I bought the Nokia 2160 here in Buenos Aires in 1999.. which is very similar to this one here ..but.. it has a TDMA net.. so, no Sim cards or anything of the sort. I agree with everybody that this one is the most solid phone ever made. It can slip from your hands many many times without even having a scratch! I'd even bought it second-handed I remember meaning that it is 11 years old! I've passed it to my mum, who's using it nowadays and I hope it'll work for another 50 years which I reckon it's not such an impossible thing. I wish phones nowadays were as solid as this one.
i used to work in a phone retailer and I still have a "new" one in a closed box, i wont open becuz it wont work in any network today. ill keep it closed until the year 2070 lmao people will get surprised :P
does this phone work with nextel? because i can't use the walkie talkie function? and whats with the nice bluetooth?
This piece of tech-art is solid rock, I guess noki'os people should consider making their new "all-in-one" handhelds as solid as this. I met a guy who buyed a "supersonic" N90, but one day the thing fell from its hands hitting the floor and rolled out the room... You probably know what happened. Ąpoor guy!
this phone can bat down the n93,d600,k800 and e900 with its great o.o meg, no bluetooth, no infrared, no games, features at all
i have this phone and i cant get rid of it.... i threw it in the pool but it kept working.... i threw it at a rock really hard.... guess what.... it kept working.... i got a hammer and smashed it... the screen is stuffed but is still workin... me muum isnt lettin me get a new phone until this 1 is broken
this is mos tlikely the best phone going around in 2006. its features are very entertaining with the 0mp camera and the version 0.0 bluetooth.... i wuld buy this for about $200.
ooh nokia i want this phone - bring it on and its gonna be better then n93 i luv it
wow =D i saw that at one guy!
But hi have mobile!!
An other peoples (more peoples) dont have!
I love this phone. I got mine 2nd-hand in 1999 here in the Philippines and since then decked it out with a car kit; CellularWare which enabled me to type SMS messages and otherwise use the phone from Windows; a desktop stand with charger and external speaker. It worked like a charm, and would still work if NiCad or NiMH batteries are still easy to source. It could even piggyback onto HP's OmniGo 700LX which is a descendant of the classic 100LX/200LX. All in all good value for its money in its time, and even now.