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Nokia 7710 review

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Contact entries can include as little or as much detail as the user needs, with the ability to add fields for specific items including separate business and personal address and numbers.

Nokia 7710 review
Contacts

Calendar entries also provide extensive detail, including ability to repeat the event, daily, weekly, monthly or yearly and set alarms for important meetings.

Nokia 7710 review
Calendar
Nokia 7710 review
Office: Word processor, Sheet, and MS PowerPoint viewer; calculator

Nokia 7710 review
To-do
Nokia 7710 review
Alarm Clock

Nokia 7710 review
Extensive Converter

 

Messaging
Multimedia messaging:
send and receive messages containing text, images, audio and video. Supports the 3GPP SMIL profile, which allows you to send short presentations via MMS.  See an example of a sketch sent via MMS above.

Email: Access your work and private email accounts; supports SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, and APOP protocols; Push email.  One can also launch web links from email as well as view or save attachments, provided that they are a supported.  The Nokia 7710 also allows the user to create various folders to sort email, similar to that of Outlook.  This email function is the closest I have seen to Outlook on any phone.  A real plus for those on the go.

Nokia 7710 review
E-mail


Text messaging:
create, send, edit, and receive text messages (SMS). The browser also supports SMS Tags, so you can trigger SMS requests from within the browser.

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Nokia 7710

Nokia 7710

OS: Symbian 7.0s
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Display640 x 320 pixels TFT
Camera1.2 megapixels
Size5.03 x 2.73 x 0.74 inches
(128 x 69.5 x 19 mm)
6.66 oz  (189 g)
Battery1300 mAh, 12 hours talk time

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