Summary: I like this Nokia phone very much. Its shiny design is very eye-attractive. People will love it from the first look. Though, Its features are not good compare to nowaday's smartphone. Nevertheless, this is a good phone to put into my phone colletion.
Excerpt: A year ago when the nokia 8810 first came out people were lost for words at how technology had really changed. Being the first in a series of small phones, the 8810 had altered the production of phones to be! With its small size and stylish look this phone was one to have.
Excerpt: This telephone in a 1998 has appeared in Finland. Nokia has manufactured, as then it seemed, most perspective model. Let's see: dimensions are 107*46*18 mm, weight is only 98 g (with the lithium battery). And today at all much for a device having a huge amount of possibilities.
Excerpt: This phone is excellent. Nokia really stand by their name and produce some top class phones. Although it has the slight problem of talk time and standby, it makes up for it with both appearance and features.
Excerpt: The 8810 is certainly one of the more upper class phones. Sort of a Matrix brought to Matrix size. The mobile itself has many of the normal Nokia features text messages, phone book and the rest.
Excerpt: The 8810 is certainly one of the more stylish phones on the market. But, all good things come at a cost (not just money).... Well the price varies according to your tariff and contract but there really isn't a lot in it.
Excerpt: The Nokia 8810 is just too small for my liking. It may look flashy but when you actually think about it, it's not what it looks like; it’s what it does. For starters the keypad keys are awfully small. Too small infact.
Excerpt: The attractive, chrome 8810 weighs in at just 118 grams (inc. standard battery) and is really tiny. However, you pay for the small size with a very poor standby (36 hours) and talktime (100 minutes). The LCD screen is extremely detailed and holds up to 5 lines of text.
Excerpt: In my opinion this is the classiest looking phone there is. I love it. It looks great, it is really light (but not the lightest), and the sliding cover for answering / ending calls is cool. Everyone wants a closer look when you whip out this phone.
Pros: Stylish looking, Nokia ease of use
Cons: Bad choice of materials (scratches, fingerprints), delicate