Nokia 6350, not an app phone, it is merely a talk phone
Lawrence F., Amazon
29 April 2015
Summary: This phone allows the person to roam the internet but they cannot download anything from the internet. I had brought this phone to download from the internet, apps, in order to talk with my fiance outside of America. This phone doesn't allow anyone to do anything like that.
Summary: I bought this phone to replace the one I had for 4 years of the same design that finally wouldn't hold charge and the back had completely broken off. It is exactly what I expected except in two things. 1) The display is a little dark and I cannot find the brightness setting to lighten it.
Summary: This phone was almost perfect for my dad. His only complaint was that it doesn't ring loud enough. Im not hard of hearing but i even say its not loud. none of the ringtones are loud at all, I tried downloading a ringtone for it from the computer but it says the file is too big so oh well.
Summary: Phone is pretty BUT i dont know how to work it because it didnt come with a manual or booklet of anykind.....everything appeared to have been fondeled not used but definately handeled. I took my sim card out of my phone but the Nokia said no sim card....
Summary: This phone might have everything you need and one might get used to it after a while but it's definitly not very easy to use. For example, the simplest of things like checking your messages, checking who's called, changing ring tones, texting numbers, writing a text, etc.
Summary: Outdated, true but it's solid. Pro's. Good battery life. Seems to be good quality. Good volume. Good reception and clear sound. Cons. The push to talk button is a pain in the $%#. You will hit it more than a few times. A real pain having to tell it to cancel all the time.