Excerpt: When I first switched to AT&T, the Nokia Surge was on sale with a new contract. The phone seemed to be a good choice. Plus I was just excited to be getting a new phone, because the one I had was outdated. I ordered the phone online and received it. When I got the phone, I was shocked at the amount of weight that it had. I mean, it wasn’t heavy, but was comparably heavy to other phones out. I liked the black color and the full keyboard.
Excellent, affordable phone. Has all the basics. If only it had Wi-fi...
18 May 2013
Summary: Pros: Excellent, affordable phone. Has an FM radio, although you need small 2.5 mm earphones to play it. As a Symbian, it has a lot of good apps and games, some in 3D. Has a fair PDF reader. If you can afford it, vBag and Quickoffice are good apps for it. Cons: Though it kinda looks otherwise, it is not a touchscreen phone. Radio doesn't play unless you have headphones in. (-_-) Camera makes sounds whenever you take a picture and you can't change it under Settings. (??
Excerpt: The nokia surge is a decent smartphone. The phone call quality is low and I have had some static issues since switching to this phone. I like this smartphone better than my previous because of the video option. You can watch videos on youtube or take videos with the built in camera.
Slide out keyboard with no backlight - how do type on that???
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This was the worst idea I ever had! I bought a Nokia Surge from a website instead of going with the cell phones that AT & T offers in their stores. I just do not like the selection at my local store. I want a Qwerty keyboard, but I do not need the internet package for the additional $40 that you have to get with Blackberrys. So, this Surge was perfect! But the keyboard literally isn't backlit!!!
Excerpt: So I've been using the Nokia Surge from many months and its the best cell phone I have ever used. The screen is large and easy to read things. The full size keyboard is easy to operate and many different functions. The abilities and function that come on the cell phone are easy and very understanding to use. The battery life last for 2 1/2 days, even when used all day long. The themes and wallpapers are easy to understand and changable, or you can down load new ones.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for almost 2 years now and love it! It packs a lot of features into a very small package. The phone size is perfect. A slim build that fits nicely into a pocket, but without sacrificing screen size. The phone is ridiculously customizable in terms of the menus, shortcuts, and overall look of the screen. I've got it set up just right for quick access to messaging, photos, email, and internet. The built-in web browser does the job.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for a little while I thought I could live with the number keys but it immediatly bugged me I hated the way the screen was extremely old looking. the keys were kinda close together and the keys always made clicking noises( not the beeping you can turn off in the setting but like button clickings). oh it also broke after just a bit of use.
Summary: The QWERTY keyboard on the Surge is very easy to use. It is one of the best features of the phone. The worst feature is the 5 way navigation key. It is too small and is difficult to control the push function without having it activate one of the direction controls. If you do not want a touch screen phone this is an excellent choice.
The best cell for this money! Symbian is not the best. Overall, I like it!
4 April 2012
Summary: Nokia Surge 6790 that I bought is a great cell phone. First of all, for that price I will never be able to buy anything even close to such a hight quality. Secondly, this cell ph. is awesome for writing massages - it is like a small laptop. The only minus is program that operate this phone (one of the types of SYMBIAN). I heard that this is very reliable system and is almost free of errors, but not in my case.