The Nokia 7610 will be Nokia’s first smart phone with a built-in megapixel camera. It will offer considerable multimedia capabilities.
It will use Nokia’s Series 60 user interface on top of Symbian OS 7.0 and should be able to run all Series 60 third-party applications. It will include 8 MB of RAM plus a 64 MB reduced-size MMC card.
The 7610 will have a 65,000 color screen for viewing still images and video captured by the integrated camera and watching real-time video streaming using the built-in RealOne mobile player.
The megapixel (1152 by 864 pixel) camera will feature a high-quality lens, 4x digital zoom, and a self-timer.
The 7610 has been designed to make printing images easy. Pictures can be turned into prints via a Bluetooth connection to a compatible printer or by using a printer kiosk available in Nokia branded retail locations or other photo shops. Using the Kodak Pictures application on the phone, pictures can be uploaded to a virtual photo album on the Web and shared online with others or ordered as prints via an online service.
Users can create short films of up to 10 minutes by shooting and editing the footage captured with their Nokia 7610. By using the Movie Director application on this smart phone, users can, for the first time, turn video clips into personal movies by adding special effects such as music, text, new colors, or moving objects. The application automatically combines multiple video clips into a single video vignette or optimizes the edited videos for MMS sending.
In addition to its multimedia capabilities, the 7610 will be able to send and receive email and SMS messages and browse the Web.
The tri-band model is planned to be available during the second quarter of 2004 in two variants, GSM 900/1800/1900 and GSM 850/1800/1900, which means it can be released in both the U.S. and Europe. It is expected to retail for approximately ?500.
More information is available on Nokia’s web site.