The Nokia 9210 Communicator is a third generation Communicator series smartphone produced by Nokia, introduced in 2000. It greatly improved on the second generation Nokia 9110, providing colour main screen, changing to Symbian OS platform and ARM processor. It is one of the few mobile phones able to send and receive fax.
It is used as a normal though bulky mobile phone in closed mode, when it is flipped open it can be used like a very small notebook computer with a half VGA screen. The speaker is located on the back so one must hold it with the front screen and keypad facing out to make a call.
The American variant is the Nokia 9290.
Main applications: mobile phone, desk application, messaging (SMS, fax, email), Internet (web, WAP), contacts (address book), calendar, office (word processor, spreadsheet, presentation viewer, file manager)
Extra applications: calculator, clock, games, recorder, and unit converter
Size: 158×56×27 mm
Weight: 244 g
Mobile phone: EGSM 900/1800 and HSCSD (43.2 kbit/s)
External display: mono
Internal display: 4096-colour 640×200 LCD screen
Processor: 32-bit 66 MHz ARM9-based RISC CPU running Symbian OS