Tools

These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.

Use the Troubleshooting Guide to identify problems with your phone and learn possible solutions.

The discontinued Motorola i710 flip phone was one of the first in the series of iDEN phones from Motorola. The phone was released in June 2004 for Nextel/Sprint and features a color display, GPS, built-in Internet Microbrowser, One-Touch Push-To-Talk, and voice-activated dialing.

Size/Design

  • Antenna: Retractable
  • Design: Clamshell
  • Dimensions: 3.60" x 2.00" x 1.10" (91 x 51 x 28 mm)
  • Headset Jack: 2.5 mm
  • Side Keys: Yes
  • Type: Basic
  • Weight: 5.10 oz (145 g)

Battery

  • Standby Time: 70 hours (2.9 days)
  • Talk Time: 3.33 hours (200 minutes)
  • Type: Lithium Ion

Display

  • Colors: 65, 536 (16-bit)
  • Resolution: 130 x 130 pixels
  • Type: TFT, LCD (Color)

Data Messaging

  • Predictive Text Entry: Yes
  • Text Messaging: MMS

Music and Multimedia

  • Voice Recorder: Yes
  • GPS Navigation: Yes
  • Speaker Phone: Yes

Connectivity

  • Data/Fax Capability: Yes
  • Java Applications: Yes
  • USB Port: Yes
  • Web Browser Browser Software: Openwave 4.1

Organizer

  • Calendar: Yes

Phone Book

  • Capacity: 600
  • Multi Numbers per Name: Yes
  • Photo Caller ID: Yes
  • Ringer ID: Yes
  • Ringer Profiles: Yes
  • Voice Dialing: Yes

Other Features

  • Hearing Aid Compatible: Yes, M4
  • Multiple Languages: Yes
  • Polyphonic Ringer: Yes
  • Push-to-Talk: Yes
  • Vibrate Alert: Yes
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