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Nokia 3510

Nokia 3510/3590
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM-900/GSM-1800 (3510/3510i)
GSM-850/GSM-1900 (3590/3595)
TDMA-850/1900/AMPS-850 (3560)
First released 2002
Predecessor Nokia 3310 (3510)
Nokia 3395 (3590)
Nokia 3360 (3560)
Successor Nokia 6010 (3595)
Dimensions Length: 11.9 cm x Depth: 2.28 cm x Width: 5.00 cm
Weight 111 g (3.92 oz)
Battery

NiMH 950 mA·h BLC-2

  • Talk: 6.5 hours
  • Standby: 12.5 days (300 hours)
Display Monochrome, 96 x 65 pixels (3510/3590) or
12-bit color CSTN, 96 x 65 pixels (3510i/3595/3560)

The Nokia 3510 is an entry-level mobile phone for the GSM network, introduced by Nokia in 2002. The phone was the first Nokia phone to bring GPRS internet services to the mass market.[1] An enhanced version, Nokia 3510i, introduced the same year, was one of the first phones with a color display. The phone has a Nokia Series 30 96 x 65 color user interface. Like its predecessor, the Nokia 3410, the 3510 has the multi-button user interface of the classic Nokia 2110.

GPRS is used for data transmission and mobile Internet WAP service. The Nokia 3510i model supports Java 2 ME that makes it possible for users to download and use Java applications (not supported by 3510), background images and polyphonic ringtones. The phone supports SMS and MMS messaging.[2][3] The 3510i is of the DCT4 hardware generation.

Contents

  • Variants 1
  • Technical data 2
  • Accessories 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Variants

The European / Asian versions, the Nokia 3510i and the Nokia 3530, which operate on GSM 900/1800, and features a more conventional keypad.

The Nokia 3590 was a version of the 3510 for the North American market. It operates on GSM-1900 and GSM-850 networks. The phone was at one time available through the former AT&T GoPhone prepaid mobile phone service.

The Nokia 3595 operates on North American GSM-1900 and GSM-850 networks. Prior to the release of the 3595, the Nokia 3560 was released, with a more standard arrangement of the keypad, and operating on TDMA and AMPS for roaming. IS-136. The 3560 was released in the Spring of 2003 and was sold through early 2004 when TDMA accounts were no longer being activated. The 3560 came with more preloaded content than the 3595 since the phone was primarily designed for prepaid TDMA customers. The 3595 contains less preloaded content but enables users to download new content using GPRS, or MMS. The 3595 is often though of as the GSM equivalent to the TDMA 3560, although it is actually an upgrade to the Nokia 3590 handset. The 3595 and 3590 faceplate and keypad buttons are interchangeable.

The Nokia 3595 includes an IM client for AOL Instant Messenger and ICQ in the latest firmware revisions.

A newer version of the 3595 is the Nokia 6010, which improves on the keypad and gives the phone a more business-oriented look. The 6010 also has corrected all of the software bugs that were previously found in the 3595 handset. The 6010 was discontinued by all major GSM carriers except T-Mobile in 2006.

Technical data

Model 3510 3510i
CPU UPP8M v1.1 UPP8M v2.2[4]
UEM UEMK v4.4 UEMK v4.4[4]
RF MJOELNER S2006 MJOELNER S2006[4]
Flashmemory 876701 bytes 876701 bytes[5]

UEM - Universal Energy Management

Accessories

Type Partsnumber
Battery BLC-2 LiON ; BMC-3 NiMH (3510 only)[6][7]
Headset HDC-5 (standard); HDB-5 (boom); HDD-1 (dual ear); HDC-10 (retractable);
CARK-134 (car kit); PPH-1 (no holder+antenna); HDR-1 (music);[8] HDE-2; LPS-3 (inductive)
Data cable OEM only or DIY
Charger DDC-1 (standard); ACP-12 (fast & light)

Data port:

↑ Towards battery connector ↑
NC 1-GND 2-Vpp
3-Fbus RX 4-Mbus 5-Fbus TX
[9]

Fbus and Mbus uses 3,3 volt levels.

References

  1. ^ The Nokia 3510 brings GPRS and polyphonic sounds to the consumer market - Nokia press release March 12, 2002
  2. ^ Review Nokia 3510i - mobile-review
  3. ^ Review: Nokia 3510
  4. ^ a b c "nokia-tuning.net - Nokia PCB IC list / compatibility for DCT-4 phones".  090421 nokia-tuning.net
  5. ^ "CodeDump: Linux meets Nokia 3510i".  090421 de-brauwer.be
  6. ^ "cnc phone warehouse - Nokia Genuine Accessories".  090910 cncphones.com.au
  7. ^ techbuy.com.au - Nokia BMC-3 - NiMH Battery, 900mAh for 3310, 3330, 3350, 3510 & 3315, read 2012-09-12
  8. ^ "empty".  090910 nds2.nokia.com
  9. ^ "Nokia 3510 Connector Pinout - AllPinouts".  090910 allpinouts.org

External links

  • Nokia 3595 Phone
  • Nokia 3560 Phone
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