Summary: The quality of this Nokia 6300 slide, I was going to have as a souvenir, is completely different from the one used to be when I had it brand new in 2008 which was made not in China. This one looks and feels really crappy. The picture on the screen is not straight with the body shape of the devise, the sell phone feels much lighter as compared with it used to be. The back cover was damaged when I first take the sell phone out to put the battery in.
Excerpt: A few days ago, somebody bought me a Nokia 6500 Slide. I’ve been using the Nokia 6500 Classic for sometime now but they’re so far from each other. I used to think that the main difference is physical… Here are the comparison points of the Slide and the Classic: 1.
Excerpt: This is the most recent phone that I have purchased and I have to say that I absolutely love it. Its a return to the glory days of Nokia when they were the undisputed kings of the mobile phone industry. So what’s so good about it?
Summary: I've owned this phone now for 5 years and have just replaced it due to its age and me beating the tar out of it. Doesn't look like it will be available for much longer as it is no longer in production. I'm not interested in owning a smart phone, don't get me wrong I love new technologies I'm just not a fan of all-in-one devices that you can't swap or upgrade components on. So on that thought a phone should be a phone and a tablet should just be a tablet.
Excerpt: lasted only 6 months. Problem with the display report from Digicel Samoa Due to the sliding nature the cable can get defective. Not a smart phone for regular use. Picture are not so outstanding with a 3.5MP camera It only has a quality of 2MP camera.
Cons: Not a smart phone for regular use., Problem with the display