My best 20th century cellphone, you can keep it in locker for half a week and the battery still working for standby full of day! even duo Ericsson outdoor series cant beat that
This was my first phone. I am sorry to say, I found this set in a taxi, and did't return this to the owner, that much I loved this set. Sorry. I should had made this confession.
I never forget this phone.
My dad gift me this on my birthday and I really happy with this.
I still remember that i pay Rs.24 for outgoing and Rs.8 for incoming.
That was best toy for me in that time and now my baby playing with this. I think now its best for her!!!!
WOW! My first ever cellphone! I remember when i broke it in a 2000 new years eve, its kinda sad huh :(
I've got it today ...
@ black bridge street near mitra keluarga hospital, Jakarta.
there's another 'beast' such as r 310 s,r 250 s pro, nokia bananas,n many more ...
This is my second cell phone, my first cell phone is the S4Power.
This S10 is a handsome phone in it's days, first to use color graphics, very reliable batrey life I could go almost aweek without ever charging while still maintain normal conversations...
absolutely a memorable phone... and the push record button is very2 usefull...
It was my mother's old mobile phone, back in 2001. It is quite funny to see the 3 colors in such an old mobile. But I had harldy to mention it has NO clock. Nevertheless I think it was a quite good mobile phone at its time, but the small inbox was annoying!!
well, i need information about the shop that provide battery for my S10. i live in Central Java. I've been looking for this battery in Jogja but i didn't find it. the siemens authorized counter on Jl. Gejayan said that the battery was no longer produced. is that true? should i throw away my S10 then?
I have got a disabled phone due to a wrong phonecode. Why should I had to pay R75.00 for a new phonecode while as I still had the old phonecode?
Im not goin' to share the opinion, I just want to know where can I buy battery s10?
Im from Bali-Indonesia..
I need this battery ... could u please send to me this information ?
This was my second GSM phone, it was billed as the first (or one of the first) GSM phone with a color LCD. The LCD was small and low resolution, the colors were washed out (you had blueish, greenish and redish) and it either ghosted vertically or was washed out because the contrast setting was so weak. The phonebook had an option to assign a color to an entry - like a call group but without actually sorting into groups. The voice memo button was always in the way and could only record one message.