Home  ›  Reviews  ›

Review: Nokia 7510

Form Basics Extras Video Wrap-Up Comments  1  

Menus Calls/Contacts Messaging  

The messaging features of the 7510 appear to be unchanged when compared to other Series 40 3rd edition phones. It has email, IM and SMS/MMS capabilities. The messaging center can be accessed through the main menu, or via the shortcuts bar in active standby mode. If you want to fire off a quick SMS, you can always stick the "new message" shortcut in the shortcut bar. It saves a lot of time to have that little trick available.

Once you have filled out the basics of a text message, underneath the text bubble is a list of icons that allows you to insert different media into the message, such as a picture, video clip, sound clip, calendar item, web link and more. Since it is all right there, all you need do is scroll sideways to find the media content you want to insert, rather than jumping through extra menu options. This streamlines composing MMS messages and is rather fun to use.

The 7510 is preloaded with several email providers' data, so signing into your AOL, Yahoo or Hotmail email accounts is a breeze. Once you've signed in, you can choose to have the phone remember your user name and password, negating the need to continually sign in and out of your mobile email. Once you've signed up, email from these accounts it automatically sent to the phone.

The 7510 also provides access to Yahoo IM, AIM and UIQ. Signing in is easy and you have access to all the features you would expect. If you've signed into AIM, it will show you a tiny little AIM icon in the status bar across the top so you know that you're signed into the IM system.

 

more news about:

T-Mobile
 

Subscribe to news & reviews with RSS Follow @phonescoop on Threads Follow @phonescoop on Mastodon Phone Scoop on Facebook Follow on Instagram

 

Playwire

All content Copyright 2001-2024 Phone Factor, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Content on this site may not be copied or republished without formal permission.