Tom Bishop, 24 Apr 2010My 5210 is still working today. Still using it.my 5210 is not working. whay is the problem i don"t know.
it was a days that i can't forget :D
this phone now in my desk without the cover xD looks like skeleton phone
miss this best lookin nokia phone this one and the 5140
the best thinh that there are no finger print on the phone like the newest
i wish they make another with new soft and same design
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RALPH, 17 Jan 2010The Best Phone I Ever Use!!!!Even i have use so many phones I still love this Phone...Its true..
OMG.. wasn't this the phone like the Kinder eggs. You could crack the shell in two and yank out its "intrails"?
The Best Phone I Ever Use!!!!Even i have use so many phones I still love this Phone...
thats amazing , thats which make me loyal to nokia
future features , highiest durability ever known !!
Are you guy still using this phone ? Poor gay....
Btw this is my first beautiful phone....
Dropped this phone in streams/rivers four times, each time I took it apart and dried it over a stove/radiator/Trangier and it worked perfectly. Five years solid use out of it. Utterly bomb-proof.
Easily affordable, and with a quality of design and engineering which can't be found now, or not for student money at any rate.
If they'd kept upgrading it to take more messages and contacts...etc, I'd never need another phone.
long live this phone, i survived for 5 years with this phone, it started off with the case, then the case came off, and right after that so did the number pad, lol. it was until the screen got cracked that i had to move on ... hats off to nokia :)
Well, I'm going back to the basics...
Had this some years back and I just pulled it out again. The only problem is I will need a new battery of course (ebay) and the case has gotten old and the plastic in some places a little brittle (ebay again). After that, the only real issue is when I access the SIM phonebook and go backwards (move the up/down button up), it only goes from Z to X and arround in circles, the same names. Not that big a deal, and it might actually be the SIM's fault.
waahh. this phone is ssooo tough and firm.. i used my 5210 for more than 5 years until now. Only the battery and casing that i changed and this never open for service. Love it.
ang tibay nang celphone na to!lumagoy na nga sa dagat buhay parin.......etsussssssssss..