Skin Flute, 27 Apr 2006Hi im having troubles getting MP3's to play on this phone. Also i cannot find the bluetooth... moreSkin Flute, stop trolling. The Bluetooth standard was introduced long after the 5110 reached the market. As for MP3s, get an iPod.
Oh my Good, this my first phone, I have the package of this phone in my house... its a strong, the sounds all about this phone i was liked....
The NaviKey in this phone (middle key) was a masterpiece of design in Nokia history. It has all necessary function to use, just by one key!
i just bought me one yeaterday. for $25. and i love it. to thing how tecnologi was 10 years ago.
My first fone ever!! I got it as a birthday present on my 8th birthday, I was currently on the 3rd grade bak at those times, It was given by my aunt. HAHA. i can still remember the days how my classmates used to tease me coz of this fone.. well i lost it together wd my entire skul bag one rainy morning.Now im a sophomore, and my fone is an N95, luking forward n96.
i rily want this phone. it really helps me alot. it nurture my knowledge and skills. thanks for everything
My first phone ever . I inherited it from my aunt. It's part of my childhood and I wanted to have it alongside with my two newer phones but sadly I could'nt find someone to fix it because it always says "insert sim card" even though I inserted my sim. So I had to throw it to the trash can.
i had one of these phones one of my first phones aswell. lol you could say its a part of my childhool lol . they reall can take a beating aswell really rugged and a cool design for there age aswell if i didnt look so silly id still use one today
My collegue David brown has this mobile and thinks it da bomb. I have told him man times this phone isnt all that but he believed this is "the one". He thinks it is better than the N95!!
my late father used to use this phone and hell i can see that it is mighty durable... he dropped it more than a dozen times, it is anti theft (he forgot he placed the phone on the counter of the supermarket and after he left, he saw the bagger chasing him telling him that he forgot his phone and on another occasion, a pickpocket got his phone but then said you dropped your phone sir when in fact the phone is inside his bag with all the zippers and locks)
mighty durable and good for calls and text... too bad ONLY class A batteries are sold here in the Philippines...
this is my second handphone but yet my fave until now..i had to bought it twice after i lost it in Mall.very simple..now it cost for about US$25,very cheap..
Nokia-guru... great for mms?
Are you really guru? No MMS feature in this mobile.. maybe it's SMS..Nokia-guru?
And I'm still using one in 2008 ;). The only thing that ever needed replacing was the battery, it survived dozens of drops on the floor. Since I only need a phone for talking and don't really care about fancy displays, cameras and internet connection, I've never needed a new phone.