Too expensive for what it can do....so what titanium?Don't drop it then. Doesn't have anything.
i've owned one for months....true it doesnt have features of a p900 or 6600...but its a phone which stands out of the crowd...its a phone for those who like being exclusive...its a gem...
depends on your own personal perception of a perfect phone. There are ppl who feels that its too expensive to buy a proper radio-transceiver, camera...so they go for the all-in-one phone. For me, i would not consider a all-in-one phone perfect as i find that users of the all-in-one phone doesn't really make use of all the features especially the camera in their phone! It's not even looked at after a few months of usage...so again, thats their perfect phone. i'm a fan of the 8910 because whenever i'm talking on the phone, the voice goes and comes thru loud & clear. Thats all i wanted. This is my perfect phone. In fact i'm planning to get another one as a backup in case i lost this phone. I'm loving it and to all losers out there who gives negative comments bout this phone: get a life, its only a phone.
thats what i said.stick to the 8850 since you like it best.I like the 8850 myself,but i also enjoy the color graphics.Besides there is no match as far as the price is concerned.If you can find a new or a slightly used 8850 is more than half the price of a new 8910i.So go for it.Even the 8910(without thi i)is a good deal for you
Heard the saying jack of all trades, master of none - that applies to all those wingers with radios, cameras and whizzy bits on their (Cheap phones). All of those bits are mickey mouse when compared tro a proper radio, proper digital camera etc, etc.
The 8910 is jack of one trade (phone) and master of all.
The materials used are not compromised and it remains focused on what is does - make calls, and does it while looking (and costing) a million dollars
I've bought and sold a couple of these and used them for a litle while. It didn't really suit me as I couldn't send email from it (POP3), but I didn't come across a single person who wasn't impressed when they first saw it.
I liken the 8910i to a diamond - exclusive, expensive and beyond the reach of those who worry about money.
It doesn't have a camera, video player or other gadgets, but hey, nor does a diamond.
Is this phone out in the USA yet? and who is the provider? or would it work with t-mobiles GSM sim card or not? Thanks
It feels sooo Good to use Nokia 8910i :) already have another phone too. (t610)
8910i is not a multimedia phone, well thats O.K. I bought it cause its stylish for many people and for me too. 8910i is expensive and doesnt give you much functions. BUT it is 8910i right? it is a fine etiquette. Some of u wont understand and some will. Damnn it is looking cool in my Java Black Range-Rover :D
i had a 8850 before. it is even better than this. lighter, smaller and i can even access the menu of the 8850 without sliding down the phone
if they broke down,what can i say.ill right again one year from now agreeing or disagreeing with you.
as for style,it only a matter of taste and opinion.Some like it some dont.Doesnt mean that if you dont like it and think its a piece of sh** that it actually is,right?
I;m answering to those that say that is OBLIGATORY to have a camera on your phone.So if you do own a digital camera,a minidisc,a portable mp3 player and a palmtop,and dont care about your phone having a camera,then you are not one of them.The 8910i is a practical phone depending on how fast you care to get use to it.If you never had a phone with a sliding door,then it might take you a couple of weeks more to deal with it.
i think that phones with tones of features are much less practical than older ones,or new ones with nothing but the neccesary.
As you see it all boils down to what every1 considers NECCESARY,so i won't argue anymore.Say whatever it pleases you!