Nokia adds another device to their plain standard affair phone lineup (as compared to the flurry of E and N series devices out). Called the 7100s, or perhaps 7100 Supernova, Nokia’s little slider looks interesting enough, but geared more towards those who want to avoid all the flash, buttons, and complexity of smartphones. The details and pricing on this device are limited, but here we have a couple specs on what the Supernova will offer:

  • Symbian S40 UI
  • Tri-band GSM/EDGE (900 / 1800 / 1900) connectivity
  • QVGA TFT display with 262K colors
  • Music player
  • FM radio
  • Bluetooth 2.0 & USB 2.0
  • Opera Mini browser, email
  • Flash Lite 2.1.1 support
  • 1.3 MP camera
  • MicroSD card slot

Not sure if/when this will come to the States, but the unlocked market has fared well for most folks. Looking at the tri-band GSM/EDGE, however, it seems this phone would work best on T-Mobile’s network if you plan on snagging one unlocked. Otherwise, the feature department on this thing seems pretty lacking.