Nokia at CeBIT 2004: the new 7610 handset and accessories
At CeBIT 2004 Nokia showcases its first GSM handset with a 1-megapixel camera, Nokia 7610. Based on Series 60, it will go on sale in two variants, GSM 900/1800/1900 and GSM 850/1800/1900, with the MSRP of €500.
7610 design resembles Nokia 7600 3G model announced in September. Having keyboard closer to Nokia´s traditional, 7610 doesn´t support W-CDMA.
Other features are the same: 1152x864 camera, 4x digital zoom, up to 10-min movie recording, 65536-color LCD, 72MB RAM, Java, MP3/AAC playback, USB, Bluetooth; Kodak Pictures, RealOne, Movie Director apps. According to the company, the model provides up to 250 hours of standby and up to 3 hours of talk.
Besides 7610, Nokia introduced a number of the new accessories: the next version of Nokia Image Viewer SU-5 (SU-4 was announced in September). Unlike SU-4, SU-5 doesn´t have a display, but connects to PAL, NTSC, SECAM TVs. SU-5 is claimed to work up to 255 minutes and support up to 2-megapixel images.
The similar device, Nokia Image Album, also uses TV for image shows, but has a 20GB HDD. It supports JPEG, GIF, AMR, WAV, MPEG4, MPEG1, H.263, MJPEG formats, has an IrDA, Bluetooth and can burn files onto CDs via USB.
The next two accessories are intended for car drivers: Nokia Headrest Handsfree and Advanced Car Kit CK-7W. The latter powers from a cigarette lighter socket and provides a battery charger, Bluetooth, Pop-Port, a speaker and an audio line-out.
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