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Nokia 5610 XpressMusic

Nokia 5610
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/2100
Availability by country August 2008
Related Nokia 5310
Form factor Slider
Dimensions 98.5 mm x 48.5 mm x 17 mm
Weight 111g
Operating system Series 40 5th Edition
Memory 20MB internal memory
Removable storage

microSD (supports up to 4

GB)
Battery Li-Ion 900 mAh (BP-5M)
Data inputs Keypad
Display 240 x 320 px, 2.2", TFT LCD
Rear camera 3.2 megapixels (flash & autofocus) / 2048 x 1536 px
Front camera QVGA videocall (front)
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0, Micro USB

The Nokia 5610 is a phone in Nokia's XpressMusic series. Launched in Q4 of 2008 it runs on the Series 40 platform. The phone is available in red, blue, white and pink side colors.

LCD screen issues

This phone has a known LCD screen defect that causes the screen to cease functioning. T-Mobile was aware of this and only temporarily halted sales[1] before putting the phone back on the market, regardless of the problem never being fixed. Upon further investigation, it appears as though the connector to the LCD becomes worn down and the protective layer breaks due to friction from operation of the slider.

External links

  • Nokia 5610 Device Details
  • Nokia 5610 on Nokia Europe
  • Nokia 5610 review on GSM Arena

References

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