Nokia 7100 'the simple inexpensive choice'
27 May 2009 — 10:27 AM
One of the latest phones to be added to Nokia's line of entry-level handsets could provide a colourful option for some, one expert suggests.
In an article for the Cnet gadget news and reviews portal, Flora Graham looks at the Finnish company's 7100 Supernova device and concludes that although it is not the most feature-packed phone, it does have some positive elements.
The lack of any significant "bells and whistles" will undoubtedly be off-putting for some, but she adds "good-sized keys" make calling and sending text messages "simple and straightforward".
In addition, the "inexpensive" nature of the 7100 Supernova will endear it to many. However, Ms Graham warns it is important to remember "you get what you pay for" and this price is reflected in the model's integrated camera facilities.
She concludes the Nokia 7100 Supernova is unlikely to create too much excitement, but "covers the basic features and won't break the bank".
The phone is available on pay-as-you-go packages from T Mobile and Vodafone.
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