Summary: Found phone harder to use at first. Some functions oposite to old Nokia phone. Turning on/off takes about twice as long as old phone. Battery lasts about 2/3rds of old phone. Once got used to new phone found it very capable and now easier to use.
Excerpt: 9 May 2010 Overall for the price, I like the Nokia 2630, very practical, except, how can I delete some of the useless native apps, i.e. media, gallery, games... If anyone knows how to mod the native apps, please leave a message.
Summary: All I want in a phone is that it makes calls that it can text, and that it have bluetooth. I take about two pictures a year, so the camera isn't very important to me. I liked that this was little and feel it's a little fragile so I have to be careful, but I really don't like the flip phones.
Summary: I bought this unlocked phone because finding a wired headset for my 2610 is now near impossible and AT&T says I must wait a year+ to get a replacement from them. Quality of calls was average using the phone by itself or with a wire headset.
Summary: The Nokia 2630 is a good practical phone with a useful camera and speakerphone. There's nothing more useful than a speakerphone when waiting on hold. The FM radio is an added benefit although it requires that you have earphones handy in your pocket or purse.
Summary: This is a very good value for your money. I love the slim built and compared to the higher end phones there is not much difference as it relates to features.Gallery storage space could have been more but with that price I cant ask for much more.The FM radio is very handy although it would have been...
Good basic phone for the price. Not without blemishes.
S. Kurbanov "sean.ferg", Amazon
10 November 2008
Summary: I bought this phone as a replacement for my Nokia E51 business smartphone. I know this choice sounds odd. I just accidentally dropped my E51 in water and needed an inexpensive phone I can use before I can get a free upgrade from AT&T. This phone is slim and build quality is good for the price.