Summary: I bought this phone as replacement for Nokia 5300 Xpress Music (which gives you an idea of my priorities for phone design). The 6700S is about the same size, but a little thinner. It has enough heft to feel good in hand and the slide mechanism has a nice snap. The screen size is essentially the same between the two. Functionally, the newer version of the OS is refined over the 5300 with more customization available.
Summary: Haha, so I exaggerated the title a little, but I'm overjoyed since buying this phone. The problem with phones nowadays is everyone is trying to make it "smart." Hence, smartphones keep getting bigger and bigger. After I got the HTC HD2, with its 4.3" screen, I knew that that was it. And by that I mean that phones have crossed that threshold of portability. At that size, it is no longer a phone, but a mini-tablet computer with phone functions.
Summary: Bought this phone for use in Canada, it works well on Rogers/Fido 3G network (I actually use Speakout service) and should work fine on Bell & Telus too. Standard Symbian phone buttons are well-placed and have a positive feel. Feels slightly awkward when open and texting with one hand, but this is more than made up for by the small size and excellent build quality. Camera is auto-focus but not particularly good, although adequate for a phone of this price.
Summary: I like this phone, but have two main gripes: 1. The internet browser is cluttered and hard to use, to the point where it is useless. 2. The GPS is via triangulation only. There is no GPS receiver in this phone. 3. Must use Nokia OVI to push music to the phone. You can mount the phone as a Mass Storage Device and copy songs over, but the phone will not recognize.
Summary: The phone looks sleek and stylish. BUT, it crashes and restarts often. I did not buy a faulty phone, it is a faulty model. Both the original and the replacement phones crash often! What's worse, is that before it crashes the system freezes and you have to take the battery out or wait several minutes for the phone to restart. The problem started within a week of purchase and continued for a few months later.
Summary: I was looking for a decent, unlocked slider phone and decided to give this Nokia a try after years of using Sony Ericsson handsets. Here are my impressions. Pros: -Very solid and well built -Nicely weighted -Attractive design -"Buttery" smooth slider mechanism -Decent reception -Good call quality -Decent earpiece volume -Loud speakerphone -Charging possible through micro USB -Keypad looks flat but is actually very easy to use -Very customizable -Screen is decent despite...
Summary: As someone who does not like huge / big screen phones, I love this phone. I've had this phone almost 1 year now and while there are some minor annoyances I'm still giving it 5 stars. Pros 1. The cover is aluminum not plastic, and the slide function and overall feel of the phone are great. 2. The interface is nice (*I am not accessing the web) 3. It comes with everything - hands-free / computer cable 4. The camera is good 5.