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Nokia 5610 XpressMusic

 Nokia 5610 XpressMusic Discontinued
29th August 2007

The Nokia 5610 XpressMusic is a midrange 3G slider phone that is full of features that you'd previously only expect to find in a high-end device.

Priced at around €300 / £200 / $400 before tax and subsidy, the Nokia 5610 comes with a 3.2 megapixel camera,  2.2" QVGA display, quad-band GSM with dual-band 850/2100 UMTS, microSD expandable memory (up to 4GB), an FM radio, stereo Bluetooth and a novel slider key for one-touch media access.

The XpressMusic branding should tell you that Nokia consider this to be a multimedia phone, the 5610 can directly access Nokia's new Nokia Music Store service, it comes with dedicated media buttons and it can play back MP3, AAC, M4A and WMA files. But the Nokia 5610 XpressMusic also scores well when it comes to the camera, not only is it a 3.2 megapixel unit, but it has a flash, autofocus and can capture video clips at up to 640 x 480 pixel resolution. These sort of digital imaging capabilities were previously restricted to high-end N-Series phones.

It isn't a smartphone - the Nokia 5610 XpressMusic is a Symbian Series 40 device which means that the software can't be expanded, but then most people aren't bothered about that. It does seem to deliver pretty much all the features that most consumers would want, and at a pretty reasonable price.

The Nokia 5610 XpressMusic will be available in red and blue colour combinations during Q4 2007.

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Nokia 5610 XpressMusic at a glance

Available:

Q4 2007

Network:

GSM 850/900/1800/1900
UMTS 850/2100

Data:

GPRS + EDGE + UMTS (3G)

Screen:

240x320 pixels, 16m colours

Camera:

3.2 megapixels

Size:

Medium-large slider
99 x 49 x 17mm / 111 grams

Bluetooth:

Yes

Memory card:

microSD

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Yes

Battery life:

6 hours talk (GSM) / 13 days standby

 

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