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Nokia 7360

Nokia 7360
Manufacturer Nokia
Form factor candybar
Dimensions 105 x 45 x 18mm
Weight 92g
Rear camera VGA Optics

Nokia 7360 fashion cell phone was released in 2006, as part of the "L'Amour Collection", along with the 7370, 7373, 7380 and the 7390. The 7360 was designed at Nokia's Design Center in California (Lead Designer: Miki Mehandjiysky). The Nokia 7360 was one of the first cell phones to implement the use of materials such as metal and leather in mass production.

Specification sheet

Feature Specification
Form factor Candybar
Colors Pink, yellow, brown, black
Operating System Nokia OS[1]
Screen 160x128 pixels
Size 105 x 45 x 18mm
Internal Dynamic Memory 4 MB
Camera VGA 640x480 pixels
Video Recording Yes
Video Formats 3GP
Infrared Yes
Data cable support Yes, USB 2.0 via Pop-port
GPRS support Yes
Email Yes
Radio Yes, Stereo FM Radio (wired headphones or hands-free required)
Video Player/editor Yes/No
Polyphonic tones Yes, 24 chords
Offline mode No
Battery BL-5B (850 mAh)
Talk time up to 4,5 h (GSM)
Standby time up to 415 hours

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References

  1. ^ Device Details -- Nokia 7360
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