Who other than Nokia could make this phone? Part of Nokia's "Fashion" 7000 series, the teardrop-shaped 7600 had a 65,000-color display with keys arranged on either side. It also offered interchangeable covers, a VGA camera, an MP3 player, Bluetooth, an infrared port, and USB support. The Nokia 7610 that came later opted for a more conventional keypad design while keeping the teardrop shape. Then in 2009, the 7705 Twist coupled a square shape with a swivel design.
April 10, 2012 1:09 PM PDT
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| Caption by: Kent German
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