S-man, 28 Feb 2010You could kill a man with this phone..Rather try a Siemens S7 or Motorola 5200/7200 - you will get much better/quicker results! :)
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2010My first phone in 1995 i still have it and it still make phone calls hehehe.i remember wen i b... moreYes, way back then the 2110 was THE phone to have - it was a HUGE improvement over the inch thick Motorola 7200/5200 'flip open' models. But at that time the flip open way was cool (can you imagine it) and made you feel like you have just arrived from Star Trek!!!
My first phone in 1995 i still have it and it still make phone calls hehehe.i remember wen i bought the phn hw very excited i was.looking at it nw i dnt even think my son would want to use it coz he wud be so embarrassed.
Anonymous, 26 May 2010this handset is woth £600 now yes it is true,because this mobile is antique.my father's first mobile was nokia 2110.
I had one like this, was demn effing expensive, but it was so great, and light weight, and it was my first ever GSM phone. Imagine, less than quater of a kilo and still the battery could last more than a day! Was a big upgrade from my NMT900 Nokia 101 at a third of a kilo and 12-16 hours standby.
2110 was very advanced in -95, bleeding edge technology. It didnt have much competition back then, it was just too good for the competition.
nice phone on its age..
i can relax my eyes when read the specification :)
The phone Nokia 2110 is now working. Thank You, Nokia. Long Live Nokia...
Ken, 02 Feb 2010Can anyone find me a battery for my Nokia 2110 please?I'm replacing the battery in my 2110 with one from here:
This is a great phone, I use it as my main phone every day (my high-tech Palm Treo Pro (touchscreen, Microsoft Office and all that) spends more time being repaired than with me). You can synch it with your ocmputer, text, divert calls, send fax/data calls and even set personal reminders. It's got a fitting at the top for you to attach a carry strap to and...
...this was the first ever phone to have the "Nokia" ringtone