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.
Summary: its an average phone i have it because i just figured if i ever needed an extra phone i could use this one because i know its reliable etc.i like it,average phone i used to have a nokia flip phone so i know i would like.
Summary: The phone getting hot in 30 minutes of talking, has problem with signal..... cant pick up signal by itself.... have to turn off then on again in order to work again. I dont suggest any1 to have this phone............
Good screen, ok phone, have to buy their MP3, etc.
Thomas Kim "Cupertinokims", Amazon
31 August 2008
Summary: The screen is small but extremely clear and bright. The phone function is fine, no problem with the sound and the loudspeaker works fine. Radio function is nice but you have to use headphones to get reception. T-Mobile locked the multimedia features so you have to buy from them which is crap. If you don't buy from them, then the pictures, videos and ringtones you already have won't work, therefore, the multimedia function is useless.
Summary: This is a nice phone. It would have gotten four stars if: it held a charge longer than a day and a half, and it was a little more "intuitive" in navigating the functions. The users manual is practically useless. The most useful information about the phone is in the fold out brochure. Make sure you keep it to refer to later! The pluses: Excellant excellant sound quality from the phone and the music player. Takes good photos.