Summary: I swear by this phone. I know it's old - it's clunky - and it has BUTTONS - you have to push them to make things happen - as opposed to neatly swiping a piece of glass - but I've used them for years now all over the world and they've never let me down. What I particularly love, as a journalist, is the keyboard. It's fantastic to be able to flip your phone open and you have a full qwerty keyboard that I can literally touch type on now - and write on.
Summary: I bought this phone new years ago. It was the original smartphone, and cost me $700. Users in the US need to be aware that it works on GSM frequencies 900/1800/1900 MHz. It does not work on 850 MHz. In the US, 900 and 1800 are not used for cell phones. T-mobile uses 1900 and roams on 850. ATT works primarily on 850 with some 1900. In the past, I used this phone with a T-Mobile SIM all across the US, and it worked almost everywhere I went.
Summary: Really great phone, I got it sometime back like 4-6 years ago, and it was my first qwerty phone. I loved this phone but then things changed when i got my self the e61, when this was still out, as far as everything goes to this phone it was sleek and nice and i never had problems with it, don't regret this phone at all.
nice i like the quality and applications good for $
13 May 2010
Summary: low cost for good phone and nice alot of applications and games unlocked and dual sim card i like the color and to easy to navigate on touch screen and you can put a memory storage card to the phone aswell.im very haphy with the product.
Summary: This is a very nice phone, ORIGINAL NOKIA, not fake its not heavy as it appeared to be the only negative thing about it is (its a tri-band) so if ur network frequency isnt covered you will be dropping calls it exactly fits all my needs, maybe more