Long and thin, Nokia marketed the 6310 as a business phone. It offered an amazing new feature called Bluetooth -- it was the first Nokia to do so -- and it had an infrared port, Java games, a voice memo recorder, and support for GPRS networks. Though it had a green monochrome screen, color displays weren't far behind. The 6310i, which came the next year, added Java, triband reception, and a blue monochrome screen.
CNET review bottom line: The 6310i's design is ho-hum, but it's an affordable workhorse mobile with a strong feature set and impressive battery life.
April 10, 2012 1:09 PM PDT
Photo by: Nokia
| Caption by: Kent German
Conversation powered by Livefyre