Nokia 2010

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Nokia 2010
Nokia 2010 NHE-3DN.jpg
Manufacturer Nokia
Model NHE-3DN
Compatible networks GSM900
Availability by country 1994
Predecessor Nokia 1011
Successor Nokia 2110
Nokia 1610
Form factor Bar/Brick
Dimensions 165 x 58 x 28 mm
Weight 275 g
Data inputs keypad
Display monochrome
Development status Discontinued, rare

The Nokia 2010 is a mobile phone announced by Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia in January 1994.

According to the late Matti Makkonen, a manager of Nokia Mobile Phones at the time, Nokia 2010 was the first mobile phone to enable writing messages easily.[1]

Other features include lists of 10 dialled calls, 10 received calls and 10 missed calls.[2]

The phone has a monochromatic display that can show two rows of text at a time, which are surrounded by symbols for dedicated functions — battery status and reception level on either side; SMS message notification, keypad lock, et al. at the top. The handset has an antenna slot that supports either an external rigid antenna, or a pull-out type antenna (more common). The 2010 used a full-size (1FF) sim-card.

Nokia 2010 was the more affordable version in the 2xxx series than the business-oriented Nokia 2110, both of which were released in 1994.

In terms of design, the 2010 stayed truer to its predecessor model of Nokia 1011 than the 2110.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nael, Merili (2015-06-30). "Suri tekstisõnumite looja Matti Makkonen" [Creator of text messages Matti Makkonen died]. uudised.err.ee (in Estonian). Eesti Rahvusringhääling. Retrieved 2015-07-27.  External link in |work= (help)
  2. ^ "Nokia 2010 - Nokia Museum". http://nokiamuseum.info. Retrieved 30 December 2014.  External link in |publisher= (help)