Nokia 7710 review
Nokia goes up against PDA smartphone heavyweights such as the Palm Treo 650 with the introduction of the 7710. This phone turns heads with its large widescreen design which measures 80 x 50 mm, 90 mm diagonally and features resolution of 640 x 320 pixels.
Running on Symbian 7.0s, and improving on the first cancelled model Nokia 7700, the 7710 comes equipped with the following:
- Touch screen
- Connect to the Internet with EGPRS/EDGE or HSCSD
- Internet browser supports HTML/XHTML and Macromedia Flash 6
- Vibrant 65,536 color wide screen
- Megapixel camera (1152x864)
- Email (SMTP, POP3, IMAP4)
- Integrated handsfree & voice recorder
- Bluetooth technology (including audio)
- Personal Information Management: calendar, contacts, tasks, and more
- Word, Sheet, and Presentation Viewers; Word & Sheet converter
- Flight mode: all radio-related activities turned off
- MP3 player with stereo audio
- Visual Radio
Oh yeah, and it's a phone too.
With the Nokia PC Suite, one can sync their Microsoft Outlook, as well as files, music, images, videos, etc. However, it does not have infrared, so the user must sync via USB cable or Bluetooth. I unsuccessfully connected via Bluetooth to my laptop, but the USB cable worked fast and was sufficient for my needs.