Summary: "i have used my E63 Nokia phone for almost 14 months now, though, it may not be perfect, but it is not as bad as some people portrayed it. Infact it is not as fragile as some phones like sony Ericson. It is a very strong phone; very durable. The video coverages is very good and the pictures are very clear and bright.
Excerpt: Lacking in many of the newer features, but very reliable in most respects.The screen shows photos larger and clearer than even the bigger, more modern phones. Drawbacks: camera activates if you just look at it funny; the volume seems to lower itself in your pocket, and it is very contrary about multimedia. Once in a great while it will surprise you by actually sending or receiving. But for text and regular calls - can't beat it!
Excerpt: I went to Walmart to purchase a pay-as-you-go phone and found a Nokia E63 phone. I liked the keyboard and the screen size and it had a very pretty metallic blue case. My sister put me on her family plan with AT&T and it included the data plan. The screensaver that came with the phone is a beautiful tropical aquatic scene. The battery life last me for several days.
Excerpt: I had this phone for almost a year and enjoyed it for a while. I must say it was okay regarding the battery life, unlike the apple iPhone. However, it is quite hard to navigate on the phone. The screen is not big enough so every letter seems to be too small to read. One thing which bothered me when I first got the phone was that it felt like plastic, not as shiny as in the photos posted on the website.
Summary: I bought this phone about 1 year ago it worked perfectly out of the box. Later on in the phone's life it began to give problems the email system crashed and after a while the chrome D-pad gets rusty from your finger sweat. I found the wifi annoying when wifi options popped up on my screen every minute. The voice dialing doesn't work well. The camera is inferior and pictures often look purple.
Summary: I bought this phone on Amazon for $140 and after using it for 2 days I am disappointed. No matter how low its price is, I just don't think it is a good smartphone. Good stuff: 1. Price 2. Has 3G modem (that's what I bought it for) 3. It does not drop calls, no matter how I hold it. 4. Keyboard is OK. Bad stuff: 1. Camera does not have autofocus. All photos are a bit blurry. 2. Symbian UX is not very intuitive, navigation is hard.
Summary: I chose Nokia because I loved all the previous models I had owned (for the last 4 years, 6030). But I also wanted to get fee-free navigation and only Nokia offers downloadable maps. On the paper it seemed to have clear advantage over Google Maps, but for practical usability Nokia Maps are light-years behind Google's.
Summary: I really enjoy this device...its a sleek and exciying device...one i would reccommend to anyone....What i hate about it is that after u download a couple of apps it starts to slow down and sometimes it freezes up and restarts. So if u were doing anything important it would have been lost. The device overall has alot of features one could never get bored of.