3 thoughts on “Nokia 3510”

  1. That’s that jangling? The 3510 is a lot less of a security risk than IE6 or even those does-everything-but-brew-a-cuppa ‘phones’ everybody’s touting.

  2. Actually yes, I am very proud of my Nokia 3510. It is the best phone I’ve ever had and I hope I never need to replace it! This is my personal phone, I have used newer, smaller, fancier phones for work and my Nokia has outlasted all of these. It is built to last and has taken a beating over the years, but has never needed a repair. Can’t say the same about some of the other new junky phones!

  3. Bad example! The 3510 was revolutionary for its time and still beats the majority of brand new phones for reliability, usability, battery life and sheer indestructibility. I still use one and every time I take it out of my pocket someone says “I used to *love* that phone!”
    It’s just a shame that software is rarely made with the same finesse and attention to detail.

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