Summary: "Possibly the most annoying and unreliable phone I have had. The first one broke whilst I was charging it (turned itself off and could not be revived) and the replacement often freezes and/or turns itself off. It has a solid feel to it, has a logical layout/setup and is easy to navigate. But it is also sluggish and on occasion unresponsive. I agree with the Editors comments re.
Summary: The phone has a nice feel to it. The actual phone features are good. The phone has issues and the manual is not helpful. The information in the phone does not go into detail enough to be helpful. I downloaded the nokia suite program on my computer which is a joke. I cannot connect to my own wifi because it will not ask for a pass word. The contact list for phone call and texting is different. The middle of my contact list did not transfer.
Worked for a few weeks and then completely shut down
Okoye Donald, Amazon
27 July 2013
Summary: I loved this phone when I bought it, it was great, easy to use and had all the things I needed. It was good enough that I actually felt it compensated for its small screen. That was until it went off on me and won't come back on regardless of whatever I did. This was a waste of $120 I could have spent on something better.
The slide-out keyboard is nice, but not worth it for the rest of the phone.
12 October 2012
Summary: The Nokia C6 is the PERFECT for for you if you're looking for a legitimate excuse to never have to answer your phone! Features include: • Tactile slide-out keyboard. • Ringer volume ranges from "Dog Whistle" to "What is this, an auditorium for ants?" • Vibration device that I can only assume functions by lightly rubbing sandpaper across the inside of the phone, ensuring you will hear it long before you feel it.
Summary: The phone arrived on time. I purchased this phone knowing it was not brand new. I don't believe that I will make that mistake again. Cosmetically it was in very good shape, only some very minor scratches on one side. They were barley noticeable. However, as a very short time wore on I began to notice some problems. The touch screen seemed a bit sluggish and in some cases almost unresponsive. Then I started to miss calls because the phone was not ringing.
Summary: I think that this is a great camera with phone capabilities. But for a person that needs to send mass amounts of email and text messages on the go, you will probably hate/dislike this phone. If you are used to using a QWERTY-keyboard, dont bother with this phone, it will probably annoy you within the first 5 minutes of use. It's just not great from texting or emailing.
Summary: We bought it last July 2011 and could use it only 4 months. After this time it did not turn on anymore. Reparation was useless.We are NOKIA users almost from the beginnig of cell phones, and now we wanted to update an old Nokia XpressMusic, just because the screen needed a stylo to make it work properly and this new model of Nokia named C6, has a sentitive touchscreen and regular keyboard also.
Summary: Don't listen too much to the the praise of this phone. You have to consider how you're going to use it. Carriers will not sell you a sim card. In order to use this phone in the US you'll have to get into a long-term contract, only then will they provide you with the sim card. Unlocked phones are orphans that lack the benefits or perks of phones that are part of the carriers networks.
Summary: I gave this telephone two stars because: Its well made (sturdy) and has a terrific camera. I took away three stars because (amongst other things): Its too small not to have a qwerty keyboard. The battery life is shorter than the C6 (with qwerty keyboard) The phone kept shutting off on its own (some kind of fault??
Excerpt: I deeply regret buying this phone. It is slow, the software (symbian) is really frustrating, it crashes alot. I have to click 10 times on a contact before it sends the call. the phone is hard to turn on .. dont know why or what to do exactly to turn it on but seems like its responding differently everytime - never seen anything like it. If it goes out of battery , you cant just plug it - you have to wait till you can open it and then it will start recharging !