Nostalgia phone, Still have my Nokia 3410 with all the buttons all worn down.You can't get it anymore in shops so it should really be in the past tense here. The Nokia 1100 and 1101, with comparable features are still sold (at half the price)- I suppose they survive in the modern mobile market because they are lighter and also the battery lasts three times as long as the 3410,(they also have a very useful torch feature bright enough to read with. — Preceding unsigned comment added by hu12 (talk • contribs)
Release date early 2001? Unlikely.
If the 3410 is the successor to the 3310 as the article states, then it's unlikely that it was released in early 2001. The 3310 was released in the final quarter of 2000 (according to its article, which sounds about right from my recollection) and I bought my 3310 in mid-2001. If the 3410 had been released in early 2001, it would certainly have replaced the 3310 (a mere 3-6 months after the 3310's release?!) if it *was* the latter's replacement- by the time I got round to buying one.
(I appreciate that this personal comment does not constitute a citable "fact", merely that it provides ground for believing the original uncited comment is dubious and requires a reliable reference).
Also, the 3410 user manual states copyright 2002-2003. The linked version is revised, so I suspect the original may be older, but this still implies a 2002 release date.
All in all, "2001" needs evidence or it should be removed.