Excerpt: Released more than two years ago, today Nokia 6300, although not on to the top of charts sales, still continues to stay in demand. All this proves one thing: the company, which presented us a lot of quality smart phones, is ready to fight for new customers. The average user of Nokia 6300 is a person who appreciates an optimal combination of price and quality.
Conclusion: The 6300, an unlocked candy-bar phone from Nokia, is an appealing, minimalist option that exudes quality. Still, its short battery life and its lack of an e-mail client may be off-putting to some.
Pros: Slim and stylish design. Very bright screen. Lightweight. Excellent keypad.
Cons: So-so camera. Weak battery life. No 3G support. Lacks e-mail client.
Excerpt: Nokia 's 6300 is a no-nonsense, no-frills handset that does what it says on the tin. Its traditional, unfussy exterior will appeal to those who want their phone to be a phone first, and everything else second. What we like We love how unpretentious the 6300 is. The design of the Nokia 6300 is beautifully conventional. Its stainless steel and glossy plastic jacket lends it a crisp, desirable feel and the numeric keypad and menu keys are straightforward and simple to use.
Conclusion: One of the best S40 platform compatible phones, Nokia 6300 didn't feel like a Nokia phone at all. It seems that starting with this handset, Nokia adopted a new line of slim phones which continues these days with the newly announced slimmers Nokia 6500 slide and classic. It was a real pleasure to work with the phone and even if it doesn't feature any complex apps and functions, I must compliment the creators on the elegant design.
Pros: Certainly the best points of the device are scored by the design and the marvelous display. Its slim size and look undeniably attract more consumers than its technical specs. Average performance on multimedia feats is also notable in spite of the fact that the phone is mid-level ranged.
Cons: Maybe a better version of Symbian platform could've improved the device's functionality, but that depends on everyone�s taste. The battery cannot "sustain" the big bright display, thus you'll register fast depletion of energy.
Conclusion: Overall: The greatest thing about the Nokia 6300 is that the people at Nokia designed it to be a mobile phone first and foremost, with the other functions serving as just extra. Not the other way around as is the case with most handsets these days. It is easy to use and navigate your way around. Call reception is clear, even in not so ideal environments. Overall, the 6300 has a good package to enjoy for a long while.
Excerpt: Nokia is finally starting to take notice of the growing slim handset market, and the 13.1mm stainless steel clad 6300 does not disappoint. Come along with us as Jin tests out this simple yet attractive device.
Summary: The volume of 64-tone polyphony is enough for almost any conditions. The receiving part also does fine, as it equals all other phones of the current generation. The silent alarm is average strength-wise, but can be still felt while the handset is in pocket.
This model by Nokia has turned out to be extremely fetching, and the most pleasing thing is to find it running on 3d Edition Feature Pack 2, which grants the 6300 acceptable music capabilities, radio, and...