Excerpt: According to the tag line of this product it says, “When art meets science”. This was catchy because the appearance itself was something that I liked. Like other phones, we are mindful with what is novel about this one. I was curious what else can they offer after the insurmountable new released with different variations. Sometimes, I cannot stand the quick releases cell phone companies are having with regard to their cellphones.
Excerpt: I used this phone for a few months, as a temporary replacement while waiting for my Omnia to be shipped in. I liked it and got used to it pretty quick as with all other Nokia models, so I ended up using it a couple of months longer than needed. Firstly, this is a solidly-built phone - meaning, not lightweight, not the thinnest, but I like that as I prefer my phones to feel substantial in my hand and in my pocket.
Excerpt: The Nokia 6500 Slide handset is a very good device to use. This device is quite difference from the 6500 classic earlier produce by the Nokia Company. The battery compartment, knobs and the front of the device are made of steel. Due to the stainless steel use in making this device, it prone to a procurer’s finger prints. The top end and the numeric pad of the Nokia 6500 Slide are painted in sleek black.
Excerpt: I’ve been using a Nokia 6500 Classic phone for about a month now, a hand-me-down from my mother. First and foremost, I liked this phone because it’s thin and lightweight. I haven’t seen a phone in the market that’s thinner than this one (9.5mm). Next, I also opted for this one because apart from being quadband, it’s also a 3G phone (WCDMA), enabling me to use my SIM card at 2100 frequency countries like Japan and South Korea.
Excerpt: A few months ago I was offered a Nokia 6500 Classic mobile phone as an upgrade under my T-Mobile contract. Whilst I had my eye on something a little bit more cutting edge (I saw a Samsung phone which really took my fancy) I nevertheless settled for the Nokia as T-Mobile was going to give me the phone as a free upgrade! I had never seen it before but was assured by the telephone sales assistant that it was a nice slender phone and I would not be disappointed.
Conclusion: @the person complaining about MicroSD disconnect: if one pries the metal hook up just a millimeter it takes care of the problem. I've had this phone for about a month now and it does everything I need it to do. It looks great, with it's stainless steel and high gloss black casing; the music player is highly functional and covers all of the standard functions one could ask for; the sound quality is really good with nice headphones - the packaged ones are crap though; the...
Conclusion: This phone sucks since they rediculously made it so the memory card disconnects when the back is taken off - this is because a small pin is pressed in by the back case - the only problem being this is majorly over sensitive so if you knock it in the slightest it disconnects - this means anything you are using as a background or ringtone that is saved on the memory card resets - this is really annoying and currently my phone is a mass of electrical tape to keep the back...