Excerpt: Neutral, don't own it - have a 6236i, which I love despite some quirks...
Anyways, surprised Nokia who is amazing cel companyw ould let their name be put on a re-branded pantech.
And VZW UI... ugh. nuff said.
*sigh* I wish alltell was out here in NY.
Excerpt: I just bought this phone and am trying it out during Verizon's 15 trial period. I was trying to decide between this phone and the LG VX8300. The Verizon salesman recommended the LG mostly due to the fact that he was more familiar with the LG and had heard great feedback.
The phone is slimmer than the LG and in my opinion looks a lot better.
The phone seems to perform fine, but has a few annoyances:
Excerpt: This phone would have an easy 5 star rating,,But the most important thing to me in a phone is reception and clarity...Ok signal strength seems to be as good as any...Clarity is a bit of a problem as there is always background noise in the phone when things are quiet,,Guessing that its the noise canceling gone awry....I went back 2 verizon and got another one and same crap happened...
So if u want a great phone and dont mind the noisy backgound go for it.
Would have been the perfect phone if it could do all Verizon said it could
wuzisname, Phone Scoop
6 October 2012
Excerpt: If I bought the phone blind this would be the best phone. However Verizon said I could use bluetooth to copy music and data. This is not true. they broke this feature so that you have to buy some cable kit...kind of makes the bluetooth thing useless.
They also claimed that I can customize my ringtones buy choosing a mp3 from my micro sd card...this is also a lie, seems you can only get ringtones if you buy it from them.
Excerpt: the one that i played with gave me a hard time inserting and/or ejecting the micro sd card. unless you have long finger nails, you have to carry around a paper clip in order to insert or retrieve your memory card from the phone.
also still as of today the phone has phonebook transfer compatability issues.
the mp3 player part of the phone is not user friendly, very similar to the verizon samsung phones.
Excerpt: I bought this phone September 30th to replace my Motorola V710 which had been doing bizarre things for the past two months. I loved the V710. Used the V710 for a year (longest I've used one phone ever). I chose the Nokia 6315i over others in the Verizon lineup (even the Krzr) after doing weeks of research on-line and in store. I was a bit disappointed to find the 6315i was made by Pantech rather than Nokia because Nokia has always built a solid, reliable phone.
Excerpt: Let me start by saying that I've had a ton of different cell phones - Treo, RAZR, Audiovox, Samung, LG... I've used them all.
I recently decided to get something new. I considered a lot of different phones, and finally went with teh 6315i because of it's size and "performance". The RAZR and a few other phones I looked at seemed to perform very slowly. There was a delay everytime you push a button before anything happened.
Excerpt: Ive had this phone since March 25th. Ever since i got it, it has given me minor trouble. Every now and then it glitches, and the screen will become pixelated, almost like a frozen computer screen. It could have a better side button layout, and i wish it had a record button.
Its quite hard to take self portraits with the flip closed since the camera is on the back. Kind of a weird place, if you have one you'd know.
Excerpt: All in all, the phone is very comfortable in size. Not thrilled about answering calls -seems like the side buttons are in the way when flipping the phone. I wasn't impressed with voice dialing either. The phone wouldn't save my personal contact settings for ringtones either. I went ahead and traded it in for the new LG8600.