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  • Slider phone in red/black with dedicated song playback controls; multi-format digital audio player; FM radio
  • Compatible with T-Mobile’s MyFaves service–unlimited job to your 5 many called contacts
  • 3.2-megapixel camera with VGA video capture; Bluetooth for handsfree information exchnage as good as stereo music; MicroSD enlargement to 4 GB
  • Up to 4 hours of speak time, up to 300 hours (12.5 days) of standby time, as good as up to twenty-two hours of song playback
  • Includes: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, continuous handsfree headset, 2 GB MicroSD mental recall card, printed instructions

Amazon.com Product Description
The Nokia 5610 XpressMusic slider phone for T-Mobile comes ready to stone with an iconic Music Slider pass creation song easy to entrance with a crack of a thumb. Red aluminum side panels accent a all-black tall shimmer finish, as good as it facilities a vast 2.2-inch, sixteen million-color arrangement for easy observation of manuscript art. This quad-band GSM/EDGE additionally facilities embody a 3.2-megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth stereo song streaming, MicroSD mental recall enlargement up to 4 GB, email capabilities with attachments, as good as up to 4 hours of speak time.

Nokia’s 5610 XpressMusic phone offers a singular dedicated Music Slider pass as good as a far-reaching operation of audio format compatibility.

T-Mobile Service Options
This phone operates upon GSM 850/1900 networks as good as can hoop high-speed interpretation connectivity around T-Mobile’s EDGE network (which stands for “Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution”). This high-speed, mobile interpretation as good as Internet entrance record is quick sufficient to await a far-reaching operation of modernized interpretation services (with normal interpretation speeds in between 75-135Kbps), together with video as good as song clips, full design as good as video messaging, high-speed tone Internet access, as good as email upon a go.

It’s concordant with T-Mobile’s myFaves service, that allows we to call up to 5 of your many usual contacts–on any network, even landlines–without regulating any of your minutes. Learn some-more about myFaves from T-Mobile.

Download cold brand new games, HiFi Ringers (real songs by today’s hottest artists), MegaTones (instrumental versions of songs), as good as wallpapers quickly, as good as stay continuous around a Web, present messaging, as good as email.

With T-Mobile Contacts (formerly T-Mobile Address Book), we can store your phonebook upon T-Mobile’s network so even if we remove your phone, we do not remove your contacts. Contacts lets we import entries from Microsoft Outlook, .vcf files, or make make use of of .csv files to import from Yahoo!, Gmail, etc.; behind up your phone’s residence book upon a server with extended reserve features; as good as store a single more contacts upon a server.

The 5610 additionally facilities stereo Bluetooth streaming, a 3.2-megapixel camera/camcorder, as good as entrance to renouned present messaging services.

Phone Features
Measuring 0.67 inches skinny as good as weighing 3.92 ounces, a svelte slider-style 5610 has a five-way navigator, send/end keys, as good as twin soothing keys upon a front of a chassis, as good as Nokia’s singular Music Slider symbol that creates accessing your tunes as easy as a crack of your thumb. The front uniformly glides ceiling to exhibit a phone’s numeric keypad. The 2.2-inch LCD shade has a 240 x 320-pixel fortitude as good as await for sixteen million colors for extraordinary depth. The phone additionally includes a mini-USB tie during a bottom. It has an inner twenty MB mental recall (which can be stretched up to 4 GB regulating discretionary MicroSD mental recall cards), as good as a phone book can store up to 2000 contacts (each with 3 numbers as good as a single content field). Getting upon a Internet is easy with a 5610, interjection to a EDGE interpretation connectivity.

The 5610 provides a idealisation song playback knowledge from a mobile phone. You’ll be means to fool around probably any file, interjection to harmony with MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAc+, as good as WMA as good as secure WMA songs purchased from Internet song stores. It additionally offers easy synchronization with Windows Media Player 10 as good as 11. Listen, emanate playlists, as good as conduct your song inside of a 5610.

This phone provides Bluetooth chronicle 2.0 wireless connectivity with EDR (enhanced interpretation rate), as good as includes profiles for information exchnage headset, handsfree automobile kits, as good as audio/video remote control. With a A2DP Bluetooth profile, we can tide your song to a span of concordant Bluetooth stereo headphones. You can bond your laptop (either around Bluetooth or continuous USB) as good as suffer dial-up networking–surf a Internet, send email, as good as entrance files from a server.

Other music-related facilities embody up to twenty-two hours of playback time, manuscript art arrangement as good as audio visualizations, as good as extended audio controls. Put song upon a Nokia 5610 from Nokia Music Store by sideloading from Personal Computer or download over a air regulating quick 3G connectors (where available). This phone additionally supports playlists as good as customizable XpressMusic UI skins in a song player. You’ll additionally be means to attend to your a one preferred air wave hire with a integrated FM tuner.

The 5610 offers a full operation of email, text, as good as multimedia messaging options. It includes await for IMAP4, POP3, as good as SMTP email, as well as await for attachments such as DOC, PDF, XLS, JPEG, 3GP, as good as MP3. In further to SMS content as good as MMS multimedia messaging, this phone incorporates Nokia Xpress audio messaging, that allows we to personalize messages in a extemporaneous as good as beautiful way. By regulating a specifically written menu, an audio summary can be available as good as sent with usually a couple of clicks of a button. Xpress audio messages can be sent to all MMS-enabled GSM handsets, as good as can additionally be common with mixed recipients.

Other facilities include:

  • 3.2-megapixel digital camera captures still images as good as includes a 8x digital zoom, twin LED flash, macroshot, landscape mode, as good as consecutive shots
  • Video constraint up to VGA fortitude during fifteen fps
  • Send as good as embrace present messages with Yahoo!, MSN, or AOL.
  • Voice dialing enables we to call someone with elementary voice commands to keep your hands giveaway for activities similar to driving.
  • Airplane mode allows we to safely make make use of of a non-wireless functions of a phone (music, games, or organizer functions) upon an transport during moody or in alternative situations where we need to spin off your mobile connection.
  • T9 predictive content entrance record creates it simpler for we to come in difference as good as content upon handsets
  • Ringtones: Video ringtones, MP3 as good as MP4 tones, eAAC+ tones, AAC tones, WMA tones, 64 polyphonic MIDI, summary rapt tones, as good as warning time tones
  • Opera Mini web browser with XHTML as good as WAP harmony
  • Organizer: Alarm clock, calendar, to-do list, notes, calculator, stopwatch as good as countdown timer; monthly monthly monthly calendar provides up to 3000 entries with week perspective functionality together with reminder, memo, call, as good as birthday records
  • Bluetooth profiles: A2DP (stereo song streaming), AVRC (remote control), HFP (hands-free automobile kits), HSP (communication headsets), DUN (dial-up networking), FTP (file transfer), OPP (object pull for commercial operation cards, monthly monthly monthly calendar items, as good as pictures)

Vital Statistics
The Nokia 5610 weighs 3.92 ounces as good as measures 3.88 x 1.91 x 0.67 inches. Its 900 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated during up to 4 hours of speak time, up to 300 hours of digital standby time, as good as up to twenty-two hours of song playback. It runs upon a 850/900/1800/1900 GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies.

Nokia 5610 XpressMusic Phone, Red

5 Reviews

  1. Metal B. Thyname says:

    I like the phone and features, just wish it was a flip phone, the screen gets too dirty.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. C. Bell says:

    There’s no denying that this phone is loaded with features. Awesome camera, music player and a sleek appearance. I only wish that it was sturdier and had more thought put into its design .

    I’ve had this phone for less than 6 months and have already had to replace the slide bar. At first I chalked it up to clumsiness, but days after replacing it I noticed the new bar cracking in the same place. Seems to me like a manufacturer’s flaw (very similar to the Sony ericsson’s cracking buttons).

    I can’t understand why the makers would put such a flimsy button on a part of the phone that gets the most pressure. I’m thinking of just waiting and getting a new phone rather than dumping my money into repeatedly repairing this one.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. StraightTalk says:

    I bought this product to replace my Motorola v360 after 2 years of good use. I wanted a phone that has similar functions but with FM. I was disappointed with the handsfree headset. It still had the 2.5 mm input plug but now as an extension to a 3.5 headset which also serves as a microphone. I hope they kept the microphone on the extension so I can use a better 3.5 mm headset that stays in my ear. I guess I have to buy bluetooth now. The keypad is small. It has synchronization of Tel# to the t-mobile server but I don’t know how secure it is. The phone address book can carry 3 numbers per entryname but if you move it to the sim, it will split the numbers each into an entry e.g. name, name1, name2. Overall, the phone is good for what it is meant for, a multimedia player/recorder.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Parent of two girls says:

    I have two of these phones. One works just fine. The other has died six times. After replacing the SIMM card, the micro SD card, the battery, and the entire phone, the only explanation is that one of the mp3 music files is causing the phone’s software to hang. But the phone doesn’t die while playing any particular song, and it has even died while turned off. It took three dead phones before Nokia customer support quit dismissing a music software glitch might be the problem acknowledged that memory leakage could be killing the phone. But they said their tech support guys are incapable of locating and fixing a problem like that. So the “solution” is that my daughter can’t put any of 200+ mp3 files back on her phone, because one of them is causing it to fail. (All these music files play just fine on a Sansa mp3 player.) T-Mobile was quite good about replacing the dead phone with a new one, but that didn’t solve the problem, and that’s all Nokia is willing to do. (At least the third time I had to send it in to Nokia technical support for the same unfixed problem Nokia agreed to pay the $10 shipping fee.) I bought this phone on December 18, and on March 20 I’m preparing to send the sixth dead phone back to Nokia. Two weeks from now I’ll have a partially working cell phone again.

    So the bottom line is that it’s a good phone if it works with your mp3 files, but if for any reason it doesn’t, Nokia isn’t going to fix the problem.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. P. Garg says:

    I am die-hard fan of Nokia and have used atleast 4 different Nokia phones. Even though I don’t like this phone, i will continue to use Nokia.
    There are some good points abt this phone too.
    1. Very sleak, stylish, light-weight,
    2. Bright colorful screen
    3. works great as a music player.
    4. Video/LCD quality is very good.

    Now the Cons:
    1. Biggest disappointment was Very low volume with or without speaker. Impossible to use this phone in car, train, malls or any crowded or noisy places.
    2. Battery life: I get 2-3 days with minimal talk time. I could have still lived with that but the battery indicator lets u beleive that it has more battery life than it actually has. (especially the second half).
    3. Down select key has become very hard with 2 months of moderate use, It needs to pressed very hard now, i am pretty sure it is not going to last that long.
    4. Very minor flaw: Phone is very slippery. it has no grip. Its all plastic uniform smooth silky body. I find myself dropping this phone a lot more often.
    5. Software of Nokia to transfer phonebook sucks badly. It was much easier to transfer the numbers using sim card.

    I have a very basic blackberry phone also and I find myself using that phone over this one all the time.

    Overall: I would not recomend this Phone. It has some good points but not the ones i care about.

    Rating: 2 / 5

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