joe, 13 Jul 2008how big is the messages memory, does anyone know? is there a limit like in the old models or i... moreI don't think there is a limit, you can move messages around as you see fit.
which one is better?nokia 3110 classic or nokia 3500 classic?
these two phones are like brother and sister, there is a small difference between them.
3500 has a 2.0 MP camera, a chrome finish at the edges but a worse, 820 mAH battery (3110 has a new 1020 mAH battery). Also the 3500 costs more.
Personally i'd take 3110 any day, just for the battery life. If you need a better media phone, i recommend you look at nokia 3120 or 6300.
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2008which one is better?nokia 3110 classic or nokia 3500 classic?For fiture.. nokia 3500 better than 3110. But.. for design.. i'm very like with 3110.
how big is the messages memory, does anyone know? is there a limit like in the old models or it uses shared memory for unlimited number?
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2008Does that mean it will or wont work in the U.S pleaseIn the US, GSM networks use 850 or 1900 MHz frequency bands. So it may or may not work, depending on the GSM network.
Dan2Silky, 12 Jul 2008Where do i find the Network settings on this phone? From the UK but need to know if it'll work... moreyou can find technical info here, but under specifications.
2G Network GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
Where do i find the Network settings on this phone? From the UK but need to know if it'll work in America.
Anonymous, 11 Jul 2008It is really a big problem for me with my new nokia 3110 classic phone ..several times the mes... moreYou need to make roughly two things before packet data will work properly.
1. you need to make proper settings in the phone, this can be done manually or with a SMS message. if SMS doesn't work (probably the settings are incorrect?) you just have to do it manually, go to homepage of phone provider, and search for the settings. use phone manual for help.
2. when all settings are input, you usually need to send a SMS with a keyword (GPRS) to your phone provider, which will activate the packet data service.
you have to do the same two steps for activating MMS messages.
Raze, 11 Jun 2008umm can anybody tell me how to stop my phone from saying subscribe to packet data? coz they sa... moreIt is really a big problem for me with my new nokia 3110 classic phone ..several times the message shows "subscribe the packet data" .i have gone to Nokia care, have connect several times with my service provider, but till today unable to send any mms message..not only that whenever service provider has sent the settings of GPRS or MMS , my phone unable to seva those settings ...beside mms, unable to email from that mobile ......what to do ..plz help me....
For connection with PC you need a regular miniUSB to USB cable (which is sold in almost all computer and music shops).
Finally i bought it. Handset made in korea, battery china, headphone vietnam. its no need to say again this is a good phone. it really is.
i've already faced restarting and the forward problems of the music player, but i think they would not be much problem for me.
My problem is the data cable. i'm currently using bluetooth adapter. but it's really slow to fill up my 1GB microSD with songs. can I use the cheap miniUSB cable I got with a card reader, or should I go with nokia's expensive DKE-2 i saw on the local stores?
I love this fone.......it has many function i love it its make me cool...i bought the color black on mine....and the sounds are loud...its louder than N70...and more clearer...thanks...Rohn from PHilippines
Excellent phone considering the low price. It has lots of stuff like MP3/MP4, FM Radio, Bluetooth (also supports A2DP and even those external bluetooth displays eg. car kits), Java, Flash lite, normal camera, video recorder, etc etc. All of this in an exceptional value for money. Sure it has some downsides, the sound recorder recording stuff at quite a low volume comes to mind, but that would be nitpicking. I'm satisfied using this phone.
what is the difference between nokia's original dke-2 mini USB cable and normal mini USB cables we get with card readers. why is nokia's ones so expensive. is there any problem if i use the other one? can it damage the phone?
Hello! I come from Slovenia (europe), and i've had this phone for almost 6 months now.
All i have to say is i'm very happy with it, it looks nice to the eye and is small enough to fit the pocket.
From technical standpoint, I like how fast it runs the applications. There have been no freezes or resets. I have a software version 5.50 (i've checked but there is no newer update available on nokia web site).I own a 1GB SANDISK card which is constantly filled with media files.
For web browsing, i use OPERA MINI software, which is an excellent browser, too bad the screen is a little bit small though.
The battery is very good, the phone can take as much as 1 week of standby operation. If you run media player (radio/video/mp3) the battery will go for about 7 hours which is still pretty decent.
Anyway, i give it 8.5/10 for having a lot of functions that you usually find on more expensive phones.