Excerpt: The Nokia 6133 is a nifty little flip phone with a 1.3 mega pixel camera and a nice little button that you can click to make it flip open. One of my favorite features on this phone is that you can use the radio with the included headset on …
Excerpt: The reason why I tried this phone was because I usally love Nokia phones but after trying this phone on T-mobile service I can easily conclude that this is probably one of the worst Nokia phones that I have ever used.
a great product for someone who with a single arm handicap
8 September 2014
Summary: The Nokia 6133 is the only phone that can be easily opened, accessed, and used by someone with one arm. The design allows for a push button opening into the palm of the hand so that the person can easily answer a call and begin talking. It also has a perfect sized keypad for one-handed use.
The Nokia 6133 cell phone is efficient and east to use.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have found the Nokia 6133 cell phone to be very east to use for someone who is just looking for a basic phone. It is easy to set-up for numbes and speed dialing. The keypad has good size numbers which is very good. It also has a camera for still pectures and video with good quality.
Its a good phone.. Just not if you have a hard labor job!!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I had this phone for about a year. I work with horses it didnt hold up so well getting dropped on a concrete floor. For some one with a genle job the phone is great! So if you work with construction or large animals I wouldnt recomend this phone for you. Or if you are clumsy and drop things like your phone alot i wouldnt buy this phone!
Excerpt: I bough tthis phone to reduce my monthly phone expenses. I find it is a very poor quality product and often shuits down or cuts off, then I am charged for the interrupted call. It is a real annoyance and is not at all dependable. I expected a better product form both AT& T and Nokia. I wil get rid of it as soon as I can.
Excerpt: I am writing my review for the Nokia cellular phone. Although I enjoy the color (pink) and that size (small and light weight) however, I am not satisfied with the sound quality of the phone. The volume is barely audible even with the volume on high. There's room for improvement in this area. Thank you.
Excerpt: The 6133 is a pretty good phone, battery life is alright as long as you don't a) leave bluetooth mode on without having a device ready to connect and b) don't expect to talk very long. Fortunately for me, it is my work phone, and as such it is only in use for a few hours per day. Charger can sometimes slip out of the port. Limited ring tones/profiles. Camera is so-so.
Excerpt: This phone has good picture quality and awesome clarity in sound....although it tends to pick up and amplify background noise. The bluetooth capability and memory card features work well, however you can't download your favorite ringtones, pictures, etc and transfer them with your memory card from one phone to the next. I love the 5 minute video feature and the fact that you can record a short conversation. The zoom shots are very clear and texting is easy.
Decent phone without the accesories to back up its potential.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I purchased this phone when my Razr (first generation) just DIED on me. On my birthday. And apparently, I had somehow switched my memory from SIM card to phone, so I lost ALL my contacts and info., not to mention my purchased games and ringtones. But that's another story. The representatives from T-Mobile assured me that this was a leading-edge phone, one of the most reliable, and one of the most user-friendly and popular.