Nokia 8310


On first learning about the 8310 late last year, I have patiently been waiting for its arrival – which has taken longer than anticipated (compared to previous Nokia models) – and, finally, it has come to the market at last! Having used all the 8000-series Nokia GSM phones so far, the 8310 poses several differences that are felt physically and on using the phone itself compared to its predecessors – with the primary difference being a change in the feel and use of the phone’s software (firmware).
The first thing that struck me was the feel of the phone in my hand. With the new Xpress-On™ cover design for the 8310 covering the entire phone except for the antenna area, this has made the feel of the phone more “solid”. Although the phone now is physically more rectangular, this has given the phone a more comfortable feel in the hand compared to that of either the 8210 or 8250. The overall curvatures attempt to neutralise the phone’s oblong-feel. Weight has remained pretty much the same – with the 84 grams contributing to the overall phone’s solidity.

Dual Band, GPRS 4, WAP 1.2.1, Infrared
Dimensi = 9,7x4,3x1,39 cm
Screen = Monokrom grafik
Fitures = Monofonik, SMS, Picture Messaging, Radio FM, Voice Record, Voice Command, Dynamic Font size, Over-the-air activitation for sending/receiving phone numbers, Bussiness card sending/receiving, Calendar, Game
Battery = Li-Ion 820 mAh, standby 400 hours, talk time 4 hours
Released = 2001

The Nokia 8310 has made the feel of the phone more "Solid".

A downfall realised even before I turned on the phone was the problem of putting the SIM card into its holder. The reader is now located behind the battery and the flimsy SIM holder makes it difficult to lock-in and remove the SIM. Where I had more than one SIM card, this made it difficult each and every time I wanted to swap the SIM in my 8310 over.

Having putting the battery in, which now goes in upside down where the connectors are at the bottom now, the screen lit up white showing a fine screen that was very easy to read. After the phone logged onto the network, I checked out the menus – which were pretty standard. In reference to my previous comment regarding the software, Nokia has used the platform that is currently used in the 62xx and 7110 phones – allowing for a dynamic phone book and WAP functionality. A dynamic phonebook is a new feature in the 8310 which allows for a phone book entry to have up to five numbers and three text notes (for example: e-mail address, address, etc).

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