this was the best and the most beautiful phone i have ever had (except n 8850). i wish such phones come back but with the features available/required today.
AnonD-24323, 01 Oct 2011 I have a problem with this phone..When i put the sim card and on it .. its switch on normally... moreMaybe something to do with the age of the phone and the fact that if you have a sim registered to the 3G/4G bandwidth which will pretty much render the phone almost obsolete as it's only 2G. Another factor is the battery which is pretty much going to be on it's last legs if you haven't invested in a replacement, similar to a car battery the old generation GSM phone batteries need replacing after so many years but make sure you get a compatible one. Once running, these classics will last you an absolute lifetime, may not have the bells and whistles of the modern day Iphones, Androids and Windows Phone 7s but the ease of use really is second to none and the form factor is one thing a lot of the new kids lack, portability.
My first phone....
Simply awesome at the time, smaller and better than anything. Its gathering dust in a draw somewhere now, I might dig it out and take a trip down memory lane some time :-)
i will use this 8210 forever,the most beautiful phone maked ever...
AnonD-24323, 01 Oct 2011 I have a problem with this phone..When i put the sim card and on it .. its switch on normally... moreTry to replace your battery! But after many years I think that's almost impossible to find a new one or even used one hahahaha. BTW it's a great phone, I used to have it for three years.
I have a problem with this phone..When i put the sim card and on it .. its switch on normally and after 5 mins it switch off automatically...Any solution for this q?
Anonymous, 27 Jul 2011the best android 2.3 phone with 8mp camera. i have it for 10 yearsthis comment deserves a lol and a Like button if it existed!
Moniur Rahhhman is a bad boy gangsta g who loves this phone but cant afford it so he best get looting the antique store!! :D
Nokia model I owned for the longest. I had this phone for almost 5 years as my main phone, and then it became my spare or backup phone. I must admit at the beginning I had it replaced 2 or 3 times but later found out it was because the fake Nokia car charger was blowing up the phone every 3 months, once I threw out the car charger the phone was the best ever. Such a great size able to fit easily in the pocket of tight jeans:)
This was the worst phone I ever had, it broke all the time, I had it in service more than I used it basically...
My favourite Nokia model. I remember reeeeeally wanting it when it came out (1999), but not being able to afford it (I was only 13 then), and finally, after a while, I could. Now, in 2011, I'm still using one (not the same one, okay), and I'm really satisfied with it. It does what is does well (phone), and otherwise no nonsense, and it's really tiny, which I like. Yeah, I'm looking at you, you smug Blackberry user :)
i have tried to visit this so called website but it is a false link that redirects me to www.helenwebbisatoadwhofingerscats.com and all that is displayed is a smelly ginger street moggie!!! i hate false advertising.
the best phone i ever used. simple, durable.. small but terrible.. wish that i can get nokia 8210 again..
This phone was to small for my big fingers and I key losing it in the corner of my pocket
Brilliant phone. Lost my iPhone yesterday. Got this one out of the attic... where it has been for many many years as I bought it when it first came out... Plugged it in, charged it up, new (3G) sim card in and it's working a treat. No problem at all. Still so impressed with the size. Love it.
I still have this phone.I love it because of its size and color.I still have this phone in my drawer.but now it not working as before.I love this phone very much because I talk first time with my ex-girl friend who loved by me more than my life and still loving...but i dont use it,cause when i touch the phone i still feel her.i miss her.....
Anonymous, 05 Feb 2011ah, the good old days.I agree with you, the old days were so cool with snake and sms text messaging tones and ring tones you could fiddle around with, when Nokia was at it's peak. As much as I like the current tech, it's much too fast for me to follow and too overcomplicated, all smartphones/mini computers today lack the identity that phones of the past had. I'm not pining for the old generation, but simplicity and individuality would be much appreciated in this ever crowded market.