Excerpt: Nokia 7310 Supernova is a model for those who are weary of the traditional black mobile phones and who want to plunge into the world of bright colors. The external appearance of Nokia 7310 is easy to change using interchangeable Xpress-onTM colored panels, executed in silver, purple, blue, yellow...
Excerpt: Starting 2008, Nokia launched a new series, mostly targeting emerging markets, but also fans that could not afford the Eseries, or the more expensive Nseries devices. The new Supernova series of mobile phones is also a remake of the older devices that “amazed” Nokia fans thanks to their exchangeable...
Pros: The main attraction of the phone, the exchangeable covers, and the mirror-like effect are the only things that might appeal to Nokia fans. The low price will probably bring more buyers as well, but I cannot add more in terms of technical features.
Cons: I consider the 2 Megapixel camera the only big flaw in the construction of Nokia's 7310 Supernova. Everything else could work better – however, for such a price, I think suffice it to say that it is worth the money. More attention on the design part, as well as a better material, would have made ...
Summary: For those of us who owned Nokia phones with exchangeable covers, it's exciting to see them make a comeback. But the limited amount of cases available now makes the 7310 slightly less exciting than the Nokias of old.
Nokia spices things up with exchangeable Xpress-on covers.
Good Gear Guide.au
6 November 2009
Summary: The 7310 Supernova is largely an unremarkable handset, though the inclusion of some handy multimedia features and an easy-to-use interface should still appeal to some. At this price, it hardly seems good value.
Pros: Lightweight, straightforward design, well implemented controls
Cons: Build quality issues, display performs poorly in direct sunlight, no outstanding features, price