Nokia 3510i Review
Review: May 2003. Updated October 2003.
The Nokia 3510i updates the Nokia 3510
with a colour screen and downloadable Java games. Like the 3410 and
3510, the Nokia 3510i has all of the features that made the 3210/3310
so popular - downloadable ringtones, Xpress-on covers and great
ease of use. It also has new features that were first introduced on
the Nokia 3510 - polyphonic (MIDI) ringtones, Multimedia
Messaging Service (MMS) and GPRS (fast, always-on internet access).
The X-press-on covers available for the Nokia 3510i include some specialised
functional covers, such as the gaming cover. Snap on the gaming cover,
and you can really enjoy the 5 built-in games, which make good use of
the phone's polyphonic sound and vibration effects.
The 3510i is not highly recommended, due to software reliability problems
and the fact that it's an old phone with a limited specification: try
the newer Nokia 3100 instead.
Features of the Nokia 3510i include:
- WAP 1.2.1, GPRS
- Predictive text messaging
- Picture messaging
- Downloadable Java games and applications (plus preloaded games)
- MMS (send and receive multimedia messages)
- High resolution colour display (4096 colours)
- 20 traditional ringtones plus 15 polyphonic ringtones, plus space
for 15+ customisable ringtones
- Voice dialling
- Speed dialling
- SMS chat
- Animated screen savers
- Changeable front and back covers (including functional covers)
- Calendar, stopwatch, alarm clock, calculator, currency converter
- Size: 118 x 50 x 17 mm
- Weight: 106g
- Battery standby: up to 13 days
- Battery talktime: 2.5 - 4.5 hours
- Vibration alert
- Dual band
Nokia 3510i User Reviews
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Average rating from 101 reviews:
Reviewed by chrissie from England on 16th May
I would like to give my review on the Nokia 3510i.
I bought this phone when it first came out on the market, and I still
have the same phone, it still has the original battery and charger.
In the 10 years plus that I have had this phone never once has it let
me down, I can send texts messages and emails from the handset, I can
send and receive photo from it, the only thing it doesn't do it take
I love this phone it's reliable, easy to use and sturdy as I have dropped
it many times over the years and it still works 100%.
The Nokia 3510i is the best handset ever brought out on the market.
Reviewed by Sarah from England on 26th Nov 2003
ive had this phone for about 3 months now and has bot failed once but
the games are shocking "racket" "back gamon" and sky diver" controls
are bad and very hard because of the horrible hard buttons im selling
this phone to my brother and ive now bought a sony ericsson T610 which
is amazing!! on the 3510i the contrast is appaulling but some good points
are the ringtones (polyphonic) are outstanding pixels could be better.
message storage can store up to about 70 sms. orginiser is very good
and a well displayed calender but unfortantly dose not go off when the
phone is off. ive always had a nokia and al i can say about them is
what a load of cr*p!!! my 1st phone 3310 had a fault then i got a 3410
and kept turning itself off when i recieved a call or sms and now i
have this phone and im just glad to be gettijg rid of it. overall i
wouldnt recoment this phone get the sony ericsson T610!!
Reviewed by Shane from UK on 22nd Nov 2003
ok i aint really a big nokia fan - my last to phones were sharp gx10
and samsung v200 - but now ive orderd a sharp gx20 and its not coming
for 3 weeks so i bought a 3510i until it does, an i must say for a simple
nokia phone i was very pleased. im used to having the best phones around
but was still entertained by this little thing. nice menus very easy
to txt and loadza otha great things. if ur price rang is around £100
i'd say get this phone its one of the best in its range
Reviewed by Louise from england on 18th Nov 2003
i REALLY want to get this phone, i looks really cool! nokia phones are
extremely simple to use - you just cant go wrong (i have had nothing
but nokia phones)!! NOKIA RULES!!! thanks for making my phone life so
Reviewed by Al from England on 18th Nov 2003
Well there are good and bad reviews for this phone, sadly an I am adding
another bad review The Nokia 3510i has to be the worst phone I've had,
it's very unreliable, I have now had 2 3510i's the 1st one lost it's
sound after 3 months from new, and the second 3510i i had worked for
a couple of days until i went to go and phone my Girl Friend only to
find out that it had shut down, tryed to turn it back on and nothing
another dead phone, another bad point of this phone is wap downloading,
i have found that if you download to many ringtones and wallpapers from
wap, the phone stuggles to cope and more often than not it will crash
when playing ringtones. All in all, not impressed at all with this phone,
being a Nokia only phone man, I'm very surprised at nokia, usually there
phones are hard as nails.....But not this one!
Reviewed by B Whatton from UK on 11th Nov 2003
I cannot believe the reviews I have been reading about the Nokia 3510i.
People are actually saying good things about it. Where I live it can
be bought for under £80.00 (The Orange Shop). Having just bought one
I can see why. It may be a great looking phone, with lots of electronic
gadgetry, but there is one thing wrong with it, and it is quite an important
reason for not buying it. It is practically impossible to read the text
in daylight conditions unless it is very dull. It about as good as having
a watch without out being able to see the hands!! You cannot adjust
the contrast. The back light, which only stays illuminated for a mater
of say 10 seconds, cannot be adjusted, and believe you me you need as
much light as you can to read what you are keying in. The Orange Shop
won't let me change it as their 14 day 'cool off' period has gone. I
cannot get it changed under guarantee. So what have I done-- pretty
well binned it and bought a Siemens A55 for under £40.00. Great phone.
Be warned folks, do NOT buy the Nokia 3510i. whatever you read good
Reviewed by Leigh from UK on 10th Nov 2003
all dis stuff about it turning off iv had no prob with it the ringtones
sound mint loud gaames very good there loads an can download dem free
off wap/gprs an people moneing about the size it like 5mm bigger den
3310 lot lighter an thiner the couler screen very good like photos lol
i got bruce lee but u do get good an bad wallpaper an ringtones if u
wont a good one u best bet is to buy them downloadin them free off wap
r crap all dotty but do get the odd good one the ringtone buy them free
one all crap trust me it looks good no probs wat so ever an u can send
photos so if someone got a camra phone den then can send u da photo
an hav as wallpaper or send it what ever u wont
Reviewed by Tom Bowen from England on 6th Nov
6 months ago, I decided to get a nokia 3510i (Despite a friend's breaking
constantly) on orange. I got the phone home, only to find it didnt work,
so, the next day, I took it back to the orange shop and recieved another
phone... Only to find this dosnt work. After taking this back, I got
a new phone which actualy works. I was slightly impressed at first at
the free internet untill I was made to pay for it. Today, I sent a text
and my phone switched off and wont turn back on! I'm anticipating having
to go through the same b-s as my friend who wated months for his phone
to be repaired only to find that he was given the wrong phone! After
looking on the nokia and orange web-sites I've found nothing helpfull.
There are premium rate numbers but they dont help either. If any one
is thinking about getting this phone, DONT. ANYTHINGS BETTER THAN THIS.
I'm probably going to get a 7250, atleast they work!
Reviewed by Colin watts from UK Bournemouth on
6th Nov 2003
These reviews are useless 1 star and 5 star for the same flippin phone!!
Reviewed by Mike from England on 3rd Nov 2003
I wrote a review a month ago having a moan about having four of these
phones since jan 2003. I am now having another moan cos now I have had
five of them. After finally talking virgin mobile round to sending me
a brand new one rather than reconditioned ones, the phone lasted 2 wekks
then it switched off and wouldn't turn on again. I have found virgin
mobile very unhelpful in the whole thing. They are quite happy to send
replacements till the year runs out then it isnt their problem. In the
end i went to my local advice bureax who gave me the number for OFTEL.
OFTEL have managed to get virgin to give me a refund. I am going to
get the samsung P400. I wouldn't touch nokia with a barge pole!!! Thanks
Nokia for making the last 9 months as difficult as possible, and thanks
virgin mobile for all the useless help you have given. If you want my
advice people considering to buy this phone, DONT buy it and DONT buy
any phones of Virgin Mobile internet sight they are useless.
Reviewed by Chris from UK on 27th Oct 2003
D-O-D-G-Y fone so many little quirks about it dont buy this phone plenty
of other decent ones for under £100 like: Sony-Ericsson T310 Panasonic
GD67 Sony Ericsson T230 BUY THESE INSTEAD
Reviewed by Tom from UK on 25th Oct 2003
hi i have had my Nokia 3510i for about 3 months now and i am really
pleased with it. Lots of my friends have it and they are also pleased
with it. It is my first phone and i am not going to get rid of for ages!
It is great value, i got mine from the Link for £110 which included
a years insurance. The colour screen is really good and is very clear.
Downloading is very easy and the quality of the polyphonic ringtones
is great. There are lots of things to do and they are simple to set-up
and change. Many people have complained about the phone turning itself
off but this has'nt been a problem with my phone. I have not yet got
my GPRS sorted out but the GSM is still good. I would recommend this
phone to anyone and im sure you will agree that this is a good phone.
Reviewed by Adam from UK on 23rd Oct 2003
I bought a Nokia 3510i on the Orange network this year in May and ever
since I have not been impressed with it. I don't like the low sound
quality of the polyphonic ringtones and the selection of ringtones pre-loaded
into the phone compared to my previous phone the 3510 which had a better
selection of tones plus slighty better sound quality. The decent phones
I recommend are the Nokia 6100, 6610 and 7210. I have also noticed that
the sales of old Nokia models such as the 8310, 5210 and 3410 are selling
better because they have monophonic ringtones and with the high pitch
you can hear them better in crowded places. It looks to me like people
would rather go without cameras, colour screens etc just to stick with
old fashioned ringtones and have a black and white phone display. The
one feature that Nokia should also included as standard on all phones
is the keyguard code security feature which is where the phones security
code is required to remove the keypad lock instead of pre ssing menu
then * (asterisk). A great security feature to make the phone unusable
if stolen. I recommend if you have a phone with this feature such as
the Nokia 3410 or 5210 use the feature for security of your phone.
Reviewed by Sexy Claires MAN from UK on 22nd Oct
Brought it for the girlfriend shes happy so Im happy but have experienced
that FROG problem! You know when you select beep once for message alert
and it sounds like a frog. Oh well, got the guarantee, will have words
with the peeps at the carphone warehouse! No one upsets my darling and
gets away with it. Not a bad effort Nokia but watch your back!
Reviewed by Chris Cunny from UK on 22nd Oct 2003
Despite my initial infatuation with the 3510i's good, sturdy appearance,
it has been as reliable as a broken S/H 50p digital watch that was made
in Japan. £100 for this? If anyone thimks that's a good deal, I've some
land on the Moon going for a song... I had bought the 3510i as a replacement
after a theft. After waiting three weeks for the damned thing to arrive,
I had keypad faults and poor battery performance within a month of usage,
in the home! And,just for wanting to retain my number (had it for 4
years-thankyou thieves!) I will have to visit an over-crowded out-of-town
shopping complex just to 'downgrade' to a 3310 or whatever!
Reviewed by victoras from romania on 21st Oct
i bought the fone about 2 months ago and this is what i have to say
about it.first, the DOWNSIDES: very poor screen resolution(96 by 65=6240pixels
compared to nokia 7650,3650,n-gage,6600 that have 176 by 208pixels=36608,
or a 7210,6610,7250,6100 that have 128 by 128=16384pixels)-what can
u say at this low price?.It's polyphonic like the 7210,7250 6800 on
ONLY 4 VOICES.The organizer doesn't work when the fone is turned off.Voice
diallng works for only 10 numbers .You CAN'T assign downloaded ringtones
for names in the phone book.You need to press the on\off button hard
if u want it to work.MMS limited TO 30KB.MMS WITHOUT SOUND.Low GPRS
Class-4.The case isn't extremly Reliable.I've whitnessed the phone turning
off and then on without no apparent reason(only a couple of times-15
times max). The GOODSIDES:Wallet function, Generous Phonebook with 500
names up to 5 fone numbers, an email address,a note a web address an
a postal address for each name.it's not a very complete fone.If u are
looking for a fone with a good signal, good power consumption, limited
functions, and a low price the nokia3510i might just do the trick
Reviewed by Dean from UK on 19th Oct 2003
Amazin. Nuff Sed
Reviewed by anjie from e.yorks on 18th Oct 2003
i've had this phone for just over a month and its finally died.The phone
has been switching its self off over the past month.I thought this phone
was quiet good until this happened.Ive always had a nokia phone and
this was rubbish and a waste of money compared to the other phones ive
had,overall this phone is cr*p and not worth it's money.It should be
taken off the market.
Reviewed by Rohil from - on 11th Oct 2003
The graphics, signal and buttons really suck
Reviewed by pozzi from Malta on 9th Oct 2003
I had the Nokia 3510 before I saw on the Nokia site the 3510i which
I fell in love with. After 7 months with the 3510 I sold it and bought
the Nokia 3510i which I am very happy with. I bought it mainly for java
games and GPRS which I use to surf and to send MMS and e-mails. As other
have said, the mobile sometimes switches off and on by itself but this
is done rarely(once every 3 weeks from what I can remember). Also another
of it's problems is the few memory it has for Java games and applications.
Overall it satisfies all the characteristics that are given on the Nokia
site, it is affordable and reliable(at least mine!) :-)
Reviewed by Gav from UK on 9th Oct 2003
After owning a 3310 for a couple of years,I decided to stay with Nokia
and upgrade to a 3510i,all in all a pretty great phone,the REALLY annoying
point with the phone is the backlight going off far to quickly and being
unable to clearly see anything on the screen after that!!!,I was a little
suprised to see the phone LARGER that the 3310 but only by a half a
centimeter.All in all I would recommend this phone...it's easy to use...all
Nokia's are popular so getting hold of phone covers and handsfree kits
etc are easy peasy and cheaper that other phone makes. GO FOR IT!!!
Reviewed by Mike Young from England on 7th Oct
At first I was very impressed with this phone, all the features were
handy and it was quite cool having the light up sides. However, the
tonesa kept cutting out so I got an exchange from Virgin Mobile. I have
had the 3510i phone 9 months and it has just gone back to virgin again
due to bad workmanship. I have had four 3510i phones in the last 9 months
due to tones cutting out, the phone refusing to switch on, and the phone
freezing. I have not been very impressed with this phone at all other
than at first sight and I would NOT reccommend it unless you enjoy the
fuss of having to have it changed every few months. I very disappointing
phone, but then it is at the cheaper end of the nokia market. :-(
Reviewed by Sally from UK on 2nd Oct 2003
Overall think phone is pretty good, but does anyone else have this problem
- when I change the tone to 'beep once' for receiving a text message
it makes a frog sound, instead of the one beep. I have been back onto
the supplier and they said this is normal but none of my other nokias
have done this when I have selected 'beep once' It is driving me mad,
can anyone explain how to stop it turning into a frog? firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviewed by aly from Egypt on 2nd Oct 2003
i think it is one of the best phones i never had a problem with it the
only thing that i dont like is the memory is very small
Reviewed by meg from uk on 30th Sep 2003
my sister has this phone and when deciding on which phone to buy i had
a play around on hers. its ok i guess, colour screens, polyphonic ringtones.
good price but it just looks so ugly, its like a brick. my advice is,
buy it if you want a cheap phone with a few good features but if you
want the full snazzy look of a phone, just dont bother. the colours
of it are ugly, navy blue and orange, whats that all about?!? and you
cant buy covers for it. i know they say never judge a book buy its cover
but it is nice to have a phone that looks good as well as works well.
i have now bought the nokia 5100 and love it however it is simular to
this phone but jsut looks better and has extra features. so in my opinion
get it if you want a simple durable phone but dont if you want to be
at the height of fashion.
Reviewed by Guy from England on 24th Sep 2003
This is my fourth phone and my first Nokia. I got it as a free upgrade.
In terms of signal strength, call quality and battery life, this phone
is the best I have had (especially compared to my T68). Very impressive
on these, arguably the most important, aspects.
I am busy looking for an upgrade, however, because the 3510i just doesn't
satisfy my gadgety needs. I'm not into gimmicks like MMS or a camera,
and am not overly fussed about polyphonic ring tones (even if they are
quite cool). Want I do want, though, is something smaller, snazier,
and with features such as tri-band and an IR port. I know that is not
in the design remit of the 3510i, but without some of these features
I cannot bring myself to give it more than 3/5 stars.
Reviewed by Philip H from England on 20th Sep
I've had it for a week now and i'm very happy with it. Very good screen,
GPRS is nice to have, but i mainly bought it for the downloadable games
(as well as it being a phone, obviously!). On the downside there is
no ringtone composer but i can't imagine anyone entering polyphonic
tones anyway, and also it is pretty big - the same size as a 3310. You
can buy one for around £100 on prepay or get a 12 month contract with
one free for around £130 upwards if you shop around so it's good value.
Recommended games by the way: Fruit Machine, Prince Of Persia and Siberian
Strike. I haven't had chance to play FIFA 2003 yet. I've filled mine
with around 15 games so there is quite a bit of capacity there.
Reviewed by Leroygprs from Pakistan on 20th Sep
This phone is good, i've had it for a month & so far no complains.....
it's pretty good, the color screen is good, ringtones r good, big size
& weight r a + coz here lighter n smaller phones get stolen easily,
it's much easier to send sms as compared to my previous Samsung N500
which has rock hard keys. i recommend this baby.
Reviewed by Philip from England on 20th Sep 2003
Brilliant phone, being deaf I use it solely for text only, the backlight
goes out way too soon cos when it does you cannot see a thing!!! I'd
prefer it be like it is but without the colour screen then you wouldn't
have the problem of the backlight disappearing as with non-colour phones
can be read with no backlight. I have got the MMS set up on it which
means I can send emails out to friends, brilliant. It also has a cache
to store offline pages which I find useful. The wallet function is very
useful as well, for storing important numbers etc and is accessed by
a code. Unfortunatly it went wrong after having it for 6 months, (wouldn't
recieve sms and the power up button was non-responsive) BEWARE if your
phone goes for repair you will probably lose ALL your data, games, and
MMS/GPRS set up data.It happened to me and I had to reset everything
and pay for my games all over again. Otherwise a brilliant tool.
Reviewed by JIMMY GLYNN from IRELAND on 15th Sep
The phone is just brill I had a GD67 and it is just c**p compare to
this. The price is brill and the phone is brill so get it yours-------JG
Reviewed by Ben from United Kingdom on 13th Sep
I have always had Nokia phones in the past as I regard them as being
one of the most reliable makes of phone around. However, I have been
extremely disappointed with the 3510i. I have had the phone for less
than six months and in that short space of time, I have had two separate
phones, both of which developed faults shortly after I bought them.
I have experienced problems with the battery not holding its charge,
the phone itself not charging at all, and the phone constantly turning
itself off then back on again. Also, message tones are a hit and miss
affair as they don't always work, and the choice of colour backgrounds
is very poor when you compare it to other colour screen phones! I wouldn't
recommend this phone to anybody!
Reviewed by Zafar Ali Siddiqui from Pakistan on
11th Sep 2003
Nokia 3510i is goodlooking, smart and most latest in 3xxx nokia mobile
series in comparison with nokia 3410.
Reviewed by Katiehas from UK on 9th Sep 2003
I must say this was a bit of a disappointment. I swapped to this phone
from a Samsung A300, as the reception was poor on the Samsung, and I
wanted an old school reliable Nokia. I decided to go for the 3510i because
of the features such as colour screen and polyphonic ring tones. Have
subsequently played with phones with 'real' colour screens and the differences
are amazing! Anyway, that's not the point. The phone has had a strange
hiss ever since I got it, and has gone rapidly downhill. The sound no
longer works, although it seems to be trying to make noises all the
time (so it clicks and ticks and whirrs all night), resulting in the
battery draining in less than a day from being fully charged. There
are just so many problems with it I don't know where to start, and am
annoyed as I switched back to Nokia because I consider their phones
to be reliable and easy to use. The ringtones were nice to hear when
they worked, but they only worked for about a day before it started
groan ing and grunting. As it is still under guarantee I shall be sending
it to be fixed, and then selling it! I really wouldn't recommend this
phone, pay the extra and get something a little bit nicer, or go for
the orginal and still the best, 3310! (If only i hadn't dropped mine
down a toilet and permanately killed it!!)
Reviewed by Babu Jaseen Methala from India on
9th Sep 2003
This model is worth for the price. Mainly it has got a colour display
(No so excellent as 6610 etc), polyphonic sound. Multiple phone book
entry. Wallet, where you can store your ATM numbers, Credit card numbers
and much other information and which are protected by password. The
ringing tone is not so good. The sound is feeble. But some tones are
OK.But I recommend this phone for those whose want a colour display
and polyphonic sound for low-cost. Yes it is worth for the money you
Reviewed by Dusan from Serbia on 7th Sep 2003
Hy people,I am reading this reviews an I don't know should I buy it
this phone or no?In my country it is phone for a midle class and it
costs 125 euros. Can you tell me your's experiencis with this phone.
What it would happend if I drop it on the ground and similar things.
Reviewed by dan crubabell from uk on 7th Sep 2003
The nokia 3510i is unreliable and quite poor
Reviewed by Billy Dyson from England on 4th Sep
I have had this phone for a few days and was initially very impressed
with it. Although after a couple of days of use I have noticed a problem
with the colours. When I change the colour scheme to violet or blue,
it just looks like a murky black. They look the same on my dads 3510i,
but my brothers colours look normal and the colour schemes look like
the colours they should. Anyone else have this problem? And if so what
causes it and how can it be fixed.
Reviewed by Daenney from Belgium on 4th Sep 2003
The Nokia 3510i is a youth-phone so don't excpect it to be perfect,
and for it's price it is great, each phone has it's good and bads. Design:
the design is nice, stylish though I don't like to keyboard lay-out,
a bit girlish, but for the rest no probs there except for the orange
chassis with lights. OS: Serie 40 Platform, and that's why it's less
expencieve. Screen: 4096 colours, but backlight goes out to quickly
and the screen is almost unreadable without it unless you have a white
background. Menu's: standard Nokia menu's, not animated [gasp] though
a bit illogical to have two Phone Book menu's, one by pressing the button
and the other one by going through the menu. New-comers are the Gallery,
which stores the pictures and ringtones, the Application menu, which
stores downloaded Java/non-Java applications. Sim Toolkit: according
to your SIMcard and extra menu might apear with pre-loaded functions
on it, this is Operator depending. Connectivity: W@P, GPRS and cable
Textinput: T9 is ofcours working smoothly on Nokia, no lags at all,
but sometimes the keypad might be a bit insensative, and there are aluminium-feeling
keypads availble [at least, around here]. FirmWare: the Nokia 3510i
is FirmWare upgradable, which means a newer version of the OS is installed
[just like when upgrading your pc to a newer version such as Windows
Xp or MAc OS X] which mostly fixes problems, and sometimes adds new
features. The freezing problems have been solved as far as I know and
I think they also changed the backlight settings. FirmWare can only
be upgraded in Nokia shops [there where you can buy Club Nokia points]
but all data will be lost, you can though ask the person in the shop
to make a backup. On the whole: I'm pretty satisfied, a few things could
be improved. One last point: although the nokia 3510i has buisness like
applications, it is not a buisness phone, so if you need one like that
you'd better take a 6xxx phone.
Reviewed by Garth from South Africa on 4th Sep
i have had the phone for 2 weeks and now it is in for repairs! the phone
kept on switching off and then on by itself until one day it just shut
down completely. i had already downloaded staxof games and ringtones
which are all going to be lost during the repairing process. i rate
that the 3510 is much better than the 3510i, i had it for a year before
i got the 3510i and it gave me not one problem. The ONLY cool thing
about the 3510i is that it has a colour screen. SERIOUSL,THATS ALL!!!
i am 19 years old. maybe the phone is cooler for you older guys. CHEERS
Reviewed by Mark from Scotland on 3rd Sep 2003
I've had this phone for a year now and the biggest problems are that
the backlight doesnt stay on for nearly long enough and the buttons
can be a real problem for example the off button. I have to press really
hard for the phone to come on and I find that it can take a while to
find the operator signal. btw if you want downloadable wallpaper\games\ringtones
ect go to www.nokfun.co.uk I use this site all the time and its very
good although it can take a while to get a polyphonic tone. To be perfectly
honest I am actually considering getting a Samsung A800 to replace it.
Reviewed by Russ from UK on 30th Aug 2003
Firstly, the good points: it has a colour screen, GPRS, Java, SMS management,
polyphonic ringtones, calendar and Wallet. All of these features would
have been unheard of in an 'entry-level' Nokia phone, even two years
ago. It's relatively light, and is quite ergonomic. If you have big
hands, the phone is very confortable to hold. Battery life is also very
good. Now the not-so-good points: As it's from the 3xxx range: it's
squarely a 'youth'/entry-level type phone. Confusingly, however, it
has business orientated features such as voice-dialling, calendar and
Wallet. There are no external data connectivity options, so you would
need to maintain two calendars (Outlook and the 3510i) manually. Not
ideal. From what I can gather, Nokia have decided with the 3510 to go
back to 'square-one' from a design perspective. The phone has much in
common with the 5110 model from 1998: soft buttons (rather than the
much preferable aluminium hard type), non-animated menu icons (not important,
but a nice touch) and initial primary colours for the changeable covers.
I do not like soft buttons on phones (like the 5110), because they do
not provide good contact and therefore precise feedback. Unfortunately,
the 3510i has these and I found navigating through the phone and sending
texts to be rather unpleasant because of this. Also one of the 'soft'
keys on my phone made poor contact, so I had to press firmer to get
the key to work. Over time, I would expect some kind of failure of the
keypad. Without the backlight on, the screen is very indistinct: both
in terms of the passivity of the LCD, and the facia reflecting glare.
The design of the phone is such that the facia does not envelop and
protect the entire chassis (which is what I thought a facia should do).
By this, I mean that a design 'feature' is that chassis is translucent
orange and it forms part of the external wall on each side of the phone.
So there are orange 'lights' whenever the backlight is on. This cannot
be changed, so I hope you like orange. At first I thought it looked
quite cool, but I then realised that this is a fixed uncustomisable
aspect of the phone. And should you drop the phone and you chip/break
the chassis, you can't just snap another one on (unlike a broken facia).
During GPRS sessions, the phone would sometimes suddenly lose the carrier.
There would then be NO coverage, even for voice calls, unless the phone
was switched-off and back on again. Previewing MIDI files would sometimes
cause the phone to restart or freeze. On one occasion, the phone would
not switch back on until the battery was removed and replaced. Sometimes
the musical firmware would go AWOL, again, requiring a restart. Want
to use voice-dialling? With the exception of one tag, it didn't matter
how I pronounced words, the phone refused to recognise my voice. Conversely,
the 3-year old 3310's voice-dialling is perfect, so what went wrong
here? When playing Java games, and even when I selected 'lights on'
option, the phone would switch the backlight off after a keypad timeout!
This is very poor. Without the backlight on, the screen is very indistinct,
so playing action games is a non-starter. You can't assign your own
ringtone to an SMS-alert. The defaults you are given are not great,
so it's 'like-it or lump-it'. Like other Series 40 phones, the screen
(battery) saver starts after a certain number of minutes of inactivity,
whether you like it or not. Personally, I would like to have been given
the choice of whether to use it. In conclusion: jumping straight from
the 3310, I had high hopes when I first received this phone. Within
a month I sold it, because the negatives outweighed the positives and
all the minor niggles mounted up. And, moreoever, it's basically a youths'
phone and actually larger than a 3310! So, despite its value-per-feature
factor, unless you can put up with the quirks, I do not recommend the
3510i. I have since gone back to using my trusty 3310, because it just...
Reviewed by Fikster from South Africa on 28th
Does anyone else experience the problem with the buttons? I know of
3 people that have this problem. According to Nokia it is from water
damage? Water damage can apparently be caused by using your phone in
the kitchem while cooking. This is totally CR@P. It also seem convenient
because water damage is not covered in the insurance. We had a 3310
previously with an inferior battery - talk time after 3 months and compltely
charged is 5 minutes or less. Everyone I know with this phone in Cape
Town has this problem. Nokia are you dumping cr@p in South Africa???
Reviewed by Marcusenya from Denmark on 23rd Aug
Good phone like the Nokia 3310 but better! The games are good the parachute
game is fun! The ring tones are fine! What do you want for 100 pounds?
its pocket money. The only main probelm with the phone is that the light
goes out too quick like 10/15 seconds and you can't see the screen it's
the only phone I know like that, very annoying watching your parachute
guy fall and the light goes out you press a button to get it back on
and you messed up your landing or doing a long text and you take a rest
and light goes out and have to press to get it back on then delete what
you just pressed off the screen. It would get 5 stars from me but because
of the light keep going out too soon and not able to see the screen
after it gets 3 Stars. Does anyone know where can I get free games from?
Only free game sites I see you need a cable for - e-mail me if you know
Reviewed by Claire from Wales on 21st Aug 2003
I bought a 3510i 3 days ago and its fantstic compared 2 my 3330. The
only criticism I have is that it doesnt have a ringtone composer but
otherwise its gr8!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Adrian from United Kingdom on 21st
Awful phone, I have taken another contract out just to get rid of it.
Reviewed by lauren from u.k on 20th Aug 2003
i've not bought that fone yet but every1 is sayin its gr8, apart from
the few who said its not. It looks stylish and attractive but what I'm
concerned about is it switching on and off. A few people have told me
about this occuring but other than that it seems fabulous!!!! by lauren
Reviewed by David Brattle from UK on 20th Aug
I have enjoyed using this phone while it has worked.Since July I have
had TWO of them.Both of them died despite being VERY well looked after.I
have just got a refund from Phones4U and intend buying something different.
Reviewed by katie_edwards from england on 17th
i think the 3510i is quite good but i asked my mates and they said it
was sh*t, it has a color screen which is good and it isnt WAY to exensive.
please will everyone who reads this email me telling me what you think
the phone is about, my addy is email@example.com, if
most of you think it is good then i will bi it but if lots of ppl email
me telling me its c*aP then i wont. thank you luv katie
Reviewed by --------------------------------------- from
England on 13th Aug 2003
I thought the nokia 3510i was great but i do wish it had a couple of
things such as a ringtone composer which nokia could of done becauses
it has traditional ring tones as well as pollys. Also downloading java
games is quite hard to get your head around. But the coulor screem for
me was so much clearer for games and ment i could change the walpaper
on my pone. My pone has caused me no problems but i feal sorry for those
people who get dogy pones.
Reviewed by Youlle from Uk on 10th Aug 2003
the phone is amazing, okay i could have done with a ringtone composer
but nokia i forgive you, aws for polyphonic ringtone quality, its pretty
good, not the best most phones use a 6-8bar polyphonic system, the 3510i
uses a 4bar system and other nokias use a 16bar system, so the more
expensive nokias 7210, 7250, etc get the better quality playback. on
the whole i am pleased with my 3510i, the WAP browser is set by default
to GPRS but if u go into service settings set it to GSM if available,
on 02 its down as 02 GSM WAP, and make sure its set to 9660baud
Reviewed by tellitel from GB on 9th Aug 2003
Brilliant. No probs. Best Nokia yet. Buy one...
Reviewed by Danielle from England on 4th Aug 2003
Its the worst phone ive ever used it always freezes and stops everything
i went to take it back and got another one the same happened.The colour
screen was okay but who cares about a colour screen.About a week later
i went and bought a nokia 3410 and its much better,the nokia 3510i is
Reviewed by phil from England on 3rd Aug 2003
I bought this phone back in april. since having it i have had have it
repaired once, for it switching off and, i have got to take it back
again now for the same problem, switching off but wont turn back on.
I think overall it is a cr#ppy phone.
Reviewed by Dill from South Africa on 31st Jul
ya ya ya all this talk about the colour screen is driving me crazy!
in SA at the moment you can get the nokia 3510i at R1500 which is about
125 pounds but the sony ericsson T300 is way better and it only costs
R800 about 70 pounds! ok ok so the colour on the nokias a bit better,
the sony is clearer and easier to see!!! so which do you want - clearer
screen or screen with more colour but c*p resolution?? i choose clearer
screen. overall the nokia is still good exept for the cr*p poliphonics
(which the sony still betters)!!!
Reviewed by mike from uk on 30th Jul 2003
i thought this fone woz amazing the colours are great much better and
exciting than my 3310 and the games are also gd but sometimes they are
hard 2 download but that is probably more down 2 me that the fone.:)
the ringtones are gd(polyphonic) but i would advise that u download
some coz the ones on the fone r a bit s**t. but the fone is a bit big
they culd have made it smaller but overall it is a gd fone i would advise
getting it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! from mike :) ;) :D
Reviewed by Sunshine from England on 30th Jul
I've had this phone since March and it is fantastic! The polyphonic
ringtones are a tad quiet, but very impressive compared to the high-pitched
pipping sounds you get with mono ringtones, and the light on the screen
turns off too quickly, but hey! I've been using the phone on Virgin
pay-as-you-go, but now am getting one (free!) from 02 on their online
100 plan. £25 a month including 500 text messages! I mainly use my phone
for texting and I've tried Samsung, Sony-Ericsson and Sagem phones,
but I've always ended up going back to good old Nokia! Text messaging
is a dream compared to the other phones I've mentioned, the Samsung
A100 in particular was a nightmare - I almost felt like stamping on
the thing at times! So ppl. Before you go looking for expensive, all-singing,
all-dancing phones with everything built in but the kitchen sink, have
a look at the Nokia 3510i and I beg you not to fall in love with it!
Btw. I've had no problems buying ringtones and wallpaper for it. T ry
looking in magazines such as Smash Hits. There are loads of firms selling
ringtones, logos etc and they all now support the 3510i. I downloaded
Spirit In The Sky by Gareth gates and it sounds brilliant! Much better
than the rather irritating built-in ringtones on the phone, such as
Cicada and Sky Diver. Nocture is good, though!
Reviewed by from on 27th Jul 2003
this phone is fantastic, the sound is gr8 the games are gr8 everything
about it is gr8, its not too expensive, 10 out of 10 nokia. i wud recomend
this phone 2 ne1
Reviewed by malfoy from uk on 27th Jul 2003
good fone, dont listen to them prats hu say that the ringtones r cr@p.
thats all i gotta say
Reviewed by jessi from ireland on 26th Jul 2003
my friend has this phone and it is really good. its very heavy and big
though which is a major set back... the colour graphics are good but
the ringtones are boring. i prefer the panasonic GD67 personally, though
i would reccommend this phone to people.
Reviewed by syra from uk on 26th Jul 2003
i loathe this fone and everything about it... wats not to hate?
Reviewed by kev from South Africa on 25th Jul
At first I wanted the 3410 so i went for the 3510i and the phone was
better than I thought. Its a superb piece of engineering and a joy to
have even though South Africa gets in the newest phones every week like
3650 and 6600... Ill be waiting for a nokia with TV and a better camera
with more zoom power than the 6600.
Reviewed by Johnathon from Engloand on 25th Jul
Great phone, really light and easy to use! A good phone from nokia.
The only downsaides of the phone is it is you cannot turn off the screen
saver which is a clock or you cannot change it as far as I know. I would
definately reccomend this phone to anyone though.
Reviewed by BoooKrooo from England on 25th Jul
At first i thought this fone was the best i ever had, then i realised
how big it is, im getting a sony ericsson t300 with a camera. And the
screen is much clearer to see, even though i didnt pay for it i kept
it in embarrasment for 5 months on Line Rental. And the MMS (multi-media-messaging)
didnt work i tried sending it through GPRS
Reviewed by Moaner from UK on 24th Jul 2003
+ Polyphonic ringtones Colour Screen Price Games - No composer Hard
to find ringtones/Wallpapers Unable to send ringtones This is a great
phone. Those who have been complaining about lack of definition in the
screen, I found it fine- I don't see what they are complaining about.
The ringtones that come with it are a bit naff, and it is hard to get
more. The games on it are great, and the games are good, and you can
buy even more. I like how the phone has memory that can be used to store
more tones, or games, or numbers or texts depending on what you want
to do with it.
Reviewed by Gary Wilmore from UK on 21st Jul 2003
Yet another great phone from Nokia. Fantastic standby and excellent
call quality. Against. Screen at 4096 is rubbish (come on nokia, keep
up with the rest) and the calendar alarm sounds like a house smoke alarm.
Which they obviously didnt research. If your after a well above average
modern phone. Pick this one.
Reviewed by - from UK on 21st Jul 2003
Not a bad phone overall but it does seem to have problems. I have only
had mine a couple of days and it has reset itself while I was using
WAP and lost ALL tones a few times, until I switched it off and on again.
Reviewed by Richy from Britan on 19th Jul 2003
Its a really cool phone i got one and i thought it was a bit useless
at first but then when i got used to it, it became really gud i really
like it now! if ur stuck for a phone to buy then buy it cos it looks
big and heavy but its actually pretty light and not really much bigger
than a 3310.
Reviewed by KIRSTY from UK on 19th Jul 2003
ITS AN OK PHONE BUT SOMETIMES ON THE WAP CONNECTIONS IT JUST SWITCHES
OFF FOR NO REASON. THE OTHER BAD THING IS THE BLURRY BACKGROUND PICTURES,
ESPECIALLY IF THERE'S A DARK PICTURE YOU CAN'T SEE ANYTHING ON THE SCREEN.
FOR A CHEAP (FREE) COLOUR PHONE ITS DOES WHAT IT CAN!!
Reviewed by Adam D from England on 18th Jul 2003
Negatives : 1. Sum of the graphics lack slight definition. 2. Downloaded
ringtones Are a bit quite Positives : 1. Other graphics are great 2.
Who wants a ringtone thats high pitched, annoying and catches everyones
attention - vibration helps!! 3. Poly ringtones are great - dont listen
to people who say they are poor. 4. Colour screen is awesome considering
it only has 4096 colors. 5. Large, shared memory (suits me fine) 6.
Great games Other comments :
Reviewed by Jorge from UK on 13th Jul 2003
i wish i had one they look so good i am gonna get one this week! All
it needs now is a camera!
Reviewed by stu from england on 10th Jul 2003
i have had the fone 4 a while now and the fone slows down after a while
the pictures are just blobs and the tones are just not good when u go
on the wap u find a good site it swiches off 4 some odd reason it take
ages to switch on wen u try 2 make a call you have 2 ask the person
on the other end 2 shout mind u it does wot it is made 4 just about
Reviewed by Michael from UK on 7th Jul 2003
Hello, i ;like this fone gud by
Reviewed by Tareq from UK on 4th Jul 2003
The Nokia 3510i is one of the best phones out there The fact it has
Polyphonic tones,4096 Color screen, Java Games and Wallpapers. To think
I wanted a Nokia 3410
Reviewed by sellw88 from England on 27th Jun 2003
I think that the nokia 3510i is a brilliant phone, as it says on the
box, it is the sight to see. Yeh, sure the polyphonic ringtones aren't
great, though the range of them is wide, if u r not on virgin then u
can have them sent 2 u for £1.50, though i am on virgin and so have
to use the landline, if n e 1 knows where u can get cheap polyphonic
ringtones then please go onto: -http://www.master-games.co.uk.tt and
put a message in the forum, 1 ringtone that is brilliant is the polyphonic
ringtone, Evanescence-Bring me to life. The colour screen may be a little
and only a little bluring in it though, for the price it is not bad.
Overall i think thatthis is a brilliant phone,and all of its abilities,
e.g colour wall papers(does n e 1 no where 2 get free ones) java games,
etc make it an overall bril phone. I recomend n e 1 thikin bout gettin
it, does. i give it
Reviewed by jkdunne from ireland on 19th Jun 2003
Ok so this phones screen isnt as great as other nokias but this phone
is also a lot cheaper. If your looking for a good honest cheap colour
screen phone you cant go wrong here. Ive had a t300 and a gd67 aswell
and they dont compare to this. If you dont want to pay muuch for a phone
but have lots of fun anyway here you go.
Reviewed by Denzil from UK on 11th Jun 2003
I quite like the Java capabilities of the phone but the rest of the
features are very c##ppy. I own this fone and a sony ericsson t300 i
give the t300 4 stars why? because its better than the 3510i. The massive
icons on the menus arn't animated, the polyphonic ringtones are terrible
because they arn't very advanced, cant send rintones either. The GPRS
wap is version 1.2.1 which cant view pictures or colours like in many
new fones and sites.Although the screen of the fone is over 4000 colours
it seems great in comparison to the t300. ITS NOT, the t300's screen
is very cleer although not being able to view as many colours. The 3510i's
screen seems very low resolution, things are unclear and smudgy, leaving
me less than impressed. ONLY BUY THIS FONE IF U LIKE TO PLAY GAMES,
i have to say the Java games and apps are exellent, they certainly shouldnt
be the main feature of the fone though, if ur a fun lovin kid who loves
games then buy this fone, or a game boy, for the same price.
Reviewed by Aty from - on 4th Jun 2003
the phone is amazing. The colour screen is great and its a good price
for all the features it has got but i have only one problem, iwant to
download java game but i cant find any sites that let you do it without
being charged £4.50 can some one e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if they
know any sites.
Reviewed by Sarah from - on 30th May 2003
brill fone i love the colour screen ringtones are a bit poor but still
good.The screensaver could be more intresting.BUT OVERALL GREAT FONE.U
SHOULD GET IT
Reviewed by - from UK on 27th May 2003
I think this phone is great, bad points first 1)low volume, but who
wants a phone thats going to catch a whole train load of people's attention,
plus theres the vibration to help. 2) lower quality polyphonic tones,
but at least its much better than an annoying high pitched tone, but
it's only for catching your attention, not playing a cd quality 3 minute
track! Apart from that it's a great phone, maybe a tad big, but I don't
like phones like the 8210 where your fingers are acheing from trying
to push the right keys! Really good features like java games, colour
and faster wap and it can stay on standby for almost 2 weeks, which
really suits me. Overall a great phone.
Reviewed by - from England on 25th May 2003
I want one - but i dont have money - im a tramp - you can buy me one
if you like.
Reviewed by Lee from England on 25th May 2003
Overall an excellent phone i think, 3 cheers for nokia! All the reviews
on this phone that say the polyphonic tones are terrible, dont listen
to them! If you have 'Orange' as your mobile network, they have free
WAP untill 31st August, including FREE 'cult classic' ringtones. These
include classics such as, 'Thunderbirds', 'Mission Impossible', which
sound amazing for a ringtone, every detail is there. You've got to hear
it to believe it! The colour does lack slight definition, but it only
has 4096 colours, which is not alot, seeing as your computer monitor
has about 32 million! The functionality of this phone is good, plenty
of memory to hold games, tones and pictures. I have 6 games on my phone,
along with 22 downloaded ringtones, and still have plenty of memory
free. The message memory is good, holding about 45 messages that use
the whole 160 characters. The phone book memory is huge, i copied my
sim memory over which was full at 90 names+numbers, this took up 18%
of the phone memory! Battery life is fairly average for a Noika, lasts
me about 3 days on an overnight charge. And last but not least, when
you take all the X-Press on covers off, the backlight makes a great
torch! Hope this review was helpfull. Nice one Ginger!
Reviewed by harris from - on 24th May 2003
hello out there! the nokia 3510i is a good phone for the average user
or people on a budget. its really a cool phone even though it is a bit
big compared tthe phones comin out these days anyway it rocks . it has
all the functions u can need. i do wish the restarting problem would
end.does anyone know if the nokia camera headset compatible with the
3510i. and about all this debate about the polyphonic ringtones being
c##ppy in this phone.well it doesnt matter much does it? they do what
they are supposed to do: alert u to a call c##ppy or not
Reviewed by SEXY ALAN from UK on 22nd May 2003
I have experienced many problems with my nokia 3510i. To begin with
my phone sometimes switches its self off this may accour up to 15 times
a day. I have exchanged my phone twice and i now do not trust my 3510i.However
i am pleased with the colour of my phone.
Reviewed by - from UK on 22nd May 2003
Very poor phone. Build quality is bad, colour screen lacks defintion.
Not up to usual Nokia standard. I sent mine back I was so disappointed!
Reviewed by Adam from UK on 20th May 2003
I have a Nokia 3510i previous phone was the model down 3510. These 2
phones have really let me down because of the polyphonic ringtones which
are in my opinion really bad quality which I discovered on the Nokia
3510 but on the 3510i even worse, I wanted a colour screen but I'm going
to have to lose that feature so I can go back to high quality monophonic
tones. I have noticed that the nokia phones with polyphonic tones have
very low popularity, I have discovered that people in the community
would rather not have a colour screen and stick with older models that
have monophonic tones such as the Nokia 3310, 3330, 3410, 5210 and 8310.
I am getting rid of my 3510i and getting an 8310 or 5210 so I can have
ringtones that can be heard. My suggestion is that if Nokia came up
with a new model that had all the features of the 3510i colour screen
etc, but produced it with monophonic tones it would be a big success.
I think Nokia will lose money over the next few years with the polyphonic
tones. A colour screen with monophonic tones would be excellent - I
would buy one and recommend it to everyone!!!
Reviewed by - from - on 19th May 2003
The best phone out. I only wish I had one.
Reviewed by - from - on 13th May 2003
I like this phone. Why? Yes the T100 is nicer but ask any T100 how much
stuff they can get for free and the conversation will be short. Search
the web for 3510i and free and you will be presented with numerous sites
offering free ringtones and games. If you like playing games but dont
want to pay the usual £4.50 each, the 3510i is the right choice for
you. If youve got plenty dough then by a Sharp or a Samsung.
Reviewed by Sexy Clare from Engand on 11th May
i think this phone is the best mobile phone i have owned in a long time.
other reviews did put me of buying this phone because of tings that
were said but i think this phone is amazing and i would advise anyone
to buy it. the colour screen is very good and the colours are amazing
the ringtones are a bit high pitched but other ringones can be sent
downloaded and bought for the phone. the set up of this phone is much
like any other nokia but with added colour. the memory is very good
and it can hold rougly 60 messages. the games arnt so good but others
can be bought downloaded or sent. i love this phone and think everyone
should have one well done nokia another fantastic phone
Reviewed by Rob from UK on 7th May 2003
Negatives: . The games have lost the capability to use polyphonic tunes
(which the 3510 had). . The games are less graphically advanced than
the 3510 despite being in colour . If you enter the full international
phone numbers for phone book entries, then they are truncated just like
on the 3510 (you have to select 'view number' from the menu). Older
Nokias don't have this problem as they don't display a pointless icon
of a phone next to the phone number. . Sending text messages is one
button-click more tedious due to having to select 'text messages' under
the 'messages' menu. . Screensaver functionality has been removed, which
the 3510 had. (There seems to be one screensaver - a big digital clock
- which you can't change or switch off unless I'm mistaken) . When the
backlight is switched off, the display is difficult to read compared
to the 3510 . The selection of built-in polyphonic ringtones is worse
compared to the 3510 . The big icons in the main menu are no longer
animated . The colour capability is underused by the phone user-interface
- e.g. Nokia haven't used seperate colours for input boxes, menu options,
screen titles, and the button captions . No capabilty of backing up
calender notes and custom folders Positives: Despite all of the above,
the phone is easy to use and functional. It still makes calls. I shall
have to wait and see whether the colour are Java capabilites turn out
to be useful.
Reviewed by Adam from UK on 5th May 2003
The Nokia 3510i with it's high res full colour display is a great phone
but the problem is which was the same problem I had with my last phone
the 3510 is that I don't like the polyphonic ringtones at all, they
are really bad quality and I hear loads of people complaining about
them, I know people who are still buying mobile with monophonic ringtones
such as the 3410, 8310, 5210 and the 3510 and 3510i are only a little
bit more expensive. If you want monophonic ringtones you have to lose
out on a colour screen. Nokia should come up with a phone that has both
types of ringtones. Clubnokia is the best place for polyphonic ringtones.
Reviewed by vivek from uk on 23rd Apr 2003
Nice phone. very light but a bit big. I like the features and everything.
But the bad thing is u cant send ringontes please email me for a full
review or a mobile tour email@example.com
Reviewed by scott from uk on 18th Apr 2003
Great phone but there are some major problems with mine: 1) If the message
alert tone is set to "beep once" it beeps 3 times very loudly, and the
asscending ring tone does not get lounder 2) When the ringer is set
to off it still rings (This is not me being stupid it actually does,
even on silent) the only way to stop it is to put it on beep once. 3)
If playing games or going on wap for quite a long time the phone just
resets, 4) have to hold down the power button for ages before it switches
on. Also, why do nokia keep putting voice activated dialing on there
phones, it's the most usless function ever, using quick dial is far
Reviewed by - from - on 18th Apr 2003
Wicked phone. nuf sed.
Reviewed by Natz from - on 18th Apr 2003
I bought this phone back in january and i think its a good phone for
the money. However if you are one of those like me who are crazy on
features such as ringtones then this phone is not for you. For starters
the polyphonic ringtone quality on the nokia 3510i is not too good compared
to the quality of the samsung t100 and the availability of ringtone
downloads is minimal. (If anybody knows any good wap sites please let
me know on Tiggersimba2003@yahoo.com) The colour screen is great however
again i struggle to find backgrounds to download and therefore i am
stuck with the phones original backgrounds. Ont the whole a good phone
for the price however in comparison to the samsung t100 poor!!
Reviewed by Phonemaster from - on 14th Apr 2003
Tottaly outsanding. Great colour screen. Brilliant polyphonic ringtones.
Outstanding java games. There are not enough stars to review this phone.
For the really cheap price. BUY IT.
Reviewed by NIMSS from Jordan on 4th Apr 2003
this phone is the best ive had! and its very easy to use,plus it has
lots of cool covers ! i loved the polyphonic ringtones! but the problem
is that i live in jordan and there is no site that i can access to get
new ringtones , so please if any 1 knows a way of puttin ringtones on
this phone through the computer, please tell me !! my email is "firstname.lastname@example.org"
THX p.s if u dont have this phone you really should get it because its
cheap too!! plz dont forget send me on "email@example.com"
Reviewed by John from uk on 11th Mar 2003
An outstanding handset with great features. A lot better than the 7210
which is so over rated. And for the price it is well worth a look at
go buy it
Reviewed by jezz from england, north london on
8th Mar 2003
itz the best phone i've had. colour screen, cool covers,and proper cheap
prices 4 dat phone. itz got 4069 colours, now datz 1 ov a hectic phone.
Reviewed by mrkwd from england on 8th Mar 2003
good light easy to use phone, not too happy on the blue cover with orange
middle & white back cover but that can be changed.slightly larger than
my prevoius 3410.
Reviewed by Mini.B from England on 7th Mar 2003
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I got 1 wen they first came out in DEC! It is brill i luv it FM Mini.B