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The Nokia 7210 Supernova is the cheapest Supernova to date, reflected in its relatively modest feature set – it makes an excellent first or spare mobile. It is surprisingly skinny at only 10.6 mm and smooth in the palm: there are no buttons at all on its sides and has only a charger connector on the left side. a 2.5mm Nokia AV connector on top and a Micro USB port and a backcover-release key. The back of the phone is also simple, with a 2 megapixel camera and a loudspeaker. The keypad has rubber-like stripes between the keys, too, which might feel a little differing during texting and possibly enhance ease of use if you do not have big thumbs.
The display is a 2-inch screen with 320 x 240 pixels resolution – pretty good for an entry-level device, so the images and animations are clear. You get quick access to applications by turning on the Active Standby mode.
A tri-band phone, with GPRS/EDGE for internet connectivity (though via the cut-down WAP mobile Web, not the full Web page experience), the 7210 also supports Bluetooth 2.0 short-range wireless data transfer with A2DP (you can use a wireless headset) and USB cable connection.
The music player supports all major file formats and features an equalizer, bizarrely, no dedicated volume keys. The FM radio has RDS and there is a 2 megapixel camera, though lacking autofocus and flash. Although it can record video, it is extremely basic at 176 x 144 pixels and 15 fps.
Battery life is rated at up to two hours’ talk time and 250 hours on standby from a full charge.
- FM Radio
- Instant messaging
- Java compatible
- Memory expandable via MicroSD card
- MP3 Player
- MP3 Ringtone
- Multimedia Service MMS
- Solid Bar
- T9 Predictive Text
- Video player
- Video recorder
- WAP 2.0