Excerpt: The phone has a camera texing,gps 12 different opitions .The phone for the most part doesn;t drop many calls and most of the time the incoming calls are very clear.The phone also has a convient size to it.
Excerpt: The Nokia 6350 is my second phone. I'm quite happy with it; it has quite a few useful features for a basic phone. I mostly use it for phone calls, the camera function, occasional texting, and as an alarm clock, and bluetooth to download photos to my computer. But there are a host of additional features, including music downloads, a GPS and navigator function, and email. Since I didn't bother paying for the data service, I don't use most of the phone's capabilities.
Summary: This is a good basic phone. The color is a nice red, not a glaring red. It is easy to use. I don't like the way my phone book was transferred. It does not look good with all the semi-colons in the middle of the names. I don't have an easy fix for this. What I like is the ease of inserting and removing the sim card. The others were so difficult to remove. The value for the money is based on an auction.
Summary: this phone is good at some point. camara awsome, but the menu and features are bad.the battery life only last like 3 days. i would not get it again. but if you're looking for a "cheezy" flip phone, here it is.
Overall it's a good phone, problems with the back of the phone though.
2 April 2012
Summary: The keys are very simple to use, i like that they're not too small and i can actually use without having to put on reading glasses. I have had problems with the back, it doesn't fit properly and keeps falling off. If i place in my back pocket it sometimes shuts off for no apparent reason. The battery has lasted longer than most of the other models i've tried.
Summary: An average cell phone good for talking or texting. It has a few other buttons that you need to tell AT&T to disable to avoid surfing the net by accident. Cell phones were made for talking. Personal computers were made for surfing the Internet. I sure cannot be wasting my time looking at that little screen. Just use a PC for the Internet. Also it sometimes calls people because it has voice calling, that I have not figured out how to disable.
Pros: Call quality was fine, and photos were good. The ability to re-organize the locations of menu icons was welcome.
Cons: Not Mac compatible; files can't be uploaded via bluetooth or data cable.. The features requiring a data plan are intermingled with ordinary phone features. No games are included and minimal selection of ring tones.
Summary: This phone is pretty basic. The ringers aren't very loud and the vibration isn't very noticible. It has MP3 functionality that works great. It doesn't get the same reception you would expect from Nokia but it is still pretty good. Battery life isn't so great but it hasn't been a problem for me since I don't play with it all day. I charge it every other night but it will barely last that third day if I forget.
Pros: Nice design, doesn't slip out of your hand, good call quality
Cons: Biggest compaint is the button on the front lid, I carry the phone in my pocket and slight pressure on the button causes it to play music, in this case a ring tone. No solution offered by ATT or Nokia. Battery really sucks