The Nokia 5610 XpressMusic is a mobile with exquisite styling and a slide open design. This styling makes the gadget quite immaculate; a fact that it can work on 2G and 3G networks further adds to its value. The handset has unlimited access to GSM and thus one can connect with this phone to any place on the earth. The handset is also known for having its 2.2 inches display screen that gives a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The memory of the device is great for storing of innumerable files.
The handset is good for entertainment purposes as it can capture pictures with the help of its 3.15 MP camera that is capable of giving a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. This camera can record videos with the same high resolution power. There is also a secondary camera that is used for the purpose of making video-calls. Entertainment extends to playing of music with the help of the music player. There is a FM radio that brings entertainment in the form of music, commentary on games and other programs to the owners. The mobile comes pre-loaded with entertaining games such as Snake II, Rally 3D, Music Guess and Towerbloxx. The users can either play these games or can download new games to remain entertained. The handset can be carried to long distances and used for a long time as the battery gives 329 hrs of standby time and 6 hr of talk-time.
Connectivity remains very good with options such as GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth and USB port. These allows wireless as well as cord based connectivity. Messaging is made possible due to the presence of options such as SMS, MMS, email and instant messaging. These services give every user the opportunity to transfer files as attachments to other compatible gadgets. There is also the option of sending and receiving files wirelessly by other means such as Bluetooth. The memory of the Nokia 5610 XpressMusic is 20 MB internal memory and the card slot can further be extended up to 4 GB. This phone can easily store a movie and the owners can then watch it on the TFT screen that gives 240 x 320 pixels resolution and supports 16 M colours.
Author: Adam Caitlin