Excerpt: The Nokia 5610 is a music slider phone, available in an attractive slide opening casing. It is an interesting phone with a large screen and offers high audio quality. Find out more about this phone in this Nokia 5610 review.
Excerpt: The Nokia 5610 is a sleek mobile phone that functions on both 2G and 3G systems. It was announced in Q3 2007 and released soon after that. Its' dimensions are 98.5 x 48.5 x 17 mm. This phone tips the scales at 111g. It features a TFT display screen capable of 16M colour recognition. It is capable of sending SMS, MMS, IM and Emailing.
Conclusion: More than just a music phone, the 5610 slides into our Best Buy lists for its effortless ease of use and simple, satisfying sonics.
Pros: Steve Jobs may be healthier than a beansprout sandwich (reportedly) but the future of his iPod empire doesn’t look so certain. Slip a microSD card (up to 4GB) full of songs into the sweet-sounding 5610 and your ears will never look back again. Or your eyes, for that matter, as the Nokia’s aluminium construction and generous 16-million colour screen shame the latest nanos into embarrassed silence. You’ve got 3G for surfing, a 3.2MP camera with autofocus and flash for s...
Cons: If you don’t have a stereo Bluetooth earphones, you’re stuck with Nokia’s own, rather average headset. And unlike some of Finland’s newer phones, the 5610 definitely does not Come With Music – you’ll have to make do with Nokia’s Music Store.
Summary: Nokia 5610 XpressMusic will have a retail price of around 300 Euro,and
at this price , the phone has a really good quality to price ratio.Without
any direct rivals the Nokia 5610 XpressMusic , has much of the market
to its self , so the sales will probably be quite high.
All in all we think that if you're looking for a music orientated
handset the Nokia 5610 could be the phone you're looking for.
Conclusion: Nokia’s XpressMusic 5610 won’t surf the Web competently, allow you to tap out texts in seconds with a QWERTY keyboard or let you pass your flight watching Mad Max without some serious eye strain, but as a phone and a music player, it does the job. As a trade-off for all that other missing functionality that could be found in a real smartphone, you get a slim, durable and easily pocketed little guy that puts those other bricks to shame on portability and style.
Pros: Sleek and well-built; respectable sound quality and EQ
Cons: Software needs a little refinement; poor battery life when used for playing music
Summary: There are two reasons to consider the Nokia XpressMusic 5610 over the 5310: snapping better pictures with your cell phone, and if you particularly like slider designs. It has great call quality and solid battery life, but overall we prefer the sleeker design and 3.5mm jack on the more affordable 5310.
Pros: Big simple music controls, Sharp 3.2-MP camera, Good call quality,
Conclusion: Surfing the net, whilst not as fast as the Nokia N-Series range is more than competent and once you have got to grips with the controls, the camera produces some impressive shots. Battery life With up to 22 hours of music playback, the Nokia 5610 XpressMusic provides enough juice to keep you entertained for a full day's music listening.
Excerpt: An upgrade of the Nokia 5300 phone, the Nokia 5610 Xpress Music is a phone that impresses in technology as well as entertainment. Touted as another music branded phone of Nokia, the 5610 is a slider phone that looks stunning in two different colors, red and blue and is packed with latest multimedia technology. There is a unique Music Slider button that enables you to instantly access music as well as FM Radio.