The Nokia 3410 has reached the store shelves, and we've taken a first look at this new phone from Nokia which mainly sports J2ME support, WAP Push and a modified keypad.
The first thing you'll notice about the Nokia 3410 is how well it fits in the palm of your hand - its length and width is perfect, and the edges of its plastic back cover have been fitted with a special pattern providing a better grip. The specially designed buttons of the keypad are extremely comfortable to use, and the feedback is more than acceptable. That's also the case with regard to the navigational buttons which are separated in this model, meaning that you'll easily be able to navigate in the menu without moving the wrong way, or not moving at all.
Availability: Europe and Africa in Q2 2002 Weight: 114 g Dimensions: 115 x 49 x 22.5, 100 cc Talktime: 2 h 20 min - 4 h 10 min Standby time: 55 - 260 h Key features: Games and application download via Java™ technology, WAP push, picture editor, 5 games, 3D screen saver Operating frequency: EGSM 900/1800 networks in Europe, Africa, and Asia Color options: 1 inbox color. In addition, Xpress-on™ covers sold as accessories
The Nokia 3410 - Get Ready for Wireless Java The new Nokia 3410 with Java™ technology, makes downloading the latest games and applications as easy as ordering a new operator logo. But that's only the beginning. If you think pictures speak louder than words, use the picture editor to create your own bitmap, and then send it to a friend, or save it as your screensaver. And when you feel like you need a change, you can get a whole new look with Nokia Xpress-on™ covers