Nokia 7210

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Nokia 7210
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Nokia 7210 in its turquoise Xpress-On cover
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
Availability by country October 2002
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 106 x 45 x 17.5 mm, 83 cc (4.17 x 1.77 x 0.69 in)
Weight 83 g (2.93 oz)
Operating system Series 40 1st Edition
Memory 725kb
Battery BLD-3
Display Passive matrix (CTSN), 4,096-colour display (128 x 128 pixels), 1.5 inches (~121 ppi pixel density)
Connectivity Pop-Port

The Nokia 7210 is a handset by Nokia, built on the Series 40 1st Edition software platform and enabled with J2ME (Java). The device features text and picture messaging, WAP browser, Stereo FM radio, Polyphonic ringtones, two preinstalled games and a 1.5", 128x128 pixel, 4,096 color display.

The 7210 featured an all-new front cover design, with a unique keypad layout incorporating a 4-way scroll button. The phone came in a choice of colours, with changeable X-press on covers available. Eight colour schemes are available along with the ability to download images to save as wallpaper to add even more personalization.

Announced in February 2002, it came to market in October 2002.

Features[edit]

Standard features for Nokia handsets at the time, the 7210 came with a speakerphone, mute, call conferencing, e-mail support, 300-name phone book, to-do list, calendar, calculator, currency converter, stopwatch, and an alarm clock. Nokia's PC Suite software for the 7210 allowed for wireless syncing of phone book, calendar, and to-do list via IR or an optional USB connectivity kit.

Entertainment[edit]

The 7210 came installed with two games; Triple Pop and Bounce. Downloadable ring tones and images were available, until the limit of the phone's 725KB of memory was reached in addition to the 32 tones (plus vibrate) and 10 picture messages already on board. The phone was also J2ME compatible, meaning games and applications could be downloaded via GPRS. The 7210 had a built-in FM radio and also included in the box was an earboom headset. An alternative two-bud-style stereo version was available.

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