I really like this phone. this phone was given to me by my teacher because he hates to use this when he is driving. The thing that I love in this phone was its uniqueness. my classmates often call my 5510 a "remote control". and I no longer see this phone anywhere.
The thing that I hate about this phone is its bulkyness. and when I drive, it's hard for me to use this phone. :D
During its time, it quite amazing. Imagine, in 2001, what phone can be compared to 5110...
And my classmates were amazed on this phone because at the back, it has a 3330. It has a radio and mp3 player.
Overall, features (10/10). design(6/10). features(10/10 also) :D
The worst phone I ever had. Thick, heavy, terrible buttons, used to freeze every few days.. got rid of it quickly and went for Samsung C100 - much better choice!
I wish nokia will release a reincarnation of 5510, QWERTY music phone with 3.5mm audio jack, Gigabyte of internal memory plus expandable slot & mini USB port just like the 5510 has.
it's a great phone, i use this as a stopper of my car's tire, 'coz my e-brake is broken, ha ha!
THis is a great phone. MP3 and FM radio in a mobile phone. Here in the Philippines its a headturner because of its model. I had this phone for almost 3 years (2002-2005).
this was a real piece of art.but i have to say that nokia made a wrong choice in terms of built-in memory.64 mb?not good,not good.with all theese music features?too bad for nokia.thei could've released a best seller.
Wow that was such a great phone.
Mp3 and FM, one of the very first one to support this. You could also record the fm and if you had a jack you could record any source as well.
I loved it, but the number placed like pc-keyboard are really a pain to use.
Anonymous, 22 Dec 2008By Cable... i use to have one a long time ago :)Use what cable? Where can buy it? Is it rare?
This mobile phone absolutely rocked in due time.
I was using it for almost three years and bought a new one only because after maybe 10 times I dropped this Nokia on the floor some of its plastic broke and it started looking bad.
Alas, its 64MB memory could only be used for storing music thus you couldn't use that memory for transferring documents, neither you could use stored mp3 files as ring tones.
How to transfer the music if there's no any infrared or bluetooth in this phone??
hey!!!guyz howz u??
ma prob z that m usin dis phone for last 6 months.nd i dnt khow .tht how can i play da recorded songs through radio on ma pc.can plz plzz plzz smbody tell me hw can i play da RWL. format on ma PC.which player does support dis format.plzzz m w8!n........
gl0dny, 21 Oct 2008I still have it and use it in my old car with a casette-adapter... My favourite one, with full... moregl0dny... i bought the 5510 from my country Lebanon 6 months ago and it was coincidence..
I still have it and use it in my old car with a casette-adapter... My favourite one, with full qwerty keyboard. All these years without any problems...
@rawad: Could You tell me where You bought brand new 5510?
I still have and using this phone (for a 3rd sim like home phone). great phone for his time. Stereo FM and MP3. full QWERTY.
great phone. great battery life. I still love IT.
actual N81 8GB user future E66 or E90.
This was an amazing phone. The first phone I ever used. It was much advanced compared to its time. Will always love it.
How do you have monographic ringtones and an mp3 player? it doesnt make sense