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★★★★☆

“Everyone knows the memory probs on the Nokia 9210...”

Written on: 29/07/2002 by Bristolspirit@aol.com. (1 review written)

Good Points
Its hand free function, its standard features (such as a convertor to use with a computer to convert music videos into a format to play on phone), word, Becoming the fastest text messager in the area, includes fast wap access, 3rd party programs there seem to be soo many from the handy Zip manager and PDF reader to games with full color and grapics. Many upgrades available, for example sms operator, logo editors. Have good image quality photos using standard software using a digital camera using infrared link.
There are many things which, when you find out more, you will want to download.

Bad Points
They brought it out about a year ago and it had many firmware/software bugs in it. nearly all have been fixed with various versions now up to 4.13. Don't expect anymore versions now the 9210i is going to be introduced. The nokia still has some bugs - the Log in firmware records everything and you will need to clear this on a regular basis to keep the programs running fast or else everything slows down.

General Comments
Everyone knows the memory probs on the Nokia 9210 mobile phone however with work these can be overcome, for example by compressing files, storing data and installing programs on MMC. If you're serious about using this for work, as I am, buy a 64Mb MMC or if your budget allows the 128MB one. You can then use this as your main memory drive and keep the phone memory clear for accessing large files and of course running graphic rich programmes like Dragonfire and Rayman!

I wouldn't buy the next version as there is no REAL difference - instead i would keep this one 1. Yes i know that the memory's bigger... but woopie! The 9210, so long as you manage it correctly, is fine. Furthermore, i am aware that the internet access is improved with better java etc but this also can be imporved upon on the 9210. I mainly now use internet access for downloading mail direct to phone and sending mail using the phones personal email address. There are still sites such as AOL that won't accept access using the 9210 however this can be achieved anyway using WAP.

Any questions and help from an actual user not a seller then email me at bristolspirit@aol.com