Excerpt: I’m just disappointed that some of the radio stations can’t be accessed even though you’re in the city. The headset that came with it has long since broken because of overuse, but the replacement I bought was still good for it. Clear sound, except for channels that only have static. Maybe it’s not the monetary value that has made me keep this phone, it’s the thought that it was a gift from someone I loved.
Summary: Well in my earlier reviews you could know that i am a big criticizer of today's nokia phone models. this one is an old one and i really love it.The price at which it comes with all the features in its time was remarkable. Of course now the production/sales of these models in india is stopped(i mean to say new ones). The processor is fast as it was in the old nokia phones. The VGA camera tries its best to give quality output and somehow succeeds.
Pros: rough and tough, features promise and deliver what they say
Summary: This is the only mobile phone I've had and I got it quite a few years back (4 or 5?). It was originally locked to the Orange network, but because of the way the Nokia unlock system works, I easily unlocked it using a code I obtained over the internet, instead of having to have to buy a £10 cable off ebay. The phone itself is very easy to use, easy to navigate through menus and get used to the interface.
Pros: Very robust, easy to use, some decent features such as radio, java, web browsing
Cons: Doesn't have a great camera, bluetooth or some other modern features like mp3 support
Excerpt: "...bought the dinky little silver Nokia 6610i roughly two years ago from Curry's for £120 to replace an old Nokia. I wanted to stick with Nokia because all the functions are clearly labelled so that it's easy to operate - this one is no exception. Its size is approximately 10 x 4 x 1.8 cm. It has a built-in camera with 4 modes (normal, portrait, night, and self-timer) and 3 quality levels (normal, low, and high definition), but no video. It has polyphonic ...
Pros: Small, light, good range of features, easy to use, unbreakable
Cons: Relatively short battery talk time, some superfluous functions, small random problems
Excerpt: "...my first anniversary with the Nokia 6610i I proudly own. The Nokia 6610i is a small and elegant gadget (it is about half the size of my hand which is small/medium)which comes with many features that always come in handy. It is very user friendly and comes with a set of very easy to follow instructions if bought from a descent retailer. There is an inbuilt camera which is pretty bad on the quality even if the settings are on high, a FM radio which ...
Pros: Very light and compact, user friendly, nice features such as in built Radio, infra red, etc
Cons: It can only take pictures - no video recording, pictures are of a very low quality, no bluetooth .
Excerpt: "The Nokia 6610i has got everything you could ever expect from a Nokia phone, it is light, compact, extremely user friendly, and cheap (now available at aroud £75 from Tesco). I actually had this phone around two years ago, passed it on to my mum, and it is still going strong. The phone itself is getting a bit dated now, as the advent of the do it all mp3/ WAP/ video/ camera/ bluetooth/ kitchen sink phones have muscled in on the market, but as a ...
Pros: A practical, compact phone
Cons: Not for the modern mp3/camera/vid phone user .