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Nokia doesn't do slim design very often, but with the 5310 it succeeds in making an eye-catching cell phone.
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With support for 16.7 million colors, the 5310 offers a bright, vibrant display.
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The 5310 is less than half an inch think.
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The 5310's camera sits on its rear face.
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The 5310's dedicated music controls offer convenient access to the music player.
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The 5310 has a comfortable, solid feel.
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The compact 5310 travels well.
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The 5310 has an easy-to-use keypad and navigation controls.
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The 5310's camera lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror.
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