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Other featuresEdit

The Nokia 8810 weighs 118g with the standard battery and 98g with the lithium battery. It’s dimensions are 107x46x18 mm. The phone contained a few extra features; a clock, an alarm, the highly popular game — Snake The popular game Snake.and the phone was able to display any of 32 different languages. Vibration was an option for alerting the user to an event, for example receiving a text or reaching the time of an alarm. The 8810 is able to be used with Carbon Copy 5.0, which is a remote access program used for controlling a computer via a dial-up model connection. Like all Nokia phone models, the 8810 has the option to change the ‘profile’. This means that that the user can select the volume and melody for tones such as the message tone, the ringing tone and the keypad tone, to name a few. There are also security features available on the Nokia 8810. Features such as a PIN code request and a call barring service mean the users personal information won’t be at risk should they accidentally leave their phone lying about.

Core features

Memory

The phonebook can store up to 250 names and numbers. Ten text messages can be stored on the internal memory. Contacts can also be stored on the SIM card, which allows the user to keep a backup should they accidentally delete their contacts from the internal phone memory. The phone does not have, however, any external memory options such support for a microSD card or Sony memory card.

Calls

The call history of the 8810 stores 30 previous calls: 10 dialed, 10 received and 10 missed. There are 35 preloaded monophonic ringtones on the phone and additional ringtones are available for download at a cost. The phone features the ability to make conference calls, hold calls and send DTMF tones. However, the phone does not feature a built in loudspeaker, which was unusual considering many lower quality phones which did not fall into the same price bracket as the Nokia 8810 were built with loudspeakers.

Connectivity

Besides the standard 2G network, the 8810 also features an infrared port, which was later adopted into other Nokia high-end phones.

Battery

The 8810 has two options for the battery: 600 mAh Ni-Mh or 400 mAh Lithium. The Ni-Mh is considered the standard battery and the lithium is the extended battery. The standard battery provides from 30 minutes to 1 hour talk time and 15–60 hours stand-by time, whereas the extended battery provides 1 hour 40 minutes – 2 hours 50 minutes talk time and 36–133 hours stand-by time.

Applications

The Nokia 8810 has a calculator which was an advanced feature in 1998, but a simple and basic feature by today’s standards. It also has a currency converter which enables the user to convert one currency to another. This is also very basic, however, as the user is required to enter the exchange rate and can only enter one currency at a time, something which is very basic in comparison to today’s mobile devices. Finally, the Nokia 8810 has a calendar which allows the user to store notes as well as make appointments for meetings and birthdays. The user can also use the infrared technology within the phone to send and exchange information between a computer or even another Nokia device.

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Design and receptionEdit

In 1998 the Nokia 8810 was considered a luxury phone. This was due to the sleek new design the 8810 presented. It was the first cell phone without an external whip or stub antenna. Instead, it featured an internal antenna, which allowed the phone to be stored in a pocket upside down. Nokia invested hundreds of man hours into research of how people hold their phone for calls, this allowed them to place the antenna accordingly.The 8810 was tapered and weighted to encourage users to hold it below the antenna, minimizing interference. However this also led to a poorer signal reception compared to an external antenna, which meant battery life was reduced. It was encased entirely in metal apart from part of the back that was plastic to allow the signal to pass through; this case would slide down to reveal the keypad. This new appearance, in particular the lack of an external antenna meant the 8810 had a desirable advantage over its competitors and enjoyed moderate success.The choice to have the antenna internal had a negative effect of battery life, however, Nokia felt this was an adequate trade off for getting rid of the external antenna. The design of the phone also made it particularly popular following its release. Unlike most other phones in the market at this time, the Nokia 8810 featured a chrome metal finish as well as a pull down metal slide which covered the keypad and kept it clean. Nokia claimed to prioritize antenna performance over physical design if they were ever in conflict.

FeaturesEdit

MemoryEdit

The phonebook can store up to 250 names and numbers. 10 text messages were able to be stored on the internal memory. Contacts can also be stored on the sim card, which allows the user to keep a backup should they accidentally delete their contacts from the internal phone memory. The phone does not have, however, any external memory options such support for a micro sd card or Sony memory card.

CallsEdit

The call history of the 8810 stores 30 previous calls; 10 dialed, 10 received and 10 missed. There are 35 preloaded monophonic ringtones (.nrt format) on the phone and additional ringtones are available for download at a cost. The phone featured the ability to make conference calls, hold calls and send DTMF tones. However, the phone does not feature a built in loudspeaker, which was unusual considering many lower quality phones which did not fall into the same price bracket as the Nokia 8810 were built with loudspeakers.

BatteryEdit

The 8810 has two options for the battery: 600mAh Ni-Mh or 400mAh Lithium. The Ni-Mh was considered the standard battery and the lithium was the extended battery. The standard battery provided 30 minutes — 1 hour talk time and 15 – 60 hours stand-by time, whereas the extended battery provided 1 hour 40 minutes — 2 hours 50 minutes talk time and 36 – 133 hours stand-by time.

ApplicationsEdit

The Nokia 8810 has a calculator which was an advanced feature in 1998, but a simple and basic feature by today’s standards. It also has a currency converter which enables the user to convert one currency to another. This is also very basic, however, as the user is required to enter the exchange rate and can only enter one currency at a time, something which is very basic in comparison to today’s mobile devices. Finally, the Nokia 8810 has a calendar which allows the user to store notes as well as make appointments for meeting and birthdays. The user can also use the infra red technology within the phone to send as exchange information between a computer or even another Nokia device.

Настройка и включение телефона

Узнайте, как установить SIM-карту, карту памяти и аккумулятор, а также как включить телефон.

SIM-карты формата микро и нано

Важно. Для использования этого телефона требуется микро-SIM-карта

Если телефон с двумя SIM-картами, требуются микро-SIM-карта и нано-SIM-карта. Используйте только оригинальные микро- и нано-SIM-карты. Использование несовместимых SIM-карт может привести к повреждению самой карты или телефона, а также повреждению информации, хранящейся на карте.

Карты памяти MicroSD

Используйте только совместимые карты памяти, рекомендованные для данного устройства. Использование несовместимых карт памяти может привести к повреждению самой карты и устройства, а также к повреждению информации, хранящейся на карте памяти.

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Примечание. Перед снятием панелей необходимо выключить устройство и отсоединить зарядное и другие устройства. При замене панелей не дотрагивайтесь до электронных компонентов. Не храните и не используйте устройство со снятыми панелями.

Настройка телефона

  1. Вставьте ноготь в небольшое углубление в нижней части телефона, поднимите и снимите крышку.
  2. Если аккумулятор находится в телефоне, извлеките его.
  3. Вставьте SIM-карту в разъем для SIM-карты контактной стороной вниз.
  4. При наличии карты памяти вставьте ее в разъем для карты памяти.
  5. Совместите контакты аккумулятора и вставьте аккумулятор.
  6. Установите заднюю крышку на место.

Установка второй SIM-карты

  1. Если у вас телефон с двумя SIM-картами, сдвиньте держатель SIM2 вправо и откройте его, подняв вверх.
  2. Вставьте нано-SIM-карту в разъем SIM2 лицевой стороной вниз.
  3. Закройте держатель и сдвиньте его влево до фиксации.

Выбор используемой SIM-карты

  1. Нажмите клавишу прокрутки и выберите Настройки > Сеть и связь > Диспетчер SIM-карты.
  2. Чтобы выбрать SIM-карту для вызовов, выберите Исходящие Вызовы и выберите SIM1 или SIM2.
  3. Чтобы выбрать SIM-карту для сообщений, выберите Исходящие Сообщения и выберите SIM1 или SIM2.
  4. Чтобы выбрать SIM-карту для мобильных данных, выберите Передача данных и выберите SIM1 или SIM2.

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Совет. Чтобы отличать SIM-карты, присвойте им описательные имена. В настройках Диспетчер SIM-карты выберите каждую SIM-карту, введите имя и выберите Сохранить.

Извлечение SIM-карты

Откройте заднюю крышку, извлеките аккумулятор и SIM-карту.

Если у вас телефон с двумя SIM-картами, сдвиньте держатель SIM2 вправо и откройте его, подняв вверх. Извлеките нано-SIM-карту, опустите держатель, сдвиньте его влево до фиксации.

Design and reception

In 1998, the Nokia 8810 was considered a luxury phone. This was due to the sleek new design the 8810 presented. It had no external whip or stub antenna, which was unusual for the time. Instead, it featured an internal antenna, which allowed the phone to be stored in a pocket upside down. Nokia invested hundreds of man hours into research on how people hold their phones for calls; this allowed them to place the antenna accordingly. The 8810 is tapered and weighted to encourage users to hold it below the antenna, minimizing interference. However, this also led to a poorer signal reception compared to an external antenna, which meant battery life was reduced. It was encased entirely in plastic parts; this case would slide down to reveal the keypad. This new appearance, in particular the lack of an external antenna, meant the 8810 had a desirable advantage over its competitors and enjoyed moderate success. The choice to make the antenna internal had a negative effect on battery life, but Nokia felt this was an acceptable tradeoff for getting rid of the external antenna. The design of the phone also made it particularly popular following its release. Unlike most other phones in the market at the time, the Nokia 8810 featured a chrome metal finish as well as a pull down metal slide which covered the keypad and kept it clean. Nokia claimed to prioritize antenna performance over physical design if they were ever in conflict.

Other features

The Nokia 8810 weighs 118 g with the standard battery and 98 g with the lithium battery. Its dimensions are 107×46×18 mm. The phone contains a few extra features: a clock, an alarm, and the popular game Snake. The phone is able to display any of 32 different languages. Vibration is an option for alerting the user to an event, for example receiving a text or reaching the time of an alarm. The 8810 is able to be used with Carbon Copy 5.0, which is a remote access program used for controlling a computer via a dial-up modem connection. Like all Nokia phone models, the 8810 has the option to change the ‘profile’. This means that the user can select the volume and melody for tones such as the message tone, the ringing tone and the keypad tone, to name a few. There are also security features available on the Nokia 8810, such as a PIN code request and a call barring service.


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