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The Nokia 5610 returns to the slider design of the original 5300 Xpress Music phone. Read full review
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The 5610's large display is bright, vibrant, and colorful. Read full review
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The 5610's camera sits on its back above the speaker. Read full review
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The 5610's only has a volume rocker and a camera shutter on its spine. Read full review
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The 5610 is a tad bulky, but it's still portable. Read full review
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The 5610 has a solid, comfortable feel. Read full review
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The 5610's keypad buttons are tactile but they have a slippery plastic feel. Read full review
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We liked the 5610's music slide bar but we didn't love its navigation toggle. Read full review
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The 5610's flash is quite powerful. Read full review
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