Review by Michael Oryl on Wednesday June 19, 2002.
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A couple of weeks ago I received a 6510, the new small business oriented phone from Nokia.
The device is positioned somewhere between the real business person´´s phone, the 6310i, and the normal consumer model, the 8310. In fact it shares most all features and properties of the 8310, it is just more sedately decorated.
Like the 8310, the 6510 offers the following:
Two minor additions, with the business user in mind:
The electronic wallet allows the user to enter notes or credit card info into the phone. All of the text input fields support the use of T9, which makes everything much easier. When the user has a SIM card that supports Wireless Identity Module, and is using a supported application, the previously entered credit card information can be used for making purchase. I am personally unaware of any current use for this, though.
The week view mode of the calendar is part of the standard calendar app on the device. It is adequate for most basic needs, and with the help of the provided software, can be synchronized with a few different applications (Lotus Notes, Lotus Organizer, MS Schedule+, MS Windows Address Book, and MS Outlook). The software can synchronize your Calendar and To-Do items, and will of course manage your contacts.