I was attacked by a robber last week and I could defend myself with this phone. I also locked my keys in the car and could break the window with it. this is the best multi purpose phone ever. To bad you dont get pouches 4 this phone anymore so I carry it around in my trailer.
My old phone broke last year (a nice Sony erricson walk man) and so a friend gave me this, bought 11 years ago, and I have gotten myself really attached to it. The Ariel broke last week, so it even has a custom, green single core wire antenna that is about 30cm long that I soldered onto it. Best Phone Ever.
I used this phone about six years ago (2004), the battery into the phone began to loosen and the phone started to turn off, so i replace it, but to me, This is the best phone ever!
when i was in grade 5, i was so boastful having dat unit but now i was just kip on laughing... hahaha
Anonymous, 22 Apr 2010i used to scratch my ears with the antenna of this phone... very useful i guess..indeed! hehehe
i used to scratch my ears with the antenna of this phone... very useful i guess..
This was the first phone I ever had, it simply rocked big time back then in 2001.
I bought it as a "second hand" for Rs. 2400 INR. Nice one... OMG I am nostalgic now ;-)
this was the first cell phone I ever had, my mother gave it to me in christmas 1999 when I was 16 years old it was very popular at that time in my country (Chile) a real classic
5110 was a very nice handphone, very tough, can change lcd by myself, i mean i dis assemble it and assemble it back,. can customized covers lights and then after few months comes the 3210.
my first phone..=)...This phone maybe old enough nowadays and like the old thing it is also with old memories I always remember everytime I see this phone...my first phone where I met my first love...this phone maybe out in the market now and sad to say my first love now out of my life too..=(
Itz a lovely wonderful mobile phone my dad bought and v all in home were happy. Those days network carriers charged incoming calls (within city) when in home-country, city. We paid Rs.4 or 5 per minute for an incoming call. The network was Wings (RPG) now called as AIRCEL. Reminds my childhood. :-((