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Nokia 7380

 Nokia 7380 Discontinued
19th October 2005

The Nokia 7380 is the straight replacement for the radical 7280, and in terms of size and weight it is almost exactly the same size at 114x30x20mm and 80 grams. Don't let the "pen" concept fool you into thinking that this is a small handset though - at 63cc in volume, it's only 15% smaller than the 7360 and 7370 models. It's a more attractive design though, in our opinion.

 Nokia 7380 As with the previous model, the Nokia 7380 comes with Bluetooth, a 104x208 pixel reflective display, and the rotator/selector device. However, the camera is now a 2 megapixel unit with a flash, which turns the Nokia 7380 into a clever, compact camera phone. It also has a built in MP3 player, but no expandable memory (although the 7280 had 50Mb of internal shared memory, so presumably the 7380 has at least that much).

Reviews of the 7280's keyless dialling were mixed, but on balance it seems that the system was usable, especially when supplemented with voice commands and a comprehensive phonebook of numbers. Let's be honest, if you're a die-hard texter then the 7380 isn't the handset for you!

Will it sell? Well, the previous model didn't exactly fly off the shelves, but the significantly better camera means that the 7380 is more that just a fashion accessory, it's handy for taking good quality pictures too.

Maximum talkime is 3 hours with up to 10 days standby. Nokia say that the 7380 should be available from Q1 2006 at a price of around 500 euros before subsidies and taxes.

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Nokia 7380 at a glance


Q1 2006


GSM 900/1800/1900




104x208 pixels, 65k colours


2 megapixels


Pen phone
114x30x20mm / 80 grams








Not specified

Battery life:

3 hours talk / 10 days standby


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