Nokia 7610 Supernova

The Supernova has a modest design, but it's an attractive cell phone.
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The Supernova's display is bright and vibrant, though its mirrored surface attracts fingerprints.
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The camera shutter, music shortcut, and volume rocker sit on the Supernova's right spine.
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The back of the Supernova resembles a standalone camera. You can replace the red cover with a black cover.
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The Supernova's navigation array is user-friendly, but its keypad is flat and slippery.
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The Supernova has a comfortable feel in the hand.
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The compact Supernova travels well.
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The Supernova offers a flash, but no self-portrait mirror.
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