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Well what can I say about this one then - well I give it a bg 9/10! Me and this phone have been so close :) I have been throught thick and thin with this little beauty, it has saved my life when I was stranded in the middle of the M5, and starnded on Snowdon, its also always been there when my fianceé rings. The battery life is great - getting a massive 4/5 days sometimes, and the signal (On Orange in Lancashire) has never dropped below 2 bars- a very unusual commodity for Nokia's in my experience! The thing that really surprises me is that even though my handset has been: Dropped in on of my Famous burn throat Curries Dropped down 4 flights of stairs AND Dropped in a 20Gal barrel of Oilbased coolant It is STILL going strong, with no problems! The added IR port on the top is wonderful too - this phone even lets me change the channel on my TV if I loose the TV remote!Now how many handsets can do that? The IR port also allows syncronisation with my PC - a very handy thing as without the information on that I am totally lost! Added features? Well it was the first phone I saw that allowed custom Ring Tones - only one and there is NO COMPOSER - but thats not a problem! Definatly a phone for life - I have had miine 3 years and nothing has ever gone wrong - a great buy at the time! And a note for those in Business - this one looks WAY more professional than the phones most Kiddies are carrying nowadays!
I shall we say ‘came across’ my Nokia 6110 after my friend’s dad got an upgrade. The main functions of the phone are: - Phone book – used to store names either on the Sim card, or on the actual phone!! Also has a feature which lets you put people in to ‘caller groups’ i.e. work, friends etc. Each group has its own personal ring tone, and graphic, that flashes up when a person from that particular group calls along with the name of the group - Messages – used to read, send, or save SMS messages - Call register – Used to view missed calls, received calls, Call durations, and call costs. - Profiles – This feature lets you personalise the different settings you want for your phone, and save them. (I.e. ‘work’ – you could have a certain ring tone, message alert tone, volume, and display name on the front of the phone “work”) - Settings – Lets you change the various call settings, phone settings, security settings etc. - Call diverts – where you set your different divert settings (i.e. divert when not answered after 5 rings) - Games – features such games as memory logic, and 2 PLAYER SNAKE (through the infrared portal) - Calculator – normal calculator features, plus conversion features, for currency. - Infrared – lets you do such things as print messages and phone numbers via the inferred portal, play 2 player snake etc. - Calendar – very useful feature that lets you sets alarms for different things. I couldn’t personally get anything done without this!! I put in all the times that I have to work, and basically plan my whole life round this calendar!! I wonder what would happen if it broke!! Which leads on nicely to my next point, that fact that I have had this phone now for almost 2 years now, and not 1 think had ever gone wrong with it, I
8217;ve dropped it down the stairs (by mistake of course) even dropped it in water!! (Which I don’t suggest you try) and after a drying out spell in the airing cupboard, it was as right as rain!!!! All in all I think this is a great phone, and would recommend it to anyone!! And although it has been replaced by newer versions, I still think that this is my favourite phone of all time!!!
I have had a Nokia 6110 for almost two years now. I must admit though that recently I have not been using it due to my acquisition of a Nokia 8250. Up until the oppourtunity came along to get an 8250 I had tried various other new phones but always reverted to the 6110. i have had a 3210, 6210 and a Motorola Wings and none came near. The best feature of the phone is the simplicity of use even compared to other Nokias. The green and red phone buttons are great allowing you to call up your last 10 dialled numbers at the touch of a button and the ability to then ring any of those numbers with a press of the same button. Then there are the caller groups which allow you to assign different ringtones and graphics for different. This helps you to know who is ringing before you take the phone out of your pocket ie Family, Friends, business, Girlfriend(!). The battery has an amazingly long life compared to most other phones. I managed to run the motorola battery dead from fully chargede in 3 hours. The Nokia has never lasted me less than 24 hours. The 6110 was also the first Nokia to be able to accept ringtones, graphics and new caller group graphics. The only fault with the phone is the protruding ariel and it is larger than almost all others on the market. The phone has now been withdrawn production but there are still quite a few knocking about. An even better phone is the 6110's older brother the 6150e this is exactly the same but is dual band.
Nokia have a habit of making really good phones, and for ages they didn't come any better than this. When I got mine two years ago it was the bees knees - alongside it's cheaper brother the 5110, this was the phone to get. Small, light and feature packed... however, times change. Now? Things have moved on. It's not the smallest phone any more, but don't let that put you off. The phone is robust - trust me, I've dropped it more times that I care to remember- and It keeps going. The games are good for a laugh - Snakes is just sooo addictive... The diary function, although basic, is useful to store reminders if you're not get a Palm person. As with many phones now, the ring tone can be uploaded, but so can the Graphics, so instead of CELLNET I have loads of alien faces. The case is a nice blue/green sheen. It's a pity the xpress on covers aren't available for this phone. It's not too thick - about 1/2 inch with the normal battery - although if you use the extended life batter it gets pretty heavy. Quality wise it's fine. I can't tell any difference between this and some newer phones. If you can pick up the phone cheap, I'd say go for it - I think it's still better than the newer 3210, and certainly an improvement over the 5110. If you're after top of the range though - go for the 6210, half the depth.
The Nokia 6110 is everything you’ll ever want in a phone. It’s got a good range off accessories and add ons. Size The weight is only 137g, which is quite light for a phone of this size. Display It has a 5-line display, which is all you’ll ever need so you’ll be able to read text messages quickly. It has a battery indicator and a 4 bar signal indicator. You can change the font from large to small so if you want to be able to see more on the screen you can change it to small. If the font is hard to read you can change it to large. Keypad The keypad illuminates so if you are out in the dark or if there is a blackout you can still see your phone. You can lock the keys so if it’s in your pocket you won’t knock the buttons. Memory You can store up to 50 phone numbers on the phone but if your SIM card is capable it can hold up to 250. The phone will keep the 10 last dialled numbers. The 10 missed calls and the 10 received calls for you. So if you want to know who has phoned you when you were asleep then you can. SMS SMS means short messaging service this will let you send short messages to all your friends mobile phones. You can request delivery reports, which means it sends you a message when the person you sent a message to receives it. Security Options You can bar peoples phone numbers if they are getting on your nerves or even if you just don’t want them to phone you. If you are the owner of the phone and you let someone else use it you can put a limit on the call cost. This phone is good but not as good as some of the phones on the market because it doesn’t have ring tones that you can change. This is a good phone to but if I were looking for a mobile I would go for one like the 3310.
The 6110 is the first mobile phone to come with built-in electronic games, and the researcher thought 'your kids' would stop spending their school dinner money on Alco pops and fags and blow it on a mobile phone instead. Not a chance. You see, although the phone has three games, they're so basic any kid who spent this kind of cash (up to £120 with a network service agreement, £350 for a replacement phone) just for a bit of electronic jiggery-pokery would have to be so stupid as to be barely organic, let alone human. The Snake game, for example, has a tiny, one-pixel-wide serpent, which you have to steer towards his food before he hits the wall. It'll tax motorway-clogging sales reps sure, but kids'll be bored in an instant. Anyway, there's a whole lot more to this Nokia phone than a few poxy little games. The 6110 is lovely to look at, for starters - the fascia boasts a chameleon effect, which makes it change colour, from blue to green to purple, when you wiggle it around under the light. And there aren't many things you can do that with. It's also pretty tiny, measuring just 130x47x28mm - though it's not as small as either the Ericsson GF768 or the Philips Genie, which have the added advantage of being lighter, too. But the extra weight and girth - we're talking grammes and millimetres - is a small price to pay for the extra functionality the 6110 gives you. It also makes the phone feel more substantial, a feeling which is reinforced by Nokia's use of high quality plastics. The Nokia's also wonderfully easy to use. The buttons aren't huge, but are spaced far enough apart to make dialling easy, while separate menu buttons and a large, five-line screen make accessing and reading the various menus simple. What separates the 6110 from the majority of its peers is the sheer number of functions on offer - check out selected highlights in the Menu Masters panel. Of these, the Calendar
and Profiles gizmos are the most useful. Calendar enables you to schedule important appointments and attach alarms to them, while Profiles enables you to allocate different ring tones and icons to the contacts stored in your address book. Which is great if your mum likes to phone in the middle of business meetings and drivel on about that collection of kecks living (quite literally) under your bed. There's even a Do Not Disturb function, which only lets the most important calls through - so when the phone rings, you can answer in the certain knowledge it's the MD and not your mum again. On the road, the 6110 performs with quiet aplomb. It accompanied us on various press trips around the country by train and by car, and never let us down once. Speech quality was exemplary, almost as good as a land-line call, although the phone did suffer from spasmodic bursts of digital drop-out in weak signal areas, but then that's something that plagues all GSM phones to a greater or lesser degree. In fact, the biggest problem you're likely to face is when someone calls from a domestic cordless phone, because the crackles, pops and erratic signal changes that ruin your conversation are going to be coming from them. If there's anything bad about this phone, it's this: GSM mobiles are getting so loaded down with features these days, you wonder how many of them are actually going to be used on a regular basis. A simpler, cheaper but equally sexy version would be just as good - but it'd be a lot less to fun to own.
The nokia 6110, a phone which is now in limited numbers due to its production being stopped, is becoming outdated a little, although its still in the times with its infra red and fax capabilities. This phone looks quite smart and would suit the new business man, who hasn’t got the budget for a top end phone. This phone has the capabilities for ringtones, oporator logos and connecting to computers with nokia’s data suite. It has now been overtaken by the 6210 wap phone which is its superior in many ways and I would only recommend buying this phone second hand if it is the only thing you can afford as there are many better phones.
Style,durability is the best merit of 6110. The structure is suitable,u'll feel soft while hand it. Large capacity of phone-book is necessary to me,but it's too small,only 50 pieces of that. even the appearance isn't the fashion,but i like it very much. And for it's material is durabilty so it can use over 2-3 years. I had drop it to the floor sometime,but it dose not matter. i like it very much even through it's old now. even the appearance isn't the fashion,but i like it very much. And for it's material is durabilty so it can use over 2-3 years. I had drop it to the floor sometime,but it dose not matter. Large capacity of phone-book is necessary to me,but it's too small,only 50 pieces of that. even the appearance isn't the fashion,but i like it very much.
The Nokia 6110 is a great phone. It has Nokia's excellent features, but with one extra one. It's cover changes cover in different lights. In darker lights, it appears green, whereas in light places it appears blue. It has the standard Nokia software, and a great infrared feature. It can be used with a laptop or a palmtop to surf the internet when not connected to a base unit. It is a phone designed as a business phone, and does the job well. Some might say that it quite an out-dated phone because it is quite big, but i find that the lightness of it makes up for it. I have my 6110 for nearly a year now, and it has been dropped many times, but it has never needed to be repaired or serviced. Top quality phone and still selling strong.
Well I had this phone for 12 months now and it’s time for a change. It’s done all that was asked of it but I must say the battery life has dropped off considerably over the year. You have 20 or so ringing tones to choose from, three games of skill to will away the minutes and places for 100 numbers. The phones is small for the time and weighs in at around 200grams. The signal has always be good and sound quality up there what you expect of a Nokia. Why I am changing you as? well, I been offered a Tri band Motorola at a knock down price and why not!
I owned my Nokia 6110 for nearly two years, up until very recently. I found it to be a dependable phone, rugged, well constructed, with a well thought out overall design. The signal strength was very good - much better than my previous phone (a Mitsubishi MT20), the audio quality was also top notch - and (so I'm told) the microphone & transmission quality was also very good indeed. The construction of the phone was sturdy and strong, with good looks to boot - it survived several trips out of my pocket onto hard floors, including a carpark, with barely a scratch - and certainly no detriment to its operation. The phone was easy to use at its basic level, with a well thought out menu structure for the more complicated functions. All in all - a highly recommended product.
A good little phone. But aren't they all these days. Battery life is good, functionality is good and durability is good. (Except for the optional belt click that I keep breaking). It just works well and I've only minor complaints. I use my phone for SMS most of the time. So the key pad takes a beating each and every day. It's done well. I've also got the car kit and that is good too. My only niggle is that I love the custom ring tone and I can only store one at a time. I'd like more. I know, a more expensive model will do it.
Nokia6110 is one model that i prefer.Size is ok,not too big.and Weight is ok.But u know their capicity is very good it have everything inside this model 1)infrared 2)very long battery(standby 126 hours) 3)game and a lot of rings signal. 4)SMS and graphic loading(also ring loading) i think it enough for daily live .It suitable both business man or teenager .And it very strong i droped it but u know it still the same but becareful not waterproove!!! and u know this model is the first body of Nokia that make from Magnesium material so it more stronger and more beautiful .So let go to check it out !!(I mean now GO GO!!)
I have only owned Nokia phones, and out of the 3 I own, this has to be my most favourite. It has many features that are incorporated in the newer models, bar the composer, and a few other functions. The phone itself I found to be very classy, and I managed to get around 2 and a half intensive years use out of it, before it finally knackered out. It has an IR port, it can receive one phone tune, it has a calendar, alarm, a beautiful exterior, and my most fave- Profiles. If it wasn't damaged as it is now, I would still be using it, as the features are more than enough for the average user. I think that u should be well chuffed, if you had the chance to own this phone, as it is excellent. It's a shame that now mine has been laid to rest.
Standard issue for many general business users, the Nokia 6110 is a competent phone which carries all of Nokia's trademark values, but is nonetheless nothing special. Rugged, slightly more compact than their low-end consumer 5110/ 5146 and lighter too, the 6110 offers all the obvious features in a menu system which is generally easy to navigate. The Navikey found in the 5110/ 5146 does, however, make for faster access to commonly used features. Talk time remains resonable even after much abuse of the battery. For users with chunky fingers, the unnecessarily small buttons will prove a problem, it's all too easy to press the wrong key or 2 at once. The travel is too short too. Overall, a safe choice, but nothing inspiring either