Nokia 6310

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Nokia 6310
A Nokia 6310 on a desk
Compatible networksTri band GSM / GPRS, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Availability by regionLate 2001
PredecessorNokia 6210
SuccessorNokia 6310i
Form factorCandybar
Dimensions129 × 47 × 21 mm
Mass111 g (3.9 oz)
Memory174 kB
BatteryBPS-2 (Lithium-ion polymer battery, 1100 mAh), up to 408 hours on standby, 5 hours talk time.[1]
DisplayMonochrome display, 96×65 pixel
ConnectivitySerial Cable, Bluetooth, InfraRed
Data inputsKeypad

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

Despite the lack of polyphonic ringtones, it was the first Nokia phone to feature a startup tone in ADPCM format. Polyphonic ringtones were skipped due to the relatively low speaker volume during playback of ADPCM files.[4]

Nokia 6310 (2021)[edit]

An updated variant of the 6310 was released in 2021 to celebrate the phone's 20th anniversary, featuring modern-day updates including a 2.8" color display, polyphonic ringtones, a VGA rear camera and a microSD slot.[5][6]


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