Excerpt: The one thing that I like about this phone is that it had an infra-red port. That makes it easy for me to send files between my phone and my computer. That brings me to my next point; the amount of storage. Nokia seriously need to consider upping the memory of this phone, its at like 2MB right now. If you’re like me, and you take a lot of pictures, or you want a lot of games or ringtones, don’t bother with this phone.
Excerpt: I BOUGHT THIS PHONE ABOUT 6 MONTHS AGO AS A SECOND PHONE FOR WORK, AND I CANNOT HEAR ANYTHING. THE SPEAKER IS SO SMALL THAT YOU HAVE TO HOLD IT ON YOU EAR TO HEAR ANYTHING. I TOOK IT BACK TO CINGULAR WHO GAVE ME A NEW ONE AND I STILL CANNOT HEAR ANYTHING. DON'T BUY THIS PHONE. GET SOMETHING ELSE LIKE A BLACKBERRY....
Summary: I got this phone knowing some of the bad reviews. Being my first cell phone. I didn't think I'd mind so much. At first it was great, perfect for me. However, 4mb of memory is so little... all the features get more annoying. It serves my needs still until I can upgrade. Now starts to freeze... I do like the size, and menus (they aren't THAT bad to navigate) and displays are nice to customize. It isn't a terrible phone, but not great.
Excerpt: Its not a nice looking phone for the younger people today. It reminds me of an older mans phone because it is so big and bulky. Younger people are not attracted to this phone even with its cool features.
Summary: This review comes after a full month of hunting through the phone trying to figure things out. And secondly, I'm using this phone coming from a Motorala V300. Pros: Phone is light and easy to carry. When in a menu if you close and reopen the phone, your position is saved. I kind of like this. Love the Voice Message (not voicemail, but 1 minute messages you can send to users) Radio quality is nice. Emoticons available for text messaging.