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Nokia 2610

Nokia 2610
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800
GSM 850/1900 (North American version)
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 104 x 43 x 18 mm
Weight 91 g
Operating system Nokia OS (Series 40 user interface)
Memory 3 MB internal memory
Battery 1020 mAh Li-ion
Display 1.5 in CSTN
128x128 pixels
65,536 colours
Connectivity GPRS

The Nokia 2610, released in Q1 2006, is a mobile phone manufactured by Nokia.


  • Design 1
  • Specifications 2
    • Networks 2.1
    • Entertainment 2.2
    • Internet 2.3
    • Connectivity 2.4
    • Storage 2.5
    • Dimensions 2.6
    • Operating system 2.7
    • Display 2.8
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The Nokia 2610 is a candybar-style phone that weighs 91 grams, with its buttons operated by the thumb. It has a 1.5-inch (38 mm) CSTN colour screen with 65,536-colour display. It uses a D-pad and two selection buttons, one on each side, with a Send and End key like native S40 devices. The End key is also used to turn the phone on and off.



  • GSM 900, GSM 1800
  • GSM 850, GSM 1900 (North America)





  • 3 MB Internal Flash memory[1]


  • 104 x 43 x 18 mm

Operating system


  • 1.5 in CSTN
  • 65,536 colours


  1. ^ Nokia 2610 specification from GSM Arena

External links

  • Nokia 2610 Instruction Manual (37 pgs - 839KB .pdf)
  • Official Nokia 2610 website on Nokia UK
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