Excerpt: Recently I switched to this phone from a Samsung T639, which I was really disappointed with. On the whole this phone is much better and a solid choice for T-Mobile users, but the battery life leaves a lot to be desired. Pros: - Great reception. What you'd expect from Nokia.
Excerpt: I have had this phone since June 2008. I bought it to replace my BlackBerry Pearl, which was a nightmare. It is a pretty good phone. In October, it started to randomly shut off and the screen always went blank. T-Mobile sent me a new one. I also went back to this phone after using an iPhone.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for a number of months now and while it's not earth changing it has been getting some shots in some reviews that I think are just a bit to harsh. Let me preface my pros and cons by saying I am not a phone geek that has this page as the first thing that comes up when they log on...
Excerpt: I got two of these phones about 6 months ago w/contract. I'd have given it 5/5, but one phone had to be returned after about 4.5 months of use. The screen would die intermittently. I've seen complaints on here about the battery, but mine lasts 2 days between charges which is fine with me.
Excerpt: I bought this phone at a flea market and it seems half way decent. Runs the java games my HTC tytn won't run. Reconizes all of my music. That part I'm shocked about because it is on an 8gb micro sd. The camera is in a whole different class than my tytn. That beast has a horible camera.
Excerpt: I"ve had the Nokia 6263 for 1 month now and It has been nothing short of perfect! Great signal strengh, even inside my supermarket where I never got a signal with Nextel, great battery life, great, big and bright display, easy to operate even for a guy with big hands like me!!
Excerpt: As a reference I had the Nokia 6103 and upgraded to this phone after careful consideration of the Samsung T819. Good upgrade and much snappier than my Nokia 6103. Pros. Got it for Free Music Phone Faster UI Came with 512mb card and stereo Headset.