Excerpt: Although it has a sleek and attractive design, they keys are difficult to press and are hard to access (and are also loud - this might not bother some people, but i found it quite annoying!). It is nice and small, but really heavy. The screen time out is definitely the biggest drawback. Ive also noticed that the screen flickers and blacks out for about 1 second every now and then.
Pros: Attractive design, Good camera, Nice features
Cons: Screen timeout, Very heavy for it's size, Keys hard to press
Summary: "I have only recently got this phone but have fallen in love with the sleek design and appearance and I can fit it easily into my pocket. The quality of the camera is good, particularly the auto focus feature which is very useful. Accessing websites and the internet is much better than my last phone as the screen is fairly large (2.2"), although downloading things seems to be fairly slow compared to other phones.
Summary: "I've just got this phone on contract and it's amazing. It looks gorgeous and everyone's always impressed when I get it out. It fits my hand perfectly and I find it simple to send messages. Sometimes I find the buttons a bit erratic but the camera is simple and takes good photos, and being able to tap the screen is a nice touch.
Summary: "I found this phone user friendly and functions easy to get to grips with. It has alright functions, like video calling, an expandable memory which was a bonus, and an MP3 player. Sometimes fingerprints on the screen can get annoying and the battery life isn't amazing, but it's a good phone if you're not looking for something which has all the extras.
Excerpt: I'm put off by the phone despite of the ok feature set. I would avoid it if asked again. -The numeric keys that appear when sliding the phone open are uncomfortable to use, the shape gives me cramps in my left thumb when I try to type a message. Furthermore, it's hard to hold the phone securely when typing. -The slide-mechanism seems to me wobbly and instable. Granted, I never had an issue, but it just does not feel solid.
Pros: -Design, -Size
Cons: -camera, -numeric keypad very uncomfortable, -wobbly slider, -call quality, -battery life
Summary: Great phone, did everything I wanted, but didn't last very long. I carry my phone in my pocket, and the screen is easily cracked by leaning against or over rough objects. Had this happen twice. Battery life not brilliant, and struggles to match older phones at signal reception.
Excerpt: "...are small. I bought the Nokia 6600 on PAYG to use on my contract to preserve my £15 a month no tie-in tariff. The first thing you notice about this phone is that it is so heavy for a phone its size, it feels like its made of concrete! However it is a neat small size with a glossy black finish which unfortunately attracts every fingerprint on the planet! The software is simple to use and I especially like the ability to customise the shortcut ...
Pros: Small, well buit, basic functions, no touch screens
Cons: Very bad for fingerprints, only one alarm, camera bad at night
Summary: I've had this phone for a little over a year now, and here are the good and bad things about it: Good: It is very stylish, it has a good memory plus if you want more you can always use a memory card, it has never frozen/crashed/abandoned me in any way. It has a fairly decent camera which produces nice photos and videos.
Summary: Beautiful, stylish phone from Nokia. Small, compact and easy to use. Does everything required easily and well. Unfortunately, does have some flaws - the vibration alert function is pathetic, you can barely feel it. The backlight facility is very poor as the light only stays on for about 10 seconds, with no way of adjusting it, meaning you have to keep pressing buttons to make it stay on.