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    Weird Nokias no ones ever heard of: Model # 402, 702, 6150e, 8110i, 2110,

    What the hell are these phones? I saw them on a site. If anyone has info on them, post back.

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    I know the Nokia 8110i and 2110, I even have the Nokia 8110i
    Nokia 8110i

    Nokia 2110


    It can be seen at http://www.europeanmobiles.com/catal...d.asp?id=nokia

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    The 8110i looks like the phone in the Matrix

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    Re: Weird Nokias no ones ever heard of: Model # 402, 702, 6150e, 8110i, 2110,

    Originally posted by mrthaiguy
    What the hell are these phones? I saw them on a site. If anyone has info on them, post back.

    6510e
    i had one of these awhile back, the 1st dualband phone from nokia. They had one in blue and another in red.

    me

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    Re: Weird Nokias no ones ever heard of: Model # 402, 702, 6150e, 8110i, 2110,

    Originally posted by mrthaiguy
    What the hell are these phones? I saw them on a site. If anyone has info on them, post back.

    6510e
    I've had 2110 as my first phone. It is THE PHONE behind Nokia succeed. First with two soft-keys, friendly Nokia menu system, acceptable size (at that time), and easy SMS.

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    Originally posted by Matrix
    The 8110i looks like the phone in the Matrix
    Cause it is the phone from the Matrix The 2110 is the same as 2160 & 2190 available here in NA The 6150 looks the same as the 61xx series all around
    These are my thoughts...Not yours

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    Hell yeah I had a 2160 with a carbon fiber faceplate. Coolest thing around...in 1997!

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    Accordin to http://www.secondhandmobile.co.uk/
    Nokia 402

    Nokia 502

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    that 402 looks like a 5190 and the other looks like a 8110.lol
    ///epic408

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    Well I guess that answers the question of this thread...We have all heard of these phones Well at least in some way or another

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    I think The Nokia 402 & 502 are Orange phones, maybe a little bit different than Nokia 5110 and 8110, like Motorola T280 and p280 (VoiceStream)

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    Re: Re: Weird Nokias no ones ever heard of: Model # 402, 702, 6150e, 8110i, 2110,

    Originally posted by traktori


    I've had 2110 as my first phone. It is THE PHONE behind Nokia succeed. First with two soft-keys, friendly Nokia menu system, acceptable size (at that time), and easy SMS.
    I think 6110 was the phone behind Nokia success. Never had 2110 because of the
    large size (I didn't find it acceptable at that time, especially copmared to
    Ericsson 337 or Siemens S4, the one I had). I think all these phones (2110, 337
    and s4) were introduced around 1994-1995.

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    Siemens S4 Power was the best of all siemens phone, really LONG battery life and TOUGH phone and great RF too!

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    The Nokia 51xx series was the most popular in Canada. Then when the 61xx launched ppl started buying more Nokias than Motorola

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    Originally posted by Accord_Type_R
    The Nokia 51xx series was the most popular in Canada. Then when the 61xx launched ppl started buying more Nokias than Motorola
    yup, my dad's still has the 6160.. awesome fone! after 3 yearz... wait.. make that 4.. ehehe
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