The Nokia 2710 is a very basic mobile phone brought out by Nokia in May 2010. The phone used a single network being 2G connectivity and covered the GSM 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 frequency range. It also came with a TFT screen and 256K colour. The one nice thing about the mobile phone was that it came with a large screen being 240×320 pixels and like most in its class it came with MP3 ringtones and vibration ring only.
The Nokia 2710 Navigator came with an SDCard slot and came with a 2GB card which you could upgrade to 16GB. Many second hand units come without the standard 2GB card so ask about the card if you are buying a used phone. The phone also came with Class 32 GPRS and Class 10 EDGE which had speeds at 236.8kbps. There is single camera in the mobile which is a 2MP camera which was standard in the day running at 1600×1200 pixels. The video is in QVGA and runs at 15fps. At these speeds you cant move the camera around fast when recording as it will become blurr during the recording.
Lastly the phone comes with a radio and A-GPS and also with MMS, SMS amd Wap with an added compass and accelerometer. With a talk-time of just over 12 hours and a standby time of 21 days the Nokia 2710 makes for a phone you could do with. See the user manual below for more information about the phone and how to use the phone. You can also use the Nokia Software Suite to connect to the phone from your computer.
Nokia 2710 Navigation