If the mobile phone Nokia 8210 was a must-have when it came out in 1999 because of its ultra-compact format and its light weight, two aspects that were well highlighted in advertisements of the time, it has nothing to dream of today with its tiny monochrome screen.
But you would be quite surprised to know that he still encounters a some success with a category of the population. In the United Kingdom, the Nokia 8210 mobile phone is thus the preferred model, not of the hermetic seniors of technology, but of the drug traffickers.
In addition to slip easily from the pocket and offer a suitable autonomy, the Nokia 8210 is indeed devoid of wireless connectivity Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS type which would facilitate tracing by the police. However, the latter has an infrared link for the exchange of sensitive data between dealers.