Hi guyz. Its been a long time that i love this phone now i found it. i just wanna know that does it works good? what about the reception?
This phone is absolutely the greatest phone evA!!!For people who have the eye for class!
Ive had the 8910i for quite a while now and its still a head turner! I have the 8800 aswell,got it this year in feb`,that phone as no comparison what so ever!
i like the cell but don have one. i'm ready to exchange a nokkia 3220 havin a vga camera. it can also be fitted with an express on fun shell which enables you to literally write in air. i'm not kiddin. it also has a few months warranty still left. anyone interested in exchangin a workin condition 8910i can give a call to me on +919822487441 or else just send me an e mail.
What can I say. I own 6630, N70 and now I have black 8910i. This thing rulz. No aditional stuff, that 99% people don't even know where to find them on the phone, not use it. Great phone & great design. I just dont know how to upload MIDI file. DAMN!
This phone is an absolute classic, being part of the Premium range of Nokia phones it had to be something special and the Titanium casing is a sure winner. The phone is still worth more than the curent top of the line Nokia's because of that. My 8910i is a sure keeper as it is such a classic and will remain so for years to come.
this has been my dream-phone since the time i saw it , in Singapore in 2003, the only thing that kept me away was the price, coz i had just got my first job then, now 3 yr's fast forward i still plan on owning a brand new one, cmera is not my preference, but the thing is i am in USA, and would like to know if i would have any problems with it, would appreciate if people in US would respond to my query, I am with T-Mobile carrier service, so please advice.Awaiting responses.
i think they should come out with this phone again but with updates and keep its design.i am thinking of getting this phone but i don't know if i should.what should i do?
The greatest Nokia handset I ever had!!! Simply the best. I'm still using it today and works fine as new.
u cant send tones via bluetooth or irda cos when the phone was made thy had not invented symbian technology,u have to download.still one of the gr8st phone nokia has made till date .very very outstanding.i always get stares everytime i pop it out to make a call........
iv had my nokia 89101 for 3 years and have had no problems at all with it ,the bluetooth works great even when connected to the bluetooth in car system,the battery life is good as well even for 3 years old ,this is a phone with no gimmicks and this is how a phone should look and feel.
sick phone very nice and love the slide to answer the phone best part about the phone
a very stylish phone, woth getting if mint/brand new. my only problem was slide went slightly off due to use. poor for texting in dark.bad light. norm. dublin
I got hold of this phone twice but i sold back, now am regret... this phone is the most classic phone that others can't compare, even 8800... its elegant look with the automatic push up is perfect... i'm using 8800 but i still wanna get a brand new 8910i, can u guys who just have this phone recently tell me where u get it?? Email me to tell the location.. Thanks
this is really the next nicest looking chick since 8850... u can't compare 8910i with 8800 as it's an handset which had been out in the market since 2003... it like the classic simple beautiful 8910i vs that costly 8800... well, think u guys better do glab an nice 8 series before it's completely gone... heard from the nokia care centres in singapore that the 8800'll be the very last 8 series phone that nokia'll ever produce... nokia'll produce their new limited or rather special edition phones with the new n-series... cheers & greeting from singapore!!
Forget mp3, forget camera forget all unnecessary gimmicks. This is how fones were originally meant to be, full of style and charisma. Not only that, but reliable as any fone ever made. I managed to get hold of one BRAND NEW last week (yes, you can still get these fones brand new if you know where you're lookin (not refurbed or used at all) email me and i'll let you know where from. Im also an owner of the 8800 but the 8910i was a must have as a second business phone, just hold it and feel the magic. Even tho it has 3 yr old technology this fone will never go out of date or fashion. 8mp digital cameras are like £100 now, do we really need cameras on our phones slowing them down? Same for mp3, normally this feature takes up too mucn memory or slows the phone down so again i ask, 'havent we all got ipods?'I strongly recommend this classic communication piece - but beware of unscrupolous sellers offering refurbs as 'new'!