Summary: I have had exceptionally good experiences with Nokia products. As I am not prone to update electronics every time something new and shiny appears, I keep using a product for years. This phone works fine BUT the back battery plate slides off at the slightest touch. Annoying.
I love this it's my third one. I wore out two and a Samsung, like Nokia
15 February 2013
Summary: This phone has all of the features I need. I don' use data transfer. I can keep hundreds of contacts, unlike my Samsung . I use a calendar, to-do list, calculator, alarm clock and text messaging. It also has better reception in 1 bar ares than many phones I have tried. CONS: It would be nice to have a QWERTY keypad for to-do list and text.
Summary: I have been through a few Nokia 6085 phones because they are my absolute favorite. I like a simple phone that i can talk and text on. I do not need or want the internet on my phone and there are fewer and fewer selections for a non-smartphone. I have never had anything but Nokia and will keep it that way as long as I have an option. My 6085 is small and pink and cute, while it is also sturdy and reliable.
Summary: I bought this phone because I had one exactly like it before, and it had lasted 5 years without problems. I like the phone because it is small, simple and easy to handle. I dislike it because it will sometimes switch to speaker phone when I am dialing someone.(the first phone I had did this too.) Also, the outside screen scratches easily as I scratched it the second day I had it but the outside of my first phone was in mint condition, I dont even know how I did this.
Summary: Bought the phone because of the superb battery life of Nokia phones and the availability of a decent speakerphone. I've had 4 Nokia flip phones before this one. The 2 biggest drawbacks are the inability to read the screen in bright sun light and the screens go bad/blank. I would never pay a high price for a Nokia because the lifespan is too short.