New Nokia 7610 Megapixel Camera Phone

Posted: Mar 17 2004, 2:41pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:22pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Nokia 7610 Megapixel Camera Phone
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Quality photo's are not something you would expect from your camera phone and yet its one of the hottest perks to hit the market. Nokia announced the 7610 - the first megapixel camera phone which promises quality one would expect from lower end digital cameras.

The sleek, dual-toned casing with a 65K color screen is nothing less than what we would expect in true Nokia fashion. The camera itself touts 1152 x 864 resolution with high quality lenses, 4x digital zoom and a self timer. There's no mention of a "flash unit", however, allows users to take images in low-light conditions.

There is also an option to create short film clips of up to 10 seconds. These clips (along with the usual photos) can be integrated in to Nokia's new application, Lifeblog. This app is no different than all the other blogs only optimized for mobile blogging. Once transferred to a PC, they can be shared with others.

Some other key features include an MP3 player, 72MB of expandable memory, USB and Bluetooth.

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