|Compatible networks||900 / 1800|
|Availability by country||1999|
|Dimensions||123.8 x 50.5 x 16.7-22.5 mm|
|Memory||Up to 250 names in phonebook|
The Nokia 3210 has a total weight of 153g. The handset measures 123.8mm x 50.5mm x 16.7mm (min), 22.5mm (max) and features customizable fascias which clip on.
According to Nigel Linge from the Computer Networking and Telecommunications Research Centre at the University of Salford, the Nokia 3210 was "the first phone that deliberately did not display any sort of external aerial".
Notable features 
- Three games came preinstalled: Snake, Memory (pairs-memory game), and Rotation. The addition of such games encouraged high sales within a youth market which was enlarging at a very fast rate. Some versions of the 3210 included the "hidden" games React and Logic. They were activated by special software using a data cable.
- The 3210 was one of the first mobile phones to feature an internal antenna. This distinguished the handset from others which featured large, awkward and unsightly antennae. Reception, although poorer than that of its predecessor, the 3110, was still very good.
- 'Picture messages' sent via the SMS texting service were implemented in the handset, allowing users to send preinstalled pictures to one another. These included a 'Happy Birthday' picture amongst others.
- The handset was competitively priced and aimed specifically at teenagers and young professionals. This was at a time when few young people had access to a mobile phone, being generally identified with older professionals and business people.
- The 3210 was originally designed with a vibrate alert function. Nokia decided not to implement this feature on some handsets within certain jurisdictions. A few months after its UK release, some mobile phone repair shops offered customers a handset upgrade to the vibrate function for a small fee.
Handset specifications 
- Standby Time (hrs): 55-260
- Talk Time (mins): 180-270
- Charge Time (hrs): 4
- Ringtone Composer
- Dual Band: Yes
- Vibrating Alert (optional)
- Speed Dialing
- 3 Games
- Internal Antenna
- Green back light
- Interchangeable Fascias
A combination of cutting-edge features such as internal antennas and T9 ensured the 3210 huge commercial success. The 3210 can also attribute much of its success to an advertising campaign aimed predominantly at young people, a first in the mobile phone industry. The inclusion of 3 games, changeable covers, an internal antenna, customisable ringtones and competitive prices led to the handset's huge popularity with those aged 15–25. It was also thinner than previous Nokia models.
See also 
- Lanxon, Nate (21 May 2010). "The Nokia 3210 was the greatest phone ever made". Wired News. Retrieved 31 October 2012.
- "Nokia's best-selling phones: in pictures". The Telegraph. Retrieved 31 October 2012.
- Walker, Tim (17 November 2011). "Nokia: The giant with its fingers crossed". The Independent. Retrieved 31 October 2012.
- Wray, Richard (1 January 2010). "In just 25 years, the mobile phone has transformed the way we communicate". The Guardian. Retrieved 31 October 2012.