Messaging:

The messaging menu is also typical for Nokia. From here, you can write or send an SMS, e-mail, flash or audio message. 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.

Also in this menu, is located the Yahoo!GO program. This application will let you follow the latest news and the weather forecast. Last, is the Map application, through which you can search for addresses, routes and POI (Points Of Interest).



Connectivity:

Nokia 5610 XpressMusic is a quad-band GSM with support for 850/2100 MHz 3G, which makes it a global phone.

We are somewhat disappointed with the Internet browser, because of its inability to correctly visualize pages that are more complicated. You can use it to read something, but you’ll definitely avoid taking advantage of its services. You can forget about regularly checking your Facebook account for example.


To connect locally, you can either use the microUSB included in the package or pair wirelessly via Bluetooth 2.0. Nicely thought of, the phone charges while being connected to a PC via the cable, which is an option that is not present in most other mobile devices by the manufacturer.

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5 Comments

1. Tz unregistered

This phone is really great

2. unregistered

battery sucks

3. elaine unregistered

i might get this phone. is it good?

4. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

my sister has it and i played around with it the music player is really good the FM radio needs an "antenna" (headphones) ???? the games on hers arent really fun like guitar hero III sounds horrible the camera is really bad and everything looks dark n fuzzy

5. TreyTreyTaylor

Posts: 728; Member since: Dec 21, 2010

This phone while it was an amazing phone had HUGE bugs. Where to start, well i had four FOUR 5610's. Two red&black's and two white and silvers. Now i don't know if this was a T-Mobile USA specific bug, But each and every one i had (not one owned for longer than a month or two) had screen malfunctions in which during doing something on the phone the screen would go white completely and never return to normal state. Nothing fixed this problem. I wanted to love this phone so much but literally couldn't because each replacement did the same exact thing over a couple weeks time. That was three years ago tho. Left T-Mobile in 09. Went to Verizon got a Motorola Droid, the rest is history.
5610 XpressMusic
  • Display 2.2" 240 x 320 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP
  • Storage 0.02 GB
  • Battery 900 mAh(6.00h talk time)

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