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Nokia 3410 Review

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The peculiarity of the phone is that it became the first of Nokia models to support Java applications and have a recurrent alarm clock for a week. About all the rest features, this phone is rather scarce in functions and according to its characteristics can be positioned between 3330 and 5210 models.

Class: youth, middle
Position in the line between 3330 and 5210 models.
Rival phones: Siemens C45, Alcatel 310


Specifications

 

General features
Made in Finland
Announced in March 2002, in the market since the 2 quarter of 2002
Dual band eGSM900/1800
Battery type 825 mAh Li-Ion(BLC-1)
Talk time from 2 hours 20 minutes to 4 hours 10 minutes, standby time from 55 to 260 hours, time for charging – ACP-8/ 3 hours or ACP-7/ 4,5 hours
Display: hight-contrast graphic display. Font size can be changed dinamically. Up to 4 text lines
Screen savers (up to 22), animated 3D headband (up 5)
Xpress-on™ changeable panels
Weight: 114 g
Dimensions: 115 x 49 x 22.5 mm
 

Memory
Phone book for 200 names, one number for one name. Up to 250 notes in a SIM-card memory
Allows to set different melodies for names from the phone book
Supports loading and launch of Java applications, 150 KB of memory for their storage
Remembers date and time of last 10 missed, 10 received and 10 outgoing calls
 

Call management, ringing tones
Vibrating alert
13 ringing tones and 21 melodies, up to 7 of own melodies. There is a mixed signal mode – first vibrating then a melody
Speed dialing for 8 numbers
8 tags for voice dialing
Auto redial
 

SMS
Predictive text input ?9
Supports joint messages, up to 459 symbols (201 for Russian)
Templates (8, all can be changed)
Smiles and emotion icons
Receives and sends graphic messages, there are 7 already set pitures (that can be changed) and a place for one more
Supports group SMS sending
Mobile Chat
 

Connectivity
WAP 1.1, WAP Push
 

Organizer and extras
User's profiles can be set or loaded
Automatic key lock
Time, date
Alarm clock – once and recurrent (days can be chosen)
Currency converter is available at once from the waiting mode
Stopwatch, countdown timer
Memory for 10 remindings
Games – Space impact, Bantumi, Snake II, Bumper, Link5. Allows to load one Java game that can be changed then. There are also WAP games

Review

The Nokia 3410 was the replacement for the hugely-popular Nokia 3210/3310/3330 series. Featuring an updated front panel design, the 3410 is the same size as the older Nokias, but lighter. The Nokia 3410 has all of the features that made the 3210/33xx so popular – downloadable ringtones, Xpress-on™ covers and great ease of use. The 3410 features Java games and is lighter too.The 3410's Java capability means that you can download games just as easily as downloading ringtones or graphics.

Popularity: 8% [?]

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