Nokia 5610 XpressMusic
Released October, 2007
The Pros:Auto-focus camera. 3G capabilities. Light-sensor/auto LCD brightness.
The Cons:Slider can be accidentally pushed. Lack of dedicated music buttons (other than volume rocker). Lack of 3.5mm jack.
The Nokia 5610 is a significantly upgraded version of the earlier Nokia 5300 enabled for the 3G network. It is meant to be a combination of an mp3 player and phone. Its frame is thinner than the 5300, and it has a music slider key above the keypad to alternate between phone, mp3 player and FM radio modes.
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Its camera has 3.2-megapixel resolution with double-LED flash, autofocus and video capture. It has a secondary VGA camera for videocalling and can stream video or visual radio. It has high-speed support for the Nokia music store, and also has a wide range of audio accessories (e.g. portable speakers) designed to be compatible with it. It has 20MB internal memory, but this can be expanded up to 8GB with a microSD card. Its battery life is twice as long as the 5300.
- Release Date: October 2007
- 3G UMTS 850/2100, 850/1900 North American version
- 2G quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- 16 million color screen
- 3.2-megapixel digital camera with autofocus and double-LED flash
- Secondary VGA camera for videocalling
- mp3 player with dedicated music navigation keys
- SMS, MMS, email, instant messaging
- T9 predictive text
- 3.5mm headphone port
- FM radio receiver and visual radio support
- Bluetooth v2.0
- Opera Mini Internet browser
- Up to 6 hour talk time battery life
User Reviews (7)
Light-sensor/auto LCD brightness
Slider can be accidentally pushed
Lack of dedicated music buttons (other than volume rocker)
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