Nokia 3510

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Nokia 3510

The Nokia 3510 (type NHM-8NX, codenamed Pippi) is a GSM candybar phone announced on 12 March 2002, and released in June 2002. It was the first in-house Nokia phone to include polyphonic MIDI ringtones, utilising the miniBAE sound engine.

The phone also has strong integration with WAP services, and features built-in games with downloadable extra content: new chapters for Space Impact II, dancers for Dance 2 Music, challenges for Link5, and tables for Bumper. Despite having a monochrome display, it is one of Nokia's first phones to support receiving multimedia messages (albeit only those containing MIDI files and not exceeding 30 KB), though the 7650 from the same time period could also send them.

Along with the Nokia 3410, it serves as a successor to the Nokia 3310. The phone's design is heavily based on the 3310, but with an overhauled keypad, improved display, and newer hardware. The 3510 is also slightly taller than the 3310. The 3510 supports interchangeable Xpress-on covers, including a "game board" with controls designed for gaming.

Variants

  • 3590 (NPM-8): US version with different bands, released in 2003.

Related phones

  • Nokia 3410: Predecessor.
  • Nokia 3510i: An improved version with a color display, which was developed and released later in 2002.
  • Nokia 3585, 3586i, 3585i, 3587: CDMA variants.

Specs

Basics

NHM-8
HW Platform/ChipsetDCT4 platform (UPP8M v1.1 baseband)
SW Platform/OSSeries 30
Display 96 x 65, monochrome
Flash memory8 MB, 856.1 kB available
Memory card slotNo
Phonebook capacity500
Charging connectorNokia 3.5mm barrel jack connector
Data connectorMbus service test points
Regulatory info3590: GMLNPM-8 (approved 2002-04-10)

Connectivity

NHM-8
Operating modes3510: GSM (900/1800)
3590: GSM (850/1900)
DataCSD, GPRS
SIM sizeMini SIM
IrDANo
BluetoothNo

Input

NHM-8
Input methods12-key keypad with T9 predictive text
Soft keysTwo softkeys, 2-way d-pad, call, end
Side keysTop: Power

Media

NHM-8
Supported image formatsGIF, JPG, WBMP, OTA
Supported sound formatsMID, NRT
Speaker configurationEar speaker and internal loudspeaker
Line out2.5mm jack
SynthesizerminiBAE, Chippy/small bank, 4 voices

Messaging

NHM-8
SMSYes, with chat and templates
EMSNokia Smart Messaging
MMSReceive only • MIDI, under 30 KB

Software

NHM-8
JavaNo
Other runtimesDownloadable game packs

Pre-loaded content

Games

  • Space Impact II
  • Bumper
  • Link5
  • Dance 2 Music
  • Kart Racing

Ringtones

Name File type Composer Arranger Notes
Nokia tune MIDI Francisco Tárrega Ian Livingstone
Do-Mi-So MIDI unknown unknown
Luminosity MIDI Noa Nakai Noa Nakai
Attraction MIDI unknown unknown
Rhapsody 2 MIDI Franz Liszt Brian Salter
Trepak MIDI Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Brian Salter
In the groove MIDI Thomas Dolby Thomas Dolby
Humming Bird MIDI Mikko Tillander unknown
Disco MIDI unknown unknown
Space Age MIDI Timo Anttila unknown
Montuno MIDI Mikko Tillander unknown
Sleepyhead MIDI unknown unknown
Songette MIDI unknown unknown
Upswing MIDI Timo Anttila unknown
Dancing snake MIDI unknown unknown Asia-only
Elation MIDI unknown unknown Asia-only
Moonbeam MIDI unknown unknown Asia-only
Cicada MIDI Mikko Tillander Mikko Tillander
Sanguine MIDI unknown unknown
Suspence MIDI unknown unknown
Leafy MIDI unknown unknown
Funfair NRT Mikko Tillander Mikko Tillander
Ring ring NRT unknown unknown
Groove NRT unknown unknown
Persuasion NRT unknown unknown
Reveille NRT unknown unknown
Speedy NRT unknown unknown
Mosquito NRT unknown unknown
Etude NRT unknown unknown
Rocket NRT unknown unknown
City bird NRT unknown unknown
Samba NRT unknown unknown
Bounce NRT unknown unknown
Tweet NRT unknown unknown
Fool about NRT Mikko Tillander Mikko Tillander
Private eye NRT Mikko Tillander Mikko Tillander
Raindrops NRT unknown unknown
Groovy Blue NRT unknown unknown

Accessories

Batteries

Chargers

Trivia

  • The 3510 features a unique startup sound not used in any other Nokia phone to date.
  • The 3590 is the last phone to use the 6310 startup sound.

Gallery

Phone

Screenshots

UI

Games