A good buy for beginners who look for a compact rough and tough phone
24 October 2008
Excerpt: 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.
Tough mobile phone with radio and (not very good) camera
4 August 2008
Excerpt: 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...
Excerpt: This phone is good for users that want something simple, easy to use and a mobile that is not too fancy. The Nokia 6610i is good model for it's time, but now compared to the most recent market it is rather under-developed.
Pros: simple, easy to use, light weight, reliable
Cons: bad photo quality, small storage space, poor graphics, minimal features
Excerpt: The best phone I have ever come across. I have had it for 5 years, and as most boys of my age have treated it very roughly, but it has still stood the test of time. The features are fairly basic, as you would expect of a phone of this age, but it does do everything required for the basic phone user,...
Excerpt: I 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.
Pros: Small, light, good range of features, easy to use, unbreakable
Cons: Relatively short battery talk time, some superfluous functions, small random problems
Excerpt: Today marks 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.
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.
Pros: A practical, compact phone
Cons: Not for the modern mp3/camera/vid phone user .
Excerpt: this mobile is very good for a businessman and easy to use-almost anybody could use it. it is simple and stylish. the buttons are easy to use and for its price i personally think it is value for money. the design is very good and the covers are very hardwaring.
Excerpt: I've owned this phone for just over a year now, since I received it on contract with Orange. It still works perfectly, even though I have thrown it around and dropped it several times. It's still quite small considering it's age and the look of the phone hasn't dated too badly.
Pros: It does the job
Cons: It's quite boring and the camera's rubbish !
Excerpt: I've owned this phone for 15 months now It cost me £64 last january. It is still in perfect funtioning order despite the fact it has taken a bashing throughout it's life. One thing I like about this phone is that it fits in the palm of your hand nicely and it is easy to hold.