SINGAPORE – The 3710 fold is Nokia’s latest clamshell camera phone, and arrives on the scene with sharp, speedy and low cost photo-sharing front of mind. When it launches later this year the Nokia 3710 fold will come floating a price tag of around 140 Euros, making this well-dressed 3.2-megapixel 3G handset stand out as a price-savvy, snap-and-share caller.
Click through to get more details on the new Nokia 3710 fold and to see it up close and in detail in our first-look photo gallery.
Enabling you to take quality photos and share them easily online, via services such as Ovi Share, is certainly top of the agenda for this point-and-shoot camera phone. It’s 3.2 megapixel camera with flash means it’s geared up to take crisp shots, and paired with 3G access helps ensure that sharing your best snaps is a quick and painless process. Plus, it comes with a new Photo Gallery that has been designed to make sorting, viewing and editing your shots equally as effortless.
The Nokia 3710 is built on a Series 40 backbone, so it’s primed to take full advantage of the new content on the Ovi Store. It features onboard A-GPS, a 2.2-inch QVGA screen, second camera for video calls, stereo music player, FM radio and Bluetooth.
It’s slated to go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2009 for around 140 Euros. Click on the photo thumbnails below to see the new Nokia 3710 fold up close and in detail.