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. :-((
My first phone, and I'm still using it untill now side by side with my E71.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2010i hate this phone....seriously you dont want to say that becos old is gold... and best always comes first frm fijian queen!!
finally, i got this handset today, even the price is expensive.. i really love this handset, it's so cool... you can let the criminals snatch this handset..
This phone was tough and made high quality audio calls.
I don't think you can get a phone as reliable as this one now.
Basic, bulky but dependable