Written on: 29/06/2000 by Amar.
Packed with stuff like a Browser, E-mail client, Telnet,
SMS, Notes, Calender, Contacts with pictures, sound recording,
sync with PC through cable or Infrared. The best function is
mail. Even if it only supports 9,600 at the moment.
1) Problems with SIM card ( classic Nokia feature), 2) The phones
shuts off now and then - like during a call, or when someone
calls you. Or just when it feels like it. 3) The OS is instable.
It re-boots now and then. Often that causes the phone to
I have had the phone for 9 months now. At start it worked
perfectly. But after a while the problems started - as
described under "Bad Points". One day the HD crashed and
it was sent to the shop. I got it back and it worked for
about 2 weeks. Then the problems started again. It looks
like it is to complicated for Nokia to create a phone with
all these features - and get it working.
Btw, you can check wich release of OS you have by typing
Someone claims that a guy in Finland has ported Linux to
the 9110. Also that WAP support will provided to the 9110
in late fall. Both for new and present ones.