my nokia 3210gsmhandset is just okay for me.it has all i need.
I use 3210 more than 2 years. It works
and still looks good (with a silver
cover). 3210 is the most beautiful
GSM that I ever saw.
I often send SMS-messages; 3210 has a
good keyboard. Inserting special
characters into message is very
Sometimes I can save, for example, 17th
message - 3210 tell me: "Memory full."
A small bug. Firmware version of my
3210 is 5.26.
Menus of 3210 are simple.
I'm very satisfied with my 3210. Maybe
I'll buy 3410. Many People from Croatia
(yes, I'm from this country) still use
Jesus loves you! Bye!
its 2 big. but i love it coz i want to buy it.
this is the best phone i've ever had. really like the curves which fits nicely into my hands, could be smaller though. why can't nokia make 3210 lighter, bit smaller?! rather than coming out with 3310,3315,3410,8310 etc.
After using a Siemens C25 for two years, I got the 3210 from someone who got a new phone with a new contract. I'm always torn between buying the latest, most expensive high-tec gadget and just staying with my old cheap phones. The 3210 has a couple more features (alarm clock, T9) than the C25 but is also about 20g heavier, as well as a tad bigger. I will start "modding" this phone with a new cover, a better battery, vibration, as well as a new firmware. Maybe I'll stick with it afterall. It does its job and it feels good to carry a phone with you that you don't have to worry about getting stolen.
I had this for 12 months, and then my wife had this phone for another 12 months. It's served it's time fairly well, but as soon as I got it, the battery broke and they wouldn't replace (they blamed me!). Also later it would randomly switch off, and sometimes not ring (go straight to answer phone) even though it was on and had signal. But it is / was a very tough phone, survived many drops, etc.
when i saw one a 3210 like 2 years ago i thought it looked well cool. but now its just ugly and outdated
One of the best in Nokia range.
Bring my 3210 back Eddie Boy, Kakarnehin kita
It is very good mobile for me but in this time the sellprice is cheap
Very true..3210 is a classic..I just found mine in a drawer, unused for 2 yrs..I put on new meteor yellow cover, and im using it right now..love it! Is it true that there's a li-ion for this phone? I'm willing to pay for it..cos this phone just seems to last forever..and im not going to sell or dump it..
OK all, the 3210 is old, and kind of ugly, like a VW bug, but it grows on you.....it's an ecclectic's classic now. My opinion, but I liked the curves. Yes, there's better technology out there, but this thing does serve it's purpose, and yes, it does cut you off, and does weird shit all by itself in the middle of the night. I got very attached to mine, until it died, but I dropped the fucker a LOT, it exploded a few times, and I just snapped it back together...it kept on going. I, being a dumbass, left it on the charger a lot, which fried the voltage regulator, killing everything, and not making sense to have it fixed. So, who knows how much life it would have had. Mine was warm black. Loved the stand-up charger I had for it. 3310 looks like a turd out of a robot's ass....so I went and got the GD75....fuck modern Nokia in financial trouble making part-feature phones now.
it is a normal phone,but now it's too old
Hi can sum 1 tell me how to make the ringing tone loader than level 5 as it is still low?? please mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
The only thing that is missing on this phone is vibro and it's little heavy
its very bad
I have had the Nokia 3210 for 2 years, the phone serves its purpose and I think its a great phone. 2 Years ago it was small and light but now its outdated in terms of features, weight to heavy and size to big. Good for a student or first time user but for me Its time to get more mod. Good job though Nokia. 7.5/10
The third Nokia phone I bought, it handy, affordable, has nice basic features but I think it's badly designed since nicknamed it as the "alien" or the "sperm" because it looks like it has a big head. Easily stays in your pocket.
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