Nokia 3510, manufactured by Nokia, Germany, 2002-2005. Together with charger and battery. Science Museum issue work phone and in owner's possession during July 2005 London bombings
The Nokia 3510 was the first mass marketed phone to come with access to the GPRS data network, allowing users to browse the Internet and receive emails. It also supported polyphonic ringtones and picture messaging. This handset was a work mobile phone used by a member of Science Museum staff, and was the phone they owned when bombs went off in London on 7th July 2007.
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overall (upright): 118 mm x 50 mm x 21 mm, .082 kg
- mobile telephone
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- From Tim Boon
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