If you were a hotdog and starving, would you eat yourself?
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Well... Gotta love the Nokia E61i... Gotta hate how slow it is. I love the feel of the phone in my hand. Love the full qwerty keyboard... Who doesnt love the symbian 60 software? I mean... come on people, the phone is great. I am patiently awaiting the release of the Nokia 5800!
Excerpt: The battery life and included applications make the Nokia-E61i a much better showing in the smarpthone communicator field. It is a good phone except its memory you cant put a card in it. 1 GB is all you have to save everything otherwise it is a good phone with many features.
Excerpt: Overall I am pretty satisfied with this phone. However, the battery life is horrible. I have to charge it every night if not more often. The phone is easy to use and the menu is basically self explanatory. It will send blank text messages if you are not careful. I love the fact that if you are on an ear piece you can close the phone but keep talking without hanging up on the person. You can also send text and pic messages while on the phone which is a major perk.
Excerpt: I am the mother of a 1 1/2 yea old and my phon has to hold up to being abused by her. So far this phone has done a great job and I would buy it again. The automatically locking keypad keeps me or my daughter from accidentally connecting to the internet or a picture from being taken. However, the camera is easliy accessible and I can take a picture easily. Also, the music feature is wonderful.
Excerpt: The Nokia interface is very easy to figure out and use without having to constantly refer to the manual--although I've been a Nokia user for years, so I suppose it's easy to upgrade and pick up where my older phone left off. I was immediately able to surf the Internet as soon as I took the phone from the box and inserted the battery. The PC Data Suite that came with the phone allowed me to synch phone data with Outlook, which is a great productivity enhancer.
Excerpt: This phone is my lifeline, and when I picked up this cute little red phone, the Nokia 6555b, I knew it was the one. The texting features are easy and clear. It is easy to find almost every feature on it. BUT when I went to an area where there was only 2G service available - and what does that mean, folks? - I COULD NOT USE MY PHONE. The battery seems to be lasting ok. It makes it through A day, which is a little disappointing.
Excerpt: I recently purchased the Nokia 6555 cell phone. I like the size and weight of the phone. If you prefer a cell that doesn't feel like it will shatter into a million pieces, this might be a good fit for you. I like the mp3 player. The speaker can go a little bit fuzzy if the volume is up too loud. I really enjoy the camera. It takes good pictures and is simple to use as it has the camera icon on the button on the phone keypad to start the camera.
Excerpt: The Nokia 6555 is a great phone, and I also like the coverage that att gives me. The pros to this phone are; it's a flip phone if you like that, the phone can take a micro sd card for more space, the 6555 has a 1.3 mp camera and you can shoot video with this phone, the keypad locks and what I like about that is when you flip the phone open it will unlock alot of cell phones don't do that, you can play java games and browse the internet.