Nokia has released a series of new products at Cebit including the Nokia 7610. However probably due to multiple offerings at GSM conference in Cannes back in Febuary, only one of the six products is a phone.

The one phone in question still manages to get a lot in: 1 megapixel digital camera, 4x digital zoom, 8 MB internal dynamic memory with 64 MB Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (MMC), and video clips up to 10 minutes long - plus sheer style through customizable Nokia Xpress-on™ Style Packs

Other devices include an array of options for the TV and the Car. On the Television front there is the Nokia Image Album PD-1; a 20gb storage device that allows you to keep digital images, video clips and message to share on your TV screen. The Nokia Image Viewer SU-5; a device similar to Sony Ercisson's Bluetooth scart TV viewer. If you just want to watch television you can opt for the Nokia Mediamaster 260 C A PVR system that allows you to record up to 80 hours of programming.

In car and Nokia has produced a handsfree kit that works by pressing one button. The Nokia Advanced Car Kit CK-7W automatically connects via bluetooth or Pop Port and is compatible not only with Nokia phones, but other brands as well. Alternatively there is the Nokia Headrest Handsfree BHF-3 with built in microphone and speaker mounts for your car's headrest.