Nokia has unveiled four new eye-catching handsets. The Nokia 7610, 7510 and 7310 Supernova devices come with a range of exchangeable Xpress-On covers that can be changed to suit your mood. The 7610 is the most powerful of the handsets, with a 3.2-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and 8x digital zoom, instant messaging and TV out for image sharing.
The Nokia 7510 Supernova is a clamshell device with magical light effects with a discreet display that only lights up when activated. Other features include a two-megapixel camera, A-GPS support, a quick link to YouTube, MP3 player and an FM radio.
Slim and sleek, the Nokia 7310 Supernova also sports a two-megapixel camera, a TV out that can be used to play the pre-installed games on a large TV. Music wise the 7310 boasts an MP3 player and FM RDS radio.
The fourth addition to the range is the Nokia 7210 Supernova. Alhough the handset differs from the other three in that you can't customise the front with exchangeable covers, it is available in a choice of bubble gum pink and vivid blue. The built-in MP3 can play music sideloaded from a PC or purchased direct from Nokia Music Store, and happy snappers will be able to enjoy the two-megapixel camera.
The Nokia 7610 Supernova will be available for a RRP of £170 (before taxes and subsidies) from Q3 2008, and the 7510 will be from Q4 for a RRP of £142. The Nokia 7310 Supernova is available now for a RRP of £122 and the 7210 will hit shops in Q3 with an estimated retail price of £95.