Nokia 9210i Major Features Reviews


The “improved” version of Nokia’s communicator product, the 9210i, doesn’t look much different to its predecessor model - still being the big chunk that comes with a long list of available features, appealing to individuals that rather not carry their laptop around with them. There are some new things on this communicator model that will make life somewhat easier. But to have the trailing “i” within its model number, it has to at least come with some sort of advancement, right?
Dual Band, WAP 2.0, InfraRed, Java 2.0
Dimensi = 15,8x5,61x2,7 cm
Eksternal Screen = TFT 4096 Color, 640x200 pixel
Fitures = Monofonik/WAV, Memory 40 MB, 8 MB SD-RAM, Qwerty Keyboad, MMC, CPU Processor 32-bit ARM9-based RISC, HSCSD, SMS, Email, SyncML, Fax, Currency Converter, Calculator, Voice Command/Dial, Speakerphone, Game
Battery = Li-Ion 1300 mAh, standby 230 hours, talk time 4 hours
Released = March 2007

New/outstanding features
Probably the biggest and most beneficial change is the increased availability of built-in memory on the Communicator - up to 16MB of user memory is now available, as compared to the mere 2MB on the 9210. The built-in WWW (World Wide Web) browser comes with several improvements as well - now supporting CSS and JavaScript, the ability to open two browser windows at the same time, and a content sensitive pointer and edge sensitive scrolling. Macromedia’s Flash Player and RealNetwork’s RealOne Player have been included as well.

On the basic phone functionality side of things, picture messaging support has been added as well.
Physical aspects
Nokia has changed the colour used for the keypad to a silvery base, which coincides with the key colours below the small LCD screen. This physical variation is probably used to distinguish the 9210i from the previous 9210 model, but does make the exterior kinda look better also! :)

Apart from that, everything is virtually the same - keyboard layout, LCD screen, exterior design, and its high quality build. A very solid PDA phone indeed!

User Interface & display
The 9210i retains the same Symbian OS user interface as previously found on the 9210. In addition to the QWERTY keyboard, the 4-way navigation key facilitates the “moving around” part on the 9210i, while quick access keys above the number buttons allow the respective functions to be brought up instantaneously. Four soft keys on the right of the display provide context-sensitive functionality.

On the outside, the phone interface is very similar to any other Nokia phone menu layout - but has been cut down to only relevant phone functions only. These include a basic messaging interface, call registers, call divert, and IR activation only. Other functions are only accessible from the primary communicator interface.
Making and receiving calls
You can take the calls directly via the 9210i’s earpiece or through its speakerphone. To switch between the two, simply have the communicator interface opened to enable the speakerphone ability - and have it closed up to talk like with any old phone! Call quality using either method is as good as any other mobile phone or desktop speakerphone.

There is also the headset or car kit accessory available for the Nokia 9200 Communicator series of PDA phones. Probably one of the very few PDA phones to come with the latter ability.

One would reckon a QWERTY keyboard is going to make all the difference when it comes to messaging. But don’t forget the size of the keys when compared to the one on your laptop or PC! The QWERTY keyboard on the 9210i isn’t too small. But alike most handheld devices with a fixed keyboard, there’s nothing much we can do but accustom ourselves into using it.

The 9210i comes with several messaging methods - including the standard SMS, Internet email, and fax transmissions. All this can be accessed via the “Messaging” quick access key from the communicator interface. Should you only need to type a few words, SMS messages can still be composed through the phone interface. Take note that T9 is not supported on the 9210i.

Build quality
The construction of the 9210i is probably one of the best when compared with its sister products (probably because of the type of people using their Communicator-based products). You should not be able to find any flimsiness or unusual sounds - even on prolonged use!

Battery life
A high-capacity, 1300 mAh lithium-ion is supplied with the 9210i’s sale package, and provides good battery times for all situations. Of course, if you end up using the PDA functions more on a single charge, the overall talk and standby times will vary significantly. On average use, I was able to attain approximately 4-5 days standby and around 3-4 hours of talk time.

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