Nokia 6310i

Nokia 6310i

The Nokia 6310i was  first introduced at the CeBIT fair in March 2002 with sales starting later that year and discontinued in late 2005. It was primarily marketed as a business phone and for some years was the dominant GSM device in the corporate world. The model is basically the same as the earlier 6310 with the addition of tri-band reception, Java and a blue LCD Screen (as opposed to the earlier green).

Phone Features

  • Tri-band world phone – works in three networks on five continents
  • Downloadable personal applications via Java™ technology
  • GPRS (general packet radio service)
  • HSCSD (high speed data)
  • Bluetooth support
  • WAP 1.2.1 browser (over GRPS or CSD)
  • Wallet
  • Customizable and timed profiles
  • Clock and alarm clock
  • Calculator, currency converter
  • Stopwatch, countdown timer
  • Voice commands, voice recorder
  • Connectivity options: Bluetooth, infrared, and cable

Full Specifications


  • Weight: 111 g
  • Dimensions: 129 x 47 x 17-21 mm, 97 cc


  • High-resolution, illuminated, full-graphics display
  • Dynamic display layout, adjusts automatically for optimal viewing
  • Up to 6 lines for text, numbers, and graphics

Memory Functions

The following functions share dynamic memory:

  • Calendar notes (up to 250 entries)
  • To-do list (up to 30 entries)
  • WAP cache (up to 20 entries)
  • WAP bookmarks (up to 25 entries)
  • WAP security cache and certificates (up to 20 entries)
  • Java™ applications (space for up to 178 kB of Java applications); note: 128kB of static memory and up to 50 kB of dynamic memory
  • Wallet notes (up to 30 entries)

The following functions use static memory:

  • Phonebook (up to 500 entries, depending on number of characters per entry)
  • SMS (up to 150 text messages or 50 picture/concatenated messages, depending on data quantity per message)
  • Voice recording (2 minutes)
  • Voice name tags (10 places)
  • Voice commands (5 predefined)
  • Ringing tones (35 preset, five variable)



  • Enhanced user interface for email over SMS
  • Text messaging: Send and receive message up to 160 characters long
  • Picture messaging: Send pictures with text to other compatible phones
  • Predictive text input
  • Templates: Quick and easy sending of predefined messages


  • Snake II
  • Space Impact
  • Bumper
  • 1 preloaded Java game

Ringing Tones

  • 35 fixed and 5 variable tones (for composed or downloaded ringing tones)

Call Management

  • Speed dialing: For up to 9 names (1 is always for voice mail)
  • Voice dialing: For up to 10 names
  • Last number redial from dialed calls list (dial key brings out the dialed calls list)
  • Automatic redial (max 10 attempts)
  • Automatic answer (only works with headset or car kit)
  • Emergency calls to 112 (number operates in specific countries only) without SIM-card and with key locked phone
  • Call waiting, call hold, call divert, and call timer
  • Automatic and manual network selection
  • Closed user group
  • Fixed dialing number allows calls only to predefined numbers

Tri-band Operation

  • EGSM 900, GSM 1800, and GSM 1900 networks in Europe, Africa, Asia, North, and South America; automatic switching between bands

Power Management

Battery Talk time Standby time Charging times
Ultra slimBPS-2, 1100 mAhLi-PolymerBattery (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 1900) 3h 15min – 6h 4h – 7h 30min up to 17 days ACP-7:   4h 15min ACP-8:   2h 30min ACP-12: 1h 40min
Slim BatteryBLS-2N, 1050 mAhLi-Ion(GSM 900/1800) (GSM 1900) 3h – 5h 45min 3h 45min – 7h up to 16 days ACP-7:   3h 20min ACP-8:   2h 10min ACP-12: 1h 45min