The Nokia 2610 is a candybar-style telephone that weighs 91 grams, with its buttons operated by the thumb. It has a 1.5-inch (38 mm) CSTN colour screen with 65,536-colour display. It uses a D-pad and two selection buttons, one on each side, with Send and End keys similar to native S40 devices. The End key also is used to turn the telephone on and off.
Refurbishment is the distribution of products (usually electronics and electrical) that have been previously returned to a manufacturer or vendor for various reasons. Refurbished products are normally tested for functionality and defects before they are sold, and thus are the approximate equivalent of certified pre-owned cars.
The main difference between refurbished and used products is that refurbished products have been tested and verified to function properly, and are thus free of defects, while used products may or may not be defective. Refurbished products may be unused customer returns that are essentially new items, or they may be defective products that were returned under NO warranty, and resold by the manufacturer after repairing the defects and ensuring proper function.