Tags: cell phones, mobile phones
This Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Review is not paid or sponsored in any way; in fact I haven’t even had a chance to use the phone, so it’s not a personal review, but more of a review of its features because I think it is cool.
This Nokia cell phone is a sweet pick for people who want their phones to store/play music, as it holds up to 3,000 of your favorite songs and supports playback for up to 18 hours. It’s got the main music buttons on the outside of the phone, which is nice because it allows you to easily play your music without fumbling through a bunch of menus and buttons. The XpressMusic phone also has FM radio built-in, and a 3.5mm jack for your headphones, so you don’t have to buy one of those stupid adapters, like some other phones (cough, LG) force you to.
As far as a camera goes, this phone’s camera won’t blow you away (2 megapixel, 4x digital zoom) but it gets the job done. It’s not like you’re gonna be taking professional quality pictures with your phone anyway, right? The XpressMusic phone comes with a 2 gig usD chip for storage. It measure 4.09 inches x 1.76 inches at its widest and .39 inches at its thickest. With its battery it weighs 2.48 oz.
That concludes our Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Review. The phone comes in 4 color options, including pink and red, for those of you who like brightly colored cell phones. It costs $242 (U.S.) and you can read more about it on Nokia’s website here.