The furniture-inspired Samsung S7070 Diva with its quilted back is in UK stores now. While the diamond-shaped center key on the front tries to reinforce the feel of luxury, the social networking integration and the Wish List application aim to keep ladies occupied.
The Samsung S7070 Diva runs the traditional Samsung TouchWiz on its 2.8" QVGA touchscreen, but its fashion-conscious design sets it apart from the usual suspects. The S7070 Diva supports microSD cards up to 8GB, has DNSe (though there's no 3.5 mm audio jack) and a 3.2MP camera that focuses on arty effects (beauty shot, lomo, etc) rather than high-resolution image quality.
Since this phone is something of a fashion accessory, Carphone Warehouse are offering a limited number of gift bags with each Samsung S7070 Diva - the bags are stuffed with goodies from Benefit, like cream-to-powder finish foundations and portable kits of mini concealers. O2 on the other hand are offering a 12 month subscription to iSUBSCRIBE with the first 8000 Divas sold.
From Carphone Warehouse, the S7070 Diva is available for T-Mobile (free, 15 pounds a month on a 2-year contract) and Orange (again free, 20 pounds/mo, 2-year contract) or 130 pounds for a pay as you go service for T-Mobile, Orange, O2 or Vodafone.
This is the budget end of the range, so 2.8 inches is reasonable. Remember, just 4 years ago before Apple came onto the scene, 2.8 inches was considered huge. Think of the DVB-H Enabled Nokia N92. BTW, I'm the real Bill :-)
Your right Stefan, but don't let idiots get to you. Use compare function from this site, you'll see that although Nokia 6700 doesn't have touchscreen the other specs are way better. I would definetely go for the GPS function.
2.8 inch is a little bit too small for a touchscreen. Even for girls. Acceptable minimum is 3.2 inch.