Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Review
The messaging menu is also typical for Nokia. From here, you can write or send an SMS, MMS, or a voice note. The T9 predictive text input system helps you for those and you can use the templates too.
It is easy to setup e-mail accounts, because the phone recognizes some of the options of the more popular web mail services, such as Gmail and Yahoo. There is no option for setting up your own account incase it doesn’t fall within any of the given providers.
Supplied with only a WAP browser, it’s already apparent that this is not that best cell to use for surfing the web but more-so for just quick check while on the go. Simple pages loaded fine but the more complex ones experienced a few glitches from time to time as text overlapped some images or vice versa.
To connect locally, you can either use the microUSB included in the package or pair wirelessly via Bluetooth 2.0.
1. (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 0 1
i owned a sony ericsson w 810i before...gave a very good battery life...day before yesterday bought this nokia 5310...but i just have to admit its battery life sucks...jus lasts for 1 day that too with minimum usage...for that matter this flamboyant 5310 is no match to sony ericsson walkman models in terms of both sound and camera...