imagine installing Fortnite on it...💥💀
Rickrolled, 29 Apr 2021My dad have this thingy, sadly it has crushed by a car.I still have
feysofit, 09 Jan 202119996 release year not 1998its released in 1996
My dad have this thingy, sadly it has crushed by a car.
19996 release year not 1998
The OS of the Nokia 9000(i) and Nokia 9110(i) is PEN/GEOS 3.0 with Datalight ROM-DOS
its too heavy this is the heaviest phone
AnonD-763990, 29 May 2018As first mobile in Nokia, it was enough good. But its weight is not good for carrying it. Also... moreIt's a 1998 smartphone, why would you expect to have a MP3 player, not even considering it has just a few Mb for use?! A single MP3 file would fill the entire memory, because of its lack in external storage.
As first mobile in Nokia, it was enough good. But its weight is not good for carrying it. Also, it does not support memory card. ... There are no mentions about mp3 and mp4 player. Does it support music player?
It was the first mobile phone in the world which was internet enabled. ... But on the specification it is not mentioned about its GPRS capability. You can find this answer in google search.
AnonD-635834, 07 May 2017See .. Nokia didn't have headphone jack even before iphone 7.. Damn apple is copying :v But HTC has been copying Apple by not including a headphone jack on their recent phones.
See .. Nokia didn't have headphone jack even before iphone 7.. Damn apple is copying :v
My 1st Communicator phone as Am a Nokia Communicator phone user and whenever Nokia released new communicator phones I always buy and used one
i used it at Iraq i am photoreporter
AnonD-36857, 05 Jan 2012Hi Matt, was looking for a charger for My Nokia 9000 communicator, do you still have one or do... moreif you loose the battery or the charge dont work for Communicator 9000/9000i you can use this circuit here to power on the device http://shaddack.twibright.com/projects/hw_nokiabat/
(use the circuit without the 2 diodes and without the capacitor) connect 5 volts to the circuit input and connect circuit's output to the device's battery pins
you can find phone's - volt pin with a buzzer connected on the first left pin and phone's chasis, the + volt pin is the last opposite pin... - and + are the two edge pins (find the BID-BSI pins according on the circuit shematics)
my first handphone....full of memories
hefty as a tablet computer