Summary: "My only gripe is there is no draft box. I never realised how much I used this function until I mad an error of buying a phone without one. Be warned, it is quite frustrating and the archive box is uneditable/forwardable. Besides that it does what it says on the tin.
If you don't text much a great phone, otherwise try something else!
16 November 2011
Summary: I love the layout of this phone, and when I first got it, it worked great! After 2-3 weeks the texting feature seems to stop working properly and I have to turn my phone off and on again just to send out a text. Had ATT send phone in for repairs twice to get a refurb phone and as with the original, it works great for 2-3 weeks and then starts up again with the texting problem. I am now on my THIRD phone and am again having the same problem.
Summary: There are great reviews on this phone and I like it a lot but PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU BUY THE AT&T ONE, make sure it's not a Go Phone (prepaid). I didn't realize until I read on yahoo answers that AT&T intentionally disabled WiFi (or WLAN) on their version of the phone to make prepaid customers pay more for using mobile internet. The tricksters. If anyone has had this problem and figured out how to unlock it, please send a message to my eBay account.
Summary: Ok so ive given this product a two. It works well to send a txt and (mostly for calls). I bought this phone mainly for how it looks (i got the pink one) as i only use a phone for calls, texts, music, photos and videos and it seemed fine for these (internet was a bonus which i rarely use anyway)The problems definately outweigh how nice the phone looks. An example of what goes wrong...
Acceptable as a text & call phone | incompatible with Mac OS
Robin J, Amazon
31 August 2013
Summary: The phone is solid and still looks nice and shiny after 18 months. The battery life is excellent and doesn't seem to have declined. The battery tops itself up fairly quickly too. The keyboard is comfortable and easy to use - much better than standard mobile keys. Won't sync with Mac OS. Nokia didn't develop cross-platform software and, AFAIK their software will only work with Windows (not sure about Linux).
Summary: If you want a cheap phone like a blackberry with facebook, twitter etc. This phone is not for you, golly, it may say you can go on facebook but did they tell you they show you news feed from 3 months ago? There's an app store too! Shame all the apps are awful, try and find 1 free app that doesn't work until you buy it... yeah, it doesn't make sense. On a lighter thought, throw it at the wall and the wall breaks, not the phone, THE WALL.