Also, since the phone doesn't include a USB cable or memory-card slot, there's no easy way to get music onto the handset. Happily, it has an FM radio, so, when you run out of songs, you can always tune into that.
Thank God for Opera
With such a small screen, which only sports 65,536 colours, and no 3G or Wi-Fi, we didn't expect surfing the Web on the 7100 to be much fun. But it does sport the Opera Mini Web browser, which does a good job of putting huge pages onto a tiny screen fairly quickly. For a quick Google search or checking up on your Facebook friends, it's surprisingly handy.
The Nokia 7100 Supernova packs basic features into a glossy slider with colourful, shiny trim. It doesn't have any bells and whistles, but it's got good-sized keys and making a call or sending a text message is simple and straightforward. It's inexpensive, but you get what you pay for: terrible photo and video quality, small on-board memory and flimsy headphones.
Edited by Charles Kloet