The Nokia 7310 Supernova is a pretty-in-pink phone with stylish silver trimmings. (Besides candy pink, it is also available in purple, grey, blue and green.)
When the phone goes into sleep mode, the 2-inch 240x320-pixel screen disappears behind a highly reflective mirror-like surface. Add this to the pink cover and it would suit any fashionista out there!
On the back of the phone, which is etched with grooved lines, you'll find a 2-megapixel camera and just beneath the back cover under the SIM card slot is the microSD card slot should the 32MB internal memory not suffice.
Along the edges of the phone you'll find a 2.5mm headphone port, volume up and down keys, micro USB slot and AC adapter ports.
There are a few niggling aspects to the design of this phone that have to do with the placement of the headphone port and speakers: the port is on the side of the phone rather than the bottom or top which makes it an awkward fit in your pocket when you have your headphones plugged in (not to mention that it's a 2.5mm port rather than the popular 3.5mm), and the speakers are at the lower back of the phone ... right where you'd put your hand to hold the phone (more on that later).
Besides the phone's design, it doesn't have very much going for it; most importantly, it's not 3G capable.