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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Nokia 2610 Review

This is a low-end model with good connectivity capabilities. An integrated client allows working with e-mail. Also there is a WAP browser, MP3 files can serve as call melodies.
Announced in 2006
Class: low-end, youth
Position in the line: above Nokia 2600
Rivals: Motorola C650


General features
Double band eGSM900/1800
Battery type 970 mAh Li-Ion (BL-5?)
talk mode from 3 up to 5 hours
standby mode up to 380 hours
Colour graphical display (CSTN), the resolution of 128x128 pixels, shows up to 65000 colours
Weight: 91 gramms
Dimensions: 104 x 43 x 18 mm

Phone book memory for 300 names
Memory for 60 SMS and graphical messages
Call log of last 30 calls of all types
Call management, ringing tones
24 tones, polyphonic call signals
Speed dial for 8 numbers
Automatic redial (maximum 10 attempts)
Call duration

Nokia Xpress audio messaging (voice messages)
Predictive text input ?9
Templates, smiles
Message counters
Graphical templates
Mass messaging
Concatenated messages
SMS Chat

Dictaphone record as a call melody
Midi, sp-midi, mp3 files as call melodies
WAP 2.0
GPRS class 8
E-mail client

Organizer and extras
Dictionary (depends on the country)
Calculator, currency converter
Musical composer
Screen savers
Stopwatch, countdown timer
Alarm clock (once, recurrent)


The Nokia 2610 helps you take control of your communications. Making notes is easier with the Voice Recorder function. Bring your messages to life and get yourself heard: with Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging you can now let colleagues and friends hear exactly how you feel. Access news, information and email on your way to work or play via the WAP browser shortcut key. A richer visual experience is promised by the Nokia 2610 large fonts and display. More power to communicate – with the Nokia 2610.