Nokia 6310

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Nokia 6310

The Nokia 6310 is a business-oriented mobile phone announced on 15 March 2001[1] and released at the end of the year[2] as the successor of the Nokia 6210.

This phone was used on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W220) (1998-2006 type), where it was held in a cradle and connected to the car's integrated car phone and media system called Comand APS.[3] It was also Nokia's very first mobile phone with Bluetooth connectivity (version 1.1).

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  2. ^ "Nokia 6310 - Full phone specifications". Retrieved 2015-09-06.
  3. ^ Viseeo article about puck