|Compatible networks||tri band GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900|
|Availability by region||2003|
|Dimensions||105 x 44 x 19 mm|
|Operating system||Nokia Series 40|
|Display||128 x 128 px|
|Rear camera||352 x 288 px|
The Nokia 7250 is a mobile phone handset manufactured by Nokia. Announced in 2002 and released for sale in February 2003, it was designed at Nokia Design Center in California, by the Bulgarian-American designer Miki Mehandjiysky. The Nokia 7250 is notable for its unconventional design, striking colours and integrated digital camera, and also had Xpress-On covers. It was the successor of Nokia 7210. This handset was one of the first to incorporate Java games.
Features & Specifications
- Size: 105 x 44 x 19 mm
- Weight: 92 g
- Battery standby: 150 – 300 hours
- Battery talktime: 2–5 hours
- Tri band
- WAP 1.2.1, GPRS
- High Speed Data (HSCSD) - max 43.2 kilobits per second
- MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
- Downloadable Java applications
- Colour display (256 colours, 128 x 128 pixels)
- Polyphonic ringtones (MIDI format)
- 3.5 megabytes shared memory
- Integrated stereo FM radio
- Integrated handsfree speaker
- Changeable x-press on covers
- Nokia Pop-Port connector
- Infra-red and cable connections
- Downloadable colour wallpaper
- Screensaver: digital clock
- Speed dialling
- Phone book (up to 300 entries)
- 2 games (Triple Pop and Bounce)
- Clock, alarm clock, calculator, currency converter
The Nokia 7250i is a slightly improved version of the Nokia 7250, introduced in June 2003. It includes XHTML browser, OMA Forward lock digital rights management, zoom function to magnify images and a more advanced camera. The phone has exactly the same design as the 7250. This phone is far more popular than the Nokia 7250 especially amongst youths in Europe.
- "Exkluzivně: Nokia 7250 a 6100 - detailní fotografie a první dojmy". iDNES.cz. 11 November 2002.
- "Оригинальная дизайнерская Bluetooth-гарнитура Samsung Capella".
- "Mobile-review.com Review Nokia 7250". www.mobile-review.com.