Summary: I got this phone to replace an aging Nokia 6085. That phone was still strong but was 2G only and voice coverage was becoming spotty b/c AT&T isn't supporting that network anymore. I have a couple extra BL-5C batteries so I narrowed my search to the 6263 and the 6333 since they both are 3G and use the same battery (convenient for trips). The 6263 looked like it had been only slightly changed from the 6085 and was $20 less than the 6333, so I went with it.
Excerpt: I am a t-mobile customer and have always used nokia's and have been extremely happy. But this phone is driving me crazy it deletes my screen savers on both the main and mini display at random times, that is just the beginning once that starts it will freeze when I take a picture then again when I go to the gallery or any other apps locations. I have to hard boot it and then it can take up to 5 or 6 hard boots in a row before it actually comes back on.
Excerpt: I got a Nokia 6263 from T-mobile as an upgrade. However, I just returned it through UPS 4 hours ago. Since I got outrageously dissapointed, I will list the Cons before the Pros. Cons: 1. Short battery life. Battery died in two days after a full charge, no call was made during the two days, neither any Java applications (e.g., games) were used. 2. The back cover is very diffcult to open, you have to use both hands to push badly. 3.
Excerpt: Quick take: The Nokia 6263 is a decent inexpensive/free w/contract phone for sending txt msgs, & the occasional snapshot. Great choice for those who rarely use all of the extras, & for clamshell lovers. 6263 is attractive & modern, featuring external music playback controls. It is roughly twice the thickness of the Motorola RAZR v3 when folded, making it slightly uncomfortable in a pocket. External & main displays are bright & crisp.
Excerpt: I had high hopes for this phone but it left me going back to my Samsung. Pro's * Beautiful Screen * Key Pad Great For Texting * New T-Zones Improved Con's * Reception is not even as good as my Samsung Trace ??? * Poor voice quality *Battery life is the worst out of any phone I have ever owned * It looks like it is made cheap. It is heavy which I would not mind if the phone worked properly. ie.
Excerpt: A quick note on this. Similar to the Samsung Blast, the Nokia 6263 carries an internal email client, which means the T-Zones email portion is disabled. However, the phone's email application will not let you add custom accounts, you must choose from the available providers. Where as the T-Zones portal was open to any POP / MAP service. This is overall a downgraded feature that killed this purchase for me.
Conclusion: es un buen aparato si lo que necesitas es receibir llamados y mensajear ya que navegar se hace muy dificil por el tema del soft
Pros: muy buena pantalla, funciones ya reconocidas de nokia, , comodo
Cons: la bateria dura muy poco , aun con poco uso, y los vendedores tendrian que avisar que el soft que viene es exclusivo para la operadora de EEUU (T- MOBILE), , ees un tema conectar con el navegador wap, por este inconveneinte
Conclusion: el equipo es bueno pero me deja disconforme que los vendedores no dejen claro en la publicacion que el equipo es de afuera y tiene ciertas restricciones.
Pros: el equipo es bueno como siempre lo que es nokia.
Cons: la duracion de la bateria no coincide con lo que describen en los avisos, dura como mucho, y con poco uso dos dias y medio. los juegos que dicen que son nueva generacion, no se pueden usar ya que el equipo es traido de afuera y eso genera muchas restricciones, entre ellas varias aplicaciones no son utilizables, esatria bueno que los vendedores avisen toda esta informacion.