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Nokia 7610 Camera Phone Review

One put off in this phone is the design of the battery cover.
The battery cover is designed in such a way that it makes it difficult for a
user to open the cover. As you can see from the picture above, opening the cover
requires two hands, and quite some effort and practice.

Both the battery and the RS-MMC slots are located under the back
cover. Standard phone configuration. Still it would have been better if the RS-MMC
could be removed without removing the battery and powering down the phone (take
a leaf out of the Nokia NGage QD design). Changing MMCs and extracting data
would have been simpler.


You can actually purchase additional 128MB RSMMC card from a 3rd
party manufacturer like Transcend or KingMax. A typical 128MB RSMCC is retailing
at around S$ 98.

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