After the long and arduous wait for the most hardcore Shadow fans, your day has come. Just like we promised, it is now available for your calling and messaging pleasure. This new iteration of the popular HTC device sports a faster processor and also supports T-Mobile HotSpot@Home, which makes it the first Windows Mobile phone to have that feature, and also means it has Wi-Fi (great news since it’s lacking in the HSDPA department). For $149.99 with a two-year contract and qualifying data plan, this is a pretty good deal if you’re up for renewal or looking for a mid-level smartphone. If black and burgundy isn’t your thing, the phone also comes in white mint. Hit the jump for more info and details on the newly available Nokia 7510.
Next up in T-Mobile’s new line of phones is the Nokia 7510 Supernova. It’s a nice entry-level phone if you don’t need constant email access, web browsing and a million songs to cram into your phone. Here are the specs for the device:
- Weight: 124 g
- Dimensions: 92 x 46 x 17 mm
- Display: Main QVGA 16 million color display/External monochrome 128Ă—160 display (hidden when not in use)
- Network: Quad-band GSM / EDGE
- Memory: 27MB onboard memory; microSD support
- Operating System: Symbian S40 (with active themes)
- Camera: 2-mega pixel (no autofocus) camera with LED flash and 4x digital zoom; QCIF video recording at 15 FPS
- Talktime: – 3 day standby and 300 hours of talktime
- Internet: OSS internet browser
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0
- FM radio with RDS
- 2.5 mm jack
- Xpress on covers
Pretty basic, but at least the low-end market has some options, right? The phone also has changeable faceplates which come in espresso brown, fatal red and emerald green. Those colors sound pretty intense and will keep things fresh if you’re in the mood for something different every day. The 7510 also has Wi-Fi and supports T-Mobile HotSpot@Home calling, which is good for those of you who rack up minutes like crazy every month. It’s nice to see T-Mobile integrating this into their high and low-end phones. The Nokia 7510 will set you back a mere $49.99 with a two-year contract.