Excerpt: Although large and older, it's a sturdy reliable phone. I switched to the sleeker looking Razr V3. Boy, what a mistake! I'm switching back to my trusty 3650. The 3650 is made to last! When dropped, it pops apart into easy to reassemble pieces (which it's designed to do). These pieces are sold in many colors for easy interchange to make it look like you bought a new phone. I have casing in leopard, green, blue, tan, & white. Casing is NOT a case/pouch.
Excerpt: ive had this phone for three years and it has outlasted 7 motorolas!!! ALL the features rock, the reception is fantastic, the battery life is long and the screen is nice and large. the pics are nice for what the camera is. cons are the weird keys which make texting hard...and the quiet speaker sound, even in speakerphone mode. not much to be done about that. all in all this a fantastically reliable phone and it has survived NUMEROUS falls.
Excerpt: This phone rocks. I work at a Sprint store and am familiar with all the newest flashy and high-tech phones but have yet to see a phone that has all of the features and versatility of the Nokia 3650, which is why I have not switched from T-Mobile. Not only does this phone have bluetooth, video, a music player, and a huge screen, but it has the Symbian OS which magically ties these features together. I Will NOT buy another phone unless it has this OS.
Excerpt: The Phonebook is the reason I keep this phone. Don't get me wrong, it has some other great features too: bluetooth, camera, short video, very light (though a bit big), easy to use calculator, custom ring tones, etc... But the biggest seller for me is that you can add as many numbers as you want to each contact and here's the best part - you can customize the labels!!! I have not seen any other phone have this feature. What do I mean? You can name the numbers.
Excerpt: Help! I love my phone but I feel I could be doing more things with it. I read everywhere about it's awesome features but the only things I really use are video and pictures. I know nothing about the games or other capabilities this phone has. I've gotten used to people calling it a Gameboy, PDA, remote control and such, so the size issue is cool but, I've been thinking of getting a Samsung e-315 I think the model is.
Excerpt: The Nokia 3650 is a brilliant piece of equiptment. I have owned mine for two years now and am still convinced it is the best phone on the market. I sell cell phones and no other phone compares. I also own an N-Gage QD, Moto V551, Moto V220, etc and I keep going back to the 3650. Symbian OS is great, reception is incredible, the Bluetooth works so much better on a Nokia than a Motorola, the image quality is perfect once sent to a PC, MMC is very useful (I have a 256MB MMC...
Excerpt: Singlehandedly, best phone i have ever owned. Great features, outstanding battery life, great features. am sad because of no zoom or flash on the camera feature. the pics are a bit grainy even in the best resolution. otherwise, the expandability for new applications is excellent. i can listen to mp3s, watch movies on realplayer.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for almost a year now. I'm on my 2nd one, b/c some jerk STOLE the first one a few months ago. I don't know why everyone goes on & on about how BIG the 3650 is, b/c it's really not that big. I put it next to my old 3390, and the 3650 was only a bit bigger. This phone has just about everything I've ever wanted in a phone. It's by far the most customizable of all the phones I've had.