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Nokia 5310 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Xpress Red

by Nokia

Price: £88.00
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  • Mp3 Player
  • Built for music


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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.5 x 10.4 cm ; 68 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 621 g
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  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: Nokia 5310
  • ASIN: B0010S477I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Nov 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,818 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Rodney Spelvin on 29 May 2008
If you're already a Nokia person, you can skip this paragraph: but new readers should start here. This phone has a straightforward menu system that's easy to use and reasonably quick to get the hang of. Making calls is straightforward, sending text messages is straightforward, receiving calls and texts is straightforward, navigating the menus is pretty straightforward once you get the hang of it. The predictive text is good when you finally work out how to switch it on (hold down the options button and keep holding)) and is reasonably clever about punctuation. Sound quality on calls is pretty good. It works well with my bluetooth headset but I haven't tested it with a speaker-phone type setup.

Now, if you just wanted a phone, it's enough to read the above paragraph or just say "It's Nokia". It's a phone! It works! If you didn't want the internet browser and MP3 player features, you need never notice they are there. They won't bother you.

If you do want an internet connection - this one is excellent. The phone supports the Opera Mini internet browser (came installed on my phone, but I had to contact customer services of my phone company to get it connected). The font is tiny *but* the quality of the screen is so high you can still read it. It's easier to read than the same size font on paper. Of course, there's not much room for photos etc, but if you want to read mainly text (e.g. the mobile phone versions of Facebook, BBC News etc) then this is great. There is also a perfectly good built-in internet browser but you won't use it once you've got Opera Mini working.

This is also a high quality MP3 player. The supplied headphones aren't brilliant - I wonder if that is why some reviews say the sound quality is poor?
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Michael M on 6 Feb 2008
Feb 08:- I got the phone after returning the Sony-Ericsson W810i (so many issues and problems, I gave up with that one)

Pros:- (1) plays native Windows WMA music files (the Sony Ericsson didn't and if you have a PC it's a nightmare converting them) (2) Very slim (3) looks great (4) easy to set up and use (5) texting and predictive texting is great (the best I've used) so easy (6) the PMA synch works 100%, calender, to do list, contacts everything (I use Outlook) (7) 2GB standard card is great I loaded about 30 Albums on it) (8) the screen and resolution is excellent (9) the 3 dedicated music keys are a fantastic idea (10) I really like the way you can connect the USB, power and headphones all at the same time (couldn't do that with the W810i) (11) "Flight mode" was easy and you don't need to switch on and off to use (unlike the W810i)

Cons:- (1) The earpiece that came with the phone was rubbish, I had to buy a better one (an extra £25) why couldn't they supply such a high quality phone with a high quality ear piece ?
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Tom Lancaster on 6 Feb 2008
I use this as my work phone and it never lets me down. Its slim, really easy to use and amazing for texting. The camera goes slow after you take a picture, but apart from that there's not much wrong with it. I used sony earphones with the music player and its pretty good - as is the 2gb card which lets you put quite a few songs on there.

Overall I think its really good value for money. Would like to get my hands on a blue one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ford Ka VINE VOICE on 14 July 2009
I have been true to Nokias ever since I started using mobiles and every time I get a new one I am pleasantly surprised. 5310 is no exception to this rule.
5310 offers everything I expect from a Nokia - sleek design (slim and fairly light), nice colours (nothing too flashy), sturdy materials and easy to operate software.
The screen is just the right size to use the internet and the connection is just OK to suit my needs that is checking information such as weather, movies, rates of exchange etc. I wouldn't recommend it, however, for reading long newspaper articles, however, the letters are a little to small.
The musical part is well done (the mobile even comes with a pair of small loudspeakers which is a very nice idea in theory but nothing very practical in everyday use) and I can't help but appreciate the handy controls on the outside. This Nokia basically made my ipod a fashion accessory - why carry a mobile and an ipod if mobile offers most of ipod's functions?
There is also a camera - good enough to take pictures which will show on the screen to let you know who is calling and snapshots but their quality is only a little above acceptable so don't throw away your camera before you check it out thoroughly - and a radio, a nice addition (headphones, naturally included) although you should be prepared to recharge the battery quite often if you're addicted to listening all the time.
In short - if you're shopping for small, sleek, light mobile phone with all the basic functions plus some added musical ones, this is your perfect choice. It's hard to get anything better for the money.
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