Nokia 6010

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The Nokia 6010 is a solid entry-level mobile phone with a Nokia Series 40 96 × 65 color user interface.

Released in 2004, it operates on North American GSM-1900 and GSM-850 networks. GPRS is used for data transmission and mobile Internet WAP 2.0 service. Users can download Java applications, background images and polyphonic ringtones. The phone supports SMS and MMS messaging, and includes an IM client for AOL Instant Messenger and ICQ in the latest firmware revisions. Basic functions include a calendar, 30 entry To-do list, an alarm clock, stopwatch, calculator and voice command system. Users looking for a camera phone should look elsewhere. The 6010 is of the DCT4 hardware generation. This phone is excellent when it comes to radio frequency reception. In North America it is a popular and affordable option for many who are looking for a basic but reliable phone.[1] This phone is not available through any network. Users looking for personalization options may select an Xpress-on changeable cover.[2]

Reviews and Reception[edit]

Many users of the Nokia 6010 report it as a solid, reliable and durable mobile phone.[3] Living up to the Nokia brand, many tests have shown that the phone is able to resist rugged use and extreme environmental conditions.[4] Its great reception makes the Nokia 6010 a highly recommendable phone. It unfortunately does not enclose a camera and may seem to be larger than similar phones.

Technical Information[edit]

Operating System Series 40 UI
Modes GSM 850 / GSM 1900
Weight 3.92 oz (111 g)
Dimensions 4.68" × 1.97" × 0.90" (119 × 50 × 23 mm)
Form Factor Candy Bar
Material Plastic
Color Silver
Camera No
Connectivity Service SyncML
Bluetooth Connection No
USB Connection No
Contacts 500[5]
Battery Life Talk 5 hours
Standby 240 hours (10 days)
Battery Type Li-ion 1040mAh
Battery Voltage 3.6V dc[6]
Display Type Ldr (Color STN)
Colors 4096 (32-bit)
Size 96 × 65 pixels[7]
Hearing Aid Compatibility None[8]

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