610 was stocky and a bit overdesigned for our tastes, the Supernova is slim and unassuming. The slider design is attractive, but it doesn’t go out of its way to catch your eye. The front face is glossy silver, while the back cover design is up to you. Nokia includes red and black interchangeable covers in the box, though actually prying them off isn’t easy. The handset measures 3.86 inches by 1.89 inches by 0.59 inch, which is thin by Nokia standards. It weighs 3.48 ounces, which is nice for traveling.
Reviews when released: cNET
WOW Factor: The first Nokia with touch on a candy bar phone
Evaluation in my collection: Very Good – 9.5/10
Life timer: 180h | Boxed: NO
Release Year: 2010 | Release Price: N/A
About: The Nokia X3 Touch and Type also known as Nokia X3-02 is a mobile telephone handset produced by Nokia. This is the first mobile handset released by Nokia that possesses a touchscreen in a “candybar” phone form factor. It is also the first touchscreen handset from Nokia that runs the Series 40 operating system. Previously released touchscreen devices from Nokia have either not had a physical keyboard, or they have had a slide-out, full-QWERTY keyboard. It was introduced on 13 August 2010 as one of the most advanced Series 40 devices in terms of features and specifications.
There is also hardware upgrade version available of this phone, which can be identified from RM-775 and X3-02.5 codes in the sticker which can be found under the battery. The X3-02.5 (RM-775) differences compared to X3-02 (RM-639) are: 1GHz CPU vs 680 MHz CPU, 256 MB ROM vs 128 MB ROM and 128 MB RAM vs 64 MB RAM.
Reviews when released: Mobile Review