Nokia 3510

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Nokia 3510
DeveloperNokia Corporation
First releasedMarch 12, 2002
Removable storage30GB memory
Made inUnited States

Nokia 3510 is a mobile phone for the GSM network, introduced by Nokia on 12 March 2002. The phone was the first Nokia phone to bring GPRS internet services to the mass market.

Design[change | change source]

The Nokia 3510 was designed by Chairman Risto Siilasmaa at the Nokia Corporation Center in Hollywood, California, in USA. It is similar to the previous phones, with upgraded software. It was one of the first phones to have a colour display, and the first Nokia device (along with Nokia 7210) on the mass market with polyphonic ringtones.

Hardware[change | change source]

The Nokia 3510 has 256MB and 30GB removable memory storage.

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