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Nokia 9210 review

 Review: April 2003  
 

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In a nutshell: A heavy-duty mobile communications device.

 

The Nokia 9210 Communicator is the updated version of the Nokia 9110. The 9210 is marketed as a mobile communications device, incorporating a mobile phone, email and PC office applications. Boasting a large keyboard, Microsoft Office applications and a large colour display, it's certainly an impressive piece of kit. Now replaced by the Nokia 9210i.

Nokia 9210 features include:

  • WAP / WWW
  • 4096 colour screen
  • Email, SMS, Fax
  • Word-processor, spreadsheet & presentation viewer
  • Multimedia (video) display
  • Contacts
  • Calendar
  • Calculator, Clock, Games, Recorder
  • Size: 158 x 56 x 27 mm
  • Weight: 244g
  • Battery standby: 80 - 230 hours
  • Battery talktime: 4 - 10 hours
  • Dual band

Nokia 9210 user reviews

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Reviewed by collins ochieng from Kenya on 15th Oct 2013
its on the furthest good. i love it buh some1 advice on how 2 install internet settings pliz
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Reviewed by luke from uk on 3rd Feb 2011
it is gd
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Reviewed by eslam from egypt on 25th Oct 2009
are a good mobile
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Reviewed by Tri Yulianto from Indonesia on 26th Jul 2008
Excellent,But Must have time to Loading Phone
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Reviewed by Hussain from Pakistan on 5th Dec 2006
good!! but really a prob. the sfotware is 2 old n vdo treaming is tooo in low quality and not a gud vdo converter it doedt't convert vdo in a gud quality...
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Reviewed by pravarsh from india on 7th Oct 2006
i use this phone from last 11 months, i m lovin it,no 1 can beat this phone, i have some problem neone solve it, i wnat mp3 player for that , if u ahve pls send me the link on pravarsh@gmail.com
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Reviewed by santosh adhav from United kingdom on 21st Sep 2006
this phone was realy nice specialy for its durability and easy to use.
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Reviewed by Alex Hazlett from Northern Ireland on 14th May 2006
I have a 9210 for several years and I found the phone to be of the best mobile phones that Nokia brought out to the market I have sold the phone and I am a sorry person that I did so far again I am in aprocessing of buying another one but this time an 9210i they are best phone going at the present time there is no mobile phone to beat 9210's
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Reviewed by Sunil Rawat from India on 10th Jan 2006
OutStanding phones great features & User friendly ....overall great exp on this phone
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Reviewed by Raymond Cash from Hong Kong on 22nd Aug 2005
This is a great phone very Good...........Good...........Good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Reviewed by Sukumar from Indian on 21st Jun 2005
Hai It is a super Mobile
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Reviewed by Lauren from USA on 25th Apr 2005
Amazing, it works well, is easy to use, and does so many things. I am very glad to have found this amazing device which helps me do so many things!
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Reviewed by Sheik from Malaysia on 18th Apr 2005
Software is the absolute issue: it hangs when you needed the most. After using it for a little more than 2 years, I got tired of it. Waited for its replacement, Nokia 9500. But it took SO LONG for Nokia to replace it, i had no choice but went for an O2 xda2. There you go Nokia! Don't sleep on it for too long. You always replace other models so fast, but with communicator, you took your time and let your loyal customers to go elsewhere.
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Reviewed by Graham from UK on 10th Oct 2004
This is a large phone. However I travel heavily and this phone allows me to do my email, run various apps that are important and be a pretty good contacts database. The screen is great for reading books, which works really well. The 9500 which I've seen certainly improves on the cons of this phone, weight, thickness, Bluetooth, wifi and tri-band. If I didn't travel so much I'd go for a smaller phone but the 9210 is a pretty good phone.
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Reviewed by Abbeyo from England on 27th Jun 2004
Nokia was producing a series of good phones but then broke it by introducing a DISASTER......Nokia 9210: .Too bulky .Too big .Too heavy .No good applications .Nothing fancy .Not very attractive ...... and so the list goes on ..... DONT BUY THIS NOKIA DISASTER, IT HAS PUT NOKIA TO SHAME!!!!
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Reviewed by Nishanth from India on 26th May 2004
I think this is by far the best cellphone but only thing it lascks is FM, Blue tooth, Tri-band and built-in Digital camera. Also change the external appearance it can have a small colour screen outside and try to put a much faster processor.
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Reviewed by Jagadish Kumar from India on 21st May 2004
I had bought this in the UK.Now I'm using in India.I have a serious problem with the reception.Some times even the entire signal is disappearing and absolutely I won't be in a position to use the phone.Rest of the features in ok. I tried to correct this reception problem s times at Nokia care chennai.But almost crazy ,they had it for a long time and once they delivered it went into the same problem.The next time they did it free of cost and again it got into same trouble.I don't understand who to cry.!!I was thinking why I spent for this if Nokia doesn't correct your problem.I sincerely feel Nokia lacks in service and solving problems.Nokia is a great design and marketing company but not a service oriented company.Also the screen is very sensitive!!it breaks even if the phone falls down with the big case. Will anyone help me out to make this phone back to life. Please mail at jagadish@sfa.co.in
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Reviewed by from UK on 19th Apr 2004
Another excellent edition to the Nokia family, but this time in a different syle. The name: 'Communicator' speaks for itself, and the Microsoft Applications work very well. Ideal for those who travel and work in the world of business. Don't be put off by the boring cover design - a superb phone! Well done Nokia!
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Reviewed by Mark from australia on 24th Mar 2004
Too Big!!! Great phone though But where do you put it???? I dont have pockets big enuff
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Reviewed by Shaun from UK on 21st Dec 2003
Outstanding phone. Most of the detractors probably do not ned the features of the 9210. It is larger than a phone but includes full keyboard with wide screen and more applications than any competitor. Where else can you send/receive a fax on the train, send and receive email, including attachments, have full internet access and a decent outlook sync diary with full month view to include the days activity? I gave had every one of the communicators from the original 9110, 9110i, 9210 and have the most recent 9210i. Only disappointment is the lack of bluetooth, this really would be useful for sync and to deal with UK car phone laws. If you need a tool for work, buy this - if you want a toy, buy the P800. I have a P800 that I was told would do all the 9210i did + bluetooth. Gave it to my kids to play with, they liked the 'draw in colour' feature. mail shaun@themotor.co.uk if you are in any doubt!
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Reviewed by mark from uk on 17th Dec 2003
too expensive !
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Reviewed by ved from england on 16th Dec 2003
fakhar and tim don't have any idea what the 9210 is about they might as well not bother
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Reviewed by Tim Chisholm from United Kingdom on 18th Nov 2003
THIS PHONE IS TOO BIG AND BULKY, I CAN NOW SAY I HAVE CARRIED A TELEPHONE BOOTH IN MY POCKET. IT WEIGHS AS MUCH AS A CATHEDRAL, AND I CANT TAKE IT TO WORK BECAUSE I WEIGH 70KG AND THE PHONE WEIGHS 950KG, SO I CANT USE THE LIFTS OR ESCALATORS, LAST TIME I USED THE ESCALATORS, THEY BUCKLED UNDER THE SHEER PRESSURE FROM THE PHONE, AND WHEN I LAST USED THE LIFTS, THE SUPPORTIG BEAMS COLLAPSED, TRAPPING ME! IT BROKE THE SCALES WHEN NOKIA TRIED TO WEIGH IT, SO NO-ONE REALLY KNOWS HOW MUCH IT WEIGHS, I TRIED TO WEIGH IT ON SPECIAL SCALES, THAT THEY USE FOR WEIGHING ELEPHANTS, BUT THE DIGITS WOULDN'T GO THAT HIGH. IF ANY ONE HAS ANY COMMENTS ABOUT THIS REVIEW, KEEP THEM TO YOURSELF.
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Reviewed by foxrip from uk on 1st Nov 2003
perfect phone
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Reviewed by Jun Q from Philippines on 29th Sep 2003
I think this is by far the best cellphone I have ever laid my hands on. But it can be better: Make it tri-band, make it thinner, put faster processor on it and please put blue tooth hands free headset as an option for it, and you'd have the best fone in the industry. I would not hesitate to invest a huge sum for it and Im sure a horde of followers would do the same...
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Reviewed by Jeff Reyes from Philippines on 5th Sep 2003
No phone as of the moment could beat the Communicator. Full of applications, games plus the Microsoft like apps. It may be bulky but it can come in handy on places you least expected.
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Reviewed by seam hong from japan on 1st Sep 2003
its too bulky
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Reviewed by gadget guy from uk on 31st Aug 2003
the 9210 is a fantastic phone but sadly it lacks of battery life and is like carrying a brick round with you. having a built in lap top is fantastic but it lacks features. the phone is absouloutly HUGE and costs loads. if i wanted a laptop and a mobile phone i would buy a laptop computer that actually does something and a decent phone like the samsung t100. it would be much more worth the money. the 9210 is handy though when you are on the train or bus or something because you dont have to carry a big laptop when you can take a smaller thing like the 9210. is handy for word processing and reminders but i would find it much easier to just type a text in a mobile phone and save it in my messages rather than do full word processing. keys on keyboard are to close together and typing is hard. well done nokia but sad battery life, features, and keys. i have now given up on the 9210 and got a samsung a800. absouloutly fabulous and much more worth the money.
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Reviewed by Nandish from india on 30th Aug 2003
i m just 18 yrs old..n i m in d mobile industry..i have used all the phones..but nothin to beat a nokia9210 communicator..itz got d best features and ur desktop in your pocket anytime,anywhere..full points to did excellent phone from nokia
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Reviewed by Fakhar Abbas Bosan from Pakistan on 11th Jun 2003
sir ,i bought two of them but alas i had lost all the data in it because it automatically shuts down or software burns out not one time it happened to me 2 times on my 2 sets , other wise this set is marvalious if nokia get these problem's out. and there is no good marketing of nokia or samsung in pakistan . nokia gives camera with the set but authorise company i.e chimera hewre dont give it with set they sell it with out the sets .
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Reviewed by Drayzer from Netherlands on 3rd Jun 2003
Nice phone but a little expensive.. furder is it all good but..... not suiteble for old people... that was it...
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Reviewed by - from - on 19th Apr 2003
Another excellent edition to the Nokia family, but this time in a different syle. The name: 'Communicator' speaks for itself, and the Microsoft Applications work very well. Ideal for those who travel and work in the world of business. Don't be put off by the boring cover design - a superb phone! Well done Nokia!
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