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Review: Nokia 7510

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By now, you should all be familiar with T-Mobile's MyFaves calling plan. The default settings of the 7510 have MyFaves active. If you don't subscribe to MyFaves, the 7510 defaults to the normal Series 40 calling features.

Hitting the send key brings up a list of recent calls. They can also be accessed from the main menu, or the shortcut bar if you so choose. Accessing calls from the main menu segregates the calls into lists of missed, received, made and so on.


The 7510 can make use of T-Mobile's Hotspot @Home service, so it will switch calls from the cell network to a Wi-Fi network when available.

It was a little clunky to add contacts one at a time if you're not syncing them from a PC or SIM card. It was about 4 clicks until you get to a screen to actually type in a name and number. Once you have a basic contact built, you can then choose to add "details", which are email addresses, more numbers, video, ring tones, web address, company, notes and so on. The amount of information you can store in each contact is almost unlimited.

Once your contact list is set, typing in a name auto sorts the names and helps you find contacts quickly.


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