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One of Nokia's "Xpress Music" music phone's evolves the line from its rocky start with the slider 5300.

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Pros

Good format support (AAC, MP3, MP4)

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Dedicated music buttons

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Well placed headphone jack

3 agree

Clear sound

2 agree

Good display for the price range

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Very small dimensions

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Easy to use operating system / music player

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Supports MiniSD cards up to 4GB

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Keys have a good size for blind typing

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

Not enough internal storage

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Sounds too metallic with some songs

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Plastic cheap construction

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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One of Nokia's "Xpress Music" music phone's evolves the line from its rocky start with the slider 5300. The 5310 is a candybar phone, and in that sense, somewhat unremarkable. However, like the other Xpress Music phones, the 5310 carries a trio of music keys, which according to review sites like GSMarena and MobileBurn performs "very well".

Nokia's decision to include a standard headphone jack was very well recieved, and that it's mounted to the upper edge earned the device a place in many people's collection as a replacement for iPod nanos and similar devices.

The 2MP camera is the most criticized piece of the phone, called "sluggish" by GSMarena.

The phone runs Nokia's S40 platform, and J2ME.

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