Written on: 27/04/2009
Owners of Nokia 8910 certainly know who is fool ;-))) I used tgis one for a year, now I own 8910i. It is may be one of the best designed phones like 8800, RAZR, Vertu Ascent. (read more)
Written on: 17/03/2003 by Mij.
This phone is garbage basically. The reason for this is that it is basically an 8210 with bluetooth which has been put into a fancy cover and then you are charged between £400 - £500 for it. HELLO WAKE UP U FOOLS, U ARE BEING CONNED. U can get an 8210 for about £60 now and then you can get that fancy cover as an xpress on for just £5.00. Come on people wake up and smell the bloody coffee U ARE BEING RIPPED OFF!!!!!!! (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2003 by RICHIE.
The phone is just to good for me. Its stylish and easy to use. They are also quick to send messages. (read more)
Written on: 18/02/2003 by Stephen Sadler.
Well, I'm a couple of months into owning my 'Black 8910' and it really has not put a foot wrong (do Nokia's ever!) Although the titanium case is incredibly strong, put the phone in your pocket with a couple of coins for a while and it will scratch, although I think this would only be a problem with the painted black model. In every day use the phone is faultless - signal handling is brilliant and the battery gets better with age! The only serious drawback with this phone, as mentioned by... (read more)
Written on: 29/12/2002 by Niro.
Expensive?...yes. Exclusive?...yes. Quality?...great. Features?...hmmm.
The Nokia 8910 mobile phone is clearly aimed at the professional or business-person. No gimmicks, simply a flagship business phone. I have had this phone for 4 months now, and still have my T68i too. I use the T68i when I go to America, and when I know that I shan't be able to charge the battery for a couple of days. The T68i is a great phone, and arguably the best overall on the market, but for sheer exclusivity and a... (read more)
Written on: 28/12/2002 by Mark Glammy.
I've moved up from an 8850, bit of a sideways move really because the 8910 is much the same. Although you will notice a much faster processor - texts open faster and the stupid snowboading game is not as jerky What really makes the difference is the titanium casing and bluetooth (if you need it) the sliding mech' seems much stronger than the 8850 cover. For its size the phone is heavy, I like this because you feel like you get more for your money! I've only used it for a couple of days, I... (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2002 by zoran.
I've have this phone one week and I'm so happy to have this fantastic phone. (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2002 by Derek Broadhurst.
When I first picked up this phone I noticed straight away that it had an air of great quality. No ill-fitting, fragile plastic casing here, a nice feel of real metal. One of the best features (maybe just for showing off) is the opening mechanism, which while covering ALL of the keys (not like the 8850) is used to start and end calls. The only bad points with this phone I have found is that in the dark, the numbers above the keys are not illuminated, so unless you know where the numbers are... (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2002 by noble.
MOBILE PHONE TYPES STILL THE BEST, SUCH AS 8310, 8330 (read more)
Written on: 16/11/2002 by Soon H Ting.
Very Good Design, Cool & Stylish!! The Automatic Cover. I like very much!! World masterpiece again by Nokia. The things I don't like are -no Colour Screen, No Composer, No Polyphonic Ringtones, Why is it so expensive without this features??? If Nokia 8910 have above features even more than $1000 I still want to buy it!!! This is why sometimes Nokia fans don't like it. The good pricing should have good features!!!! At last I still like this phones. (read more)
Written on: 14/10/2002 by Fubar.
Nokia's 8910 is a real stylish masterpiece. The titanium cover makes it quite heavy but it feels great. The sliding mechanism is impressive. I just hope it stays that way after a while (no problems so far). The reception is good, bluetooth works OK (with motorola headset) and the reception is good in all circumstances (battery-life: 5-6 days). The screen is not in colour but I don't think this is necessary (same with polyphonic ringtunes). It does have a nice grey light though. The keypad... (read more)
Written on: 07/09/2002 by Derek Broadhurst.
When I first picked up this phone I noticed straight away that it had an air of great quality. No ill-fitting, fragile plastic casing here, a nice feel of real metal. One of the best features (maybe just for showing off) is the opening mechanism, which while covering ALL of the keys (not like the 8850) is used to start and end calls. The only bad points with this phone I have found is that in the dark, the numbers above the keys are not illuminated, so unless you know where the numbers... (read more)
Written on: 30/08/2002 by Chris Dela Cruz.
I got my Nokia 8910 mobile phone last July because I thought that this cellphone would be one of Nokia's great fones, but it turned out that it's going to be a sad story. When the 7650 was released here in Manila around 3rd week of July, I immediately sold my 8910 and bought the 7650. No regrets so far with my new fone. 8910 will just blind you with its casing but not really with its features. (read more)
Written on: 30/06/2002 by Lee.
On the first look at the Nokia 8910 you can see a skinny mobile phone w/big 'shoulders'. Its clean titanium casing and spring loaded mechanism really catches the eye. I get tons of attention whenever I use it. The black one is cooler.
The keypad buttons are slim dims for most people.
It's not very useful in the dark 'cause the keypad is not backlighted.
You need to press open its cover to do basic things like accept/reject call, though I've not tested its voice commands yet.
The other... (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2002 by Kris.
Personally I thought that even though the Nokia 8910 mobile phone has not got a colour screen phone (like 7210) or neither does it have polyphonic ringtone, but it's still a premium phone... :-) If you can afford one then the functions are great! ENJOY! (read more)