Nokia 6260 Review
Review: October 2004.
The Nokia 6260 is a business-orientated smartphone with a range of
One of the characteristics of the 6260's clamshell design is the rotating
screen which can be rotated to a number of positions - open, closed,
facing inwards and facing outwards. The display face can be closed with
the screen facing outwards for browsing the internet or using applications.
The screen is very high quality - one of the best from Nokia - using
active TFT technology for a sharp bright image, with 65k colours and
a high resolution. A good quality screen like this is essential for
making good use of the various business applications that come with
The 6260 is a series 60 phone with a Symbian operating system. Foremost
amongst the pre-installed business applications is a mobile email client
that uses Quickword and Quickpoint viewers for viewing attachments (Word
and PowerPoint documents). Additional Java and Symbian applications
can be stored, and a pre-loaded memory card is supplied with a number
of "try-and-buy" applications.
The internal memory is not huge at 6 Mbytes, but the memory can be
expanded with 32 Mbyte memory cards. The 6260 has an excellent range
of connectivity options: Bluetooth, infrared, Pop-Port connector
The 6260 includes a good quality digital camera that can shoot pictures
at VGA resolution (300,000 pixels) and also record video. The camera
is side-mounted with a movable display that allows for self-portraits.
There's also a built-in FM radio and MP3 player, although the MP3 player
is mono and not the best quality.
Nokia have succeeded in packing a lot into the 6260, with the clamshell
design enabling them to have a large screen but still keep the phone
size small. The phone is quite heavy, but no more than the average 3G
phone, and this will probably be acceptable when the full range of features
is considered. The screen is excellent, the spec of the phone includes
everything that most users will need, and the range of Java and Symbian
applications available for the phone is impressive. With the Nokia 6260
it seems that it is finally possible to have a business-orientated phone
that retains the stylishness and fun features of a mainstream phone.
The 6260 will inevitably be compared with the Sony
Ericsson P910i. It has to be said that the P910i beats the Nokia
is most respects, however the P910i does cost and weigh considerably
more than the 6260, so there should be room in the marketplace for both.
On the negative side, the Nokia 6260 does appear to have software and
reliability problems. You should read the user reviews below to find
out about people's experiences with this phone, but the main issues
seem to be faulty phones, phones breaking and software glitches. It
seems that Nokia smartphones often come with reliability problems, especially
any like the 6260 that feature novel designs or features.
Features of the Nokia 6260 include:
- Active TFT rotating display display (65,536 colours, 176 x 208
- Push to Talk (PTT)
- Mobile email and VPN client
- HTML browser
- Quickword and Quickpoint for viewing documents
- Bluetooth wireless technology
- Additional connectivity: Infrared, Pop-Port connector, Nokia
Connectivity Adapter cable (USB)
- Local synchronization of contacts, calendar, to-do items, and notes
to a compatible PC using PC Suite
- Downloadable Java and Symbian applications
- Voice Features: voice dialing, voice commands, voice recorder
- Integrated handsfree speaker
- Integrated digital VGA camera (640 x 480 pixels, digital zoom)
- Video recording and playback
- FM radio and MP3 player
- Polyphonic ringtones & True Tones
- Five-way scrolling navigation
- Text messaging with concatenated SMS: send and receive messages
containing up to 459 characters
- Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) for receiving, editing and sending
messages with text, audio files, voice clips, video clips and images
- Predictive text input
- Memory: 6 Mbytes
- Includes a 32 Mbyte MMC memory card, preloaded with a number of
applications you can try for free
- GPRS class 6
- Data transfer up to 43.2 kbps
- Size: 102 x 49 x 23 mm
- Weight: 130g
- Battery standby: up to 6 days
- Talktime: 2 - 4 hours
Nokia 6260 User Reviews
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Average rating from 100 reviews:
Reviewed by Moose from UK on 27th Feb 2005
Well, its not brilliant but it aint bad either. Its not really the features
that let it down, its the limited amount of thought that went into the
design of it. Firstly, they put the camera on the side so that to use
it u have to twist the fone into imaging mode, but, once uve taken the
picture, its half the quality of wot it would b in normal mode. How
stupid can the designers get, they make a dedicated imaging position
but it doesnt take gd pictures. Secondly, the twisty screen is really
annoying. it feels really delicate, as if it will break any second and
i dont no if this is just me but in browse mode the backlight is really
weird and just turns on and off at will and sumtimes when ur browsing
through the menu it just automaticlly goes back to the desktop and turns
the backlight off. Could sum1 plz confirm this coz it might just b a
problem with my 1. Apart from that its a really gd fone. the screen
is decent, the OS runs flawlessly, i like the themes(my old 3650 didnt
allow them so it was really boring), the memory is gd and the connectivity
options are good. Overall good, but i would recommend waiting 4 the
3G nokias in development.
Reviewed by Nitesh K Vijayvargiya from India on
26th Feb 2005
Outstanding phone. That should summrize all the features of this phone.
Great look, great screen. Only two problem I see are hinges and battery
(4c). Otherwise there is no need to argu on quality of this phone.
Reviewed by Mark_In_London from UK on 25th Feb
This is my 2nd review of this phone (See below). I've only had it about
a month and it's now faulty, looking at some other reviews seems to
be a common theme. Can make calls but I can't send or recieve SMS. MMS
doesn't even start, neither does bluetooth, can't get to settings. It
has been stroppy once in a while, just requiring it to be restarted
- nothing will fix it this time. I even have tried a factory reset and
format. So will get it fixed under warranty, though with others experiences
I'm a bit worried now. All my previous Nokia's have never had a problem.
As for living with it day today, no real change from my previous comments,
can live with it but not as useful as it should be with a little thought
from the designers. I'm glad some people think it's the best but I question
their experience of other phones.
Reviewed by Bobb from South Africa on 25th Feb
I really like it so far, had phone for a week. Having problems getting
email etc to work, being a syncro addict it must talk to my PC. Having
difficulty in getting Bluetooth to my USB device. IR is annoyingly not
working or haninging up (cannot figure which yet). So, as a phone only
and not using the functionality, it's great. Not minding the brick size
for the moment but the menu is annoying me as I don't know where to
find anything yet..
Reviewed by Shruthi from India on 23rd Feb 2005
Its a very very nice phone has all the features needed.Good buy. Any
one who has baught it did u face the problem of the hinged joing becoming
loose?? and the flap not standing stiff as it is suppose to. This seems
to be the only drawback otherwise it very very good
Reviewed by Tomo from New Zealand on 21st Feb
This is a great fone. Ive had it for a month now and it hasnt had a
single problem. It does everything i want, the build quality is high
and its so damn stylish! Id recommend it to anyone. The only thing im
gonna do to it is upgrade the mmc memory card from the standard 32mb
to a aftermarket 1gb card. Now who said you needed an iPod??????
Reviewed by Geirmund from Norway on 20th Feb 2005
This is the best phone I ever had! It's just great! big screen, nice
look... what ever any one say's, this is one nice pice of phone I got
Reviewed by SG from UK on 20th Feb 2005
A poor phone. Don't bother. The 6170 looks better. Do not be taken in
by the swivel camera. No called id when phone is closed. Keeps turning
itself off - many times in the middle of a call. Uses Symbian and is
very slow indeed to navigate through menus etc. The size is too big.
Wish I had waited for the Motorola Razr V3.
Reviewed by Carl Smith from England on 20th Feb
Recently I upgraded to a Nokia 6260 It seemed a great answer to a number
of problems particularly the UK Hands free driving restrictions. As
by reversing the screen and using the Loudspeaker function, it becomes
a speakerphone. Sadly this phone is after only 6 weeks a useless pile
of junk.It snaps shut and one day the screen sadly was no more. During
its short life it has often frozen, needing the battery and sim card
removing and replacing to get it to reboot. It has turned itself off
without any input from me and it has also taken ages to re-boot. I have
asked for help from my nokia/service provider. who tells me its a chargeable
repair costing about a £100 - Well the phone is just not worth it. I
took some fine once only unreplaceable pictures of my daughter which
are now locked in the phone together with a number of essential phone
numbers as it downloaded all my data from the sim card into its memory.
Once and if I retrieve the data I will quite happily junk this monster.I
made a huge mistake buying an all singing all dancing phone. Now My
old 6210 without all the frills etcis back in service. It does what
its supposed to! Works as a reliable Mobile.
Reviewed by Aaron from UK on 19th Feb 2005
Nokia 6260, good if your a business person lookin for a (not so mini)
mini pda. Push to talk and presence are relatively new products, no
one i know has them, but then again they are premium services. I have
had this phone week and a half now, moved to contract from a nokia 3100.
this phone is substanially big, but good features. Battery life is awful,
needs charged every other night, would recommend buying another battery.
Camera not bad quality, video and and bluetooth. Realtones etc, but
buttons on screen are annoying. No external screen, so advisable to
turn 'answer when flip opened' off so you can screen your calls. i am
a teenager, so this phone isnt great for me, somethng smaller would
be better, but will stick with it for 12 months and pray that by then
Nokia bring out smaller flip phone with bluetooth.......
Reviewed by Mark from UK on 17th Feb 2005
Just a reply to Glen of UK really, I too have a problem with my phone
switching itself off and takes me ages to get it back on again. Not
as reliable as I first thought. Also the battery life is not all that
good, I never get anywhere near the 2-4 hours talk time, maybe half
an hour if I'm lucky, then it needs recharging. Only had it 2 months
and the supplier refuses to replace or fix, as they have a 21 day policy.
Suppose it serves me right for buying it. Have been unable to get the
email to work, not sure why, 02 can not seem to give me an answer and
fob me off with "our engineers are aware of the problem and will get
back to you once it has been rectified", three times I have now had
this message and still can't send/receive email.
Reviewed by Perry from United Kingdom on 16th
Just got this phone, first looks were great; it's light, and has a distinctive
design. The applications and features are good, camera and video quality
are decent, music is alright although I'm not really into music. Also
John, this phone uses a special Reduced Sized Memory Card, I've searched
for a site which sells them and this looks decent. (http://www.mobymemory.com/RSMMC_Memory_Cards.asp)
Reviewed by Andy from India on 14th Feb 2005
isnt that great. but worth buying and using it for a year or so.
Reviewed by Baudhayan Lahiri from India on 14th
I am an amateur Mobile Phone tester & after conducting all sorts of
R&D on this Phone, it seems to be a perfect Phone without any glitch.
There are also many coool applications like FExplorer which can be used
rather than the traditional File Manager that comes pre-installed with
the Phone. There are also many other free apps available on the Net
that can be installed & everything seems to work fine. The only loophole
I found in this Phone is the MP3 Player, as the Sound Quality & Baaz
effects are tooooo poooor compared to the awesome Sound Quality of the
Inbuilt Radio. All in all an Excellent Phone.
Reviewed by John from England on 13th Feb 2005
Recieved my Nokia 6260 last week. There are a few things to take note
of before you buy one. 1st its big and chunky, If your after a phone
for looks rather than what it can do, look elsewhere (chav). 2nd The
on/off button is annoying as hell to get it to switch on and off, i
struggle to push it in having no nails. 3rd I havnt checked this up
yet but the mmc card looks smaller than a normal mmc card, so im not
sure if u can buy a normal mmc card to upgrade (can someone please verify)
4th The camera takes a bit of getting used to with regard to holding
it and capturing a photo at the same time 5th startup takes awhile,
but aint really 2 much of a problem, its cuz the phone has so much stuff
on it All these problems above are small problems With these problems,
this phone is still excellent, and id recommend it to any person that
wants a very good quality phone with all its features, it has every
thing you could want and personally i love it and im very very happy
Reviewed by Neily from Wales on 12th Feb 2005
This phone is awesome it does everything you want it to and more.Well
done Nokia easy to use and great call quality. OK start up is slow but
hey I can put up with that.
Reviewed by Angela from Philippines on 11th Feb
It's actually a good phone. It has a lot of features that I find useful
in my work. I don't really mind if it's a little big. I also like its
rotating screen features. However, its downside is that the quality
of the pictures are poor compared to the 7200. Color resolution is not
as good as other phones. When I downloaded the pictures into my computer,
they look...well...bad. Even if I opted for the "high" picture quality,
the picture quality is still not acceptable. Also, the picture cannot
be adjusted for size. Another downside is short battery life. I have
to charge my phone once a day or once every two days. But overall, it's
an excellent phone.
Reviewed by Zoe from England on 10th Feb 2005
I have today received my 3rd replacement phone. The voice taging system
has not worked on any of the phones I've had. My new one's camera does
not work either:>( I know 3 other friends who have had this phone. So
out of 12 phones we have sent 12 faulty phone back between us. For all
the hassle I've had, I wish I had never bothered.
Reviewed by richard s from india on 8th Feb 2005
good phone i like very much...better than the v800 that is a brick!
Reviewed by Enzo Ricotta from Harrogate on 7th
What can i say?? I looked at this phone and thought what the hey, it
looks good and the dimensions aint 2 bad....i will trade in my perfectly
good sony ericsson k700i and give this sucker a go. The phone arrived
and i was flabbergasted...the thing is soo big!!! Its like an optical
illusion...dimensions are fine but the design makes it look like a brick!!!
Sacre Bleu!! Its looks made me wanna barf, there was no way i was keeping
it so it got straight back in the post!! Goodbye!! Needless to say i
had the last laugh
Reviewed by haytham from Eygpt on 5th Feb 2005
this phone is the best
Reviewed by Liam from UK on 2nd Feb 2005
Glen im having the sam problem as you: slow start ups, start-up failiure
and an insert sim sign whilst starting up when clearly the sim card
is in place. its a great phone but the reliability lets it down. if
you are thinking of getting this phone, MAKE SURE YOU GET IT INSURED!
trust me its worth the price
Reviewed by CRIPT from UK on 2nd Feb 2005
This phone is superb matt ur dumb gettin a motarola v3 it dosent even
have video capture plus its got 5.5mb memory with carnt be expanded
unlinke 6260 wich takes mmc. every1 that isthinking of gettin this phone
dont let all these fools put u off with there untrue reviews wen i was
ready to buy it i read thesereviews and was put off but wen i got it
i saw the truth its a phone that does almost everything. also yes it
is big but if you actually show people the phone they will be baffled
bu the things it does and forget about the size. trust me people this
is a top quality phone.
Reviewed by Matt from UK on 1st Feb 2005
A phone with a lot of features, however it failed for me in one important
department SIZE. It is a brick, not the sort of thing you really want
to drag around with you, which defeats is main purpose of being a MOBILE
phone. So it went straight back to be replaced with a Motorola V3.
Reviewed by bob from ireland on 1st Feb 2005
appauling phone. its too big and the memeory is rubbish. do not but
Reviewed by joe bob and his undies from pakistan on
1st Feb 2005
myne snapped the screen totally broke off :(
Reviewed by Mintie Todd from Manchester England on
31st Jan 2005
Great phone Jess thanks, robust and full of features, great signal strength
and the mp3 ringtones sound great. I use this phone for business and
the features including pdf files are most useful. I have found the recording
of video most useful, and would recommend it to any other sonny service
members, thanks Nokia, great !
Reviewed by sopper man from England on 30th Jan
this is the best phone in the world i been looking at phone but they
have been bad there is always some thing wrong with them but this one
is the best yet
Reviewed by pals from singapore on 30th Jan 2005
Reviewed by tonichi from Philippines on 28th Jan
It combines functionality with style. Very stylish trims, cool apps
and dynamic memory, rotating display - 6260 can be a 3G video phone
with few mods. A must have!
Reviewed by champ91 from Canada on 27th Jan 2005
The squeaking sound when playing mp3's can be solved by changing the
bit rate of the mp3 to 128 kbps. As for the mp3 play back it is mono
not stereo. overall it's an okay phone; slightly larger than i expected.
Reviewed by Glen from U.K. on 26th Jan 2005
Just got my 3rd Nokia 6260 in 3 months now and i am trying to change
to somthing different (still nokia)! The phone itself i'm happy with
but the reliability is the issue. Everything has worked ok for a month
then it began switching itself off so I'd switch it back on (slow to
boot up but thats what u suffer for a hi function phone). After a few
days of this it wouldn't switch on so away it went for repair. After
20 days nokia sent a new phone saying they couldn't repair it , ok no
problem there. 3 days later same faults happening and insert sim card
fault as well to go with it. So it goes back for repair, I don't know
if this one was repaired/replaced but it has come back and it has started
again with the same problems so i am in the process of seeing if the
phone can be changed to a different model. Anybody else with these problems?
If there are post here then it can be proved to be either A i'm unlucky
with this model phone or B a production problem. Good luck anyone who
has this model but i hope to change mine.
Reviewed by Trish from Philippines on 26th Jan
The first time I saw this phone I was turned off by the size. True,
it is a bit larger than the standard flip phones and that may be a minus
for some people, but I think the plethora of features in has more than
justifies its size. To make it simple, here's a list of pros and cons:
PROS: *good camera quality, the unique palcement is really handy for
self-portraits or group shots wherein the owner has to hold the cam
*nice MP3 player,I love using it in the gym coz I don't have to carry
around a separate music player (it's not as defined as an iPod, but
then again if you REALLY want iPod quality music, why don't you just
actually buy an iPod?) *video, I converted a 30-minute episode of Sex
and the City on DVD to a playable format for the 6260 and now I watch
the episode whenever I feel lik it!:) *system, 6260 runs on Symbian
OS and I'm pleased to find so many applications downloadable on the
Web. *Bluetooth, infrared, I love having Bluetooth coz its so easy to
hook up to my laptop and other devices. I transfer my MP3s and video
files via Bluetooth and it takes no time at all to sync between devices.
Nokia should make this a standard in ALL their higher-end models *needless
to say, its swivel function is really cool, it stands upright unlike
other flip-phones and if I don't wanna use the keypads, its just a quick
flip and I'm in browse mode (also makes the phone half the size) *the
usual feature of Nokia's phones, calendar, notes, wallet etc, are all
familiar good features I love. CONS: * size, for some people it takes
a bit of getting used to, but for all the power this phone packs, I
think getting used to the keypad orientation (esp. the CLEAR and navi
buttons) is worth it. *excellence, this phone is so good you better
watch where you put it or someone may just swipe it from you! ;D
Reviewed by Pranay Rao from India on 23rd Jan
This fone is awesome wat with the cool camera mode n features like the
picture viewer. Finish is pretty good n unlike the samsung d500 its
clamshell design protects the display. The best Nokia Phone till now
n i guess the best value for money smartphone. The applications are
pretty good too. though could have done with some better games which
course can be dloaded. All in all the best phone ive seen or heard.
A must buy.
Reviewed by Mark_in_London from United Kingdon on
19th Jan 2005
I was waiting for this last year but as it was delayed I got a P910i
(review on here) - as usual I missed having a Nokia (7250i). I've just
changed contracts and got this. I'm a bit dissapointed.... The biggest
problem is the MP3 player is totally pointless, why they even bother
mentioning it, I have no idea - they have a cheek and nokia should be
ashamed. It's only in MONO and sounds awful - what the point??? It has
good feature such as creating playlists and all, but why would you want
to? The radio on the other hand is Stereo and sounds good! Another design
failure is the lack of outside screen, on a clam-shell phone of this
calibre it should have some external means of seeing that someone has
called/sent a message. You have to open it to see - not very convenient!
It has an external LED which lights when charging or ringing - they
could have used this to blink if you'd missed something - didnt think
about it very hard did they? The good points.. Lots of others, the screen
is great and a good size. The camera is good for a VGA phone and compares
well to others. All the usual nokia stuff, especially the PC Suite to
control and edit content and features. Sony Eric'n take note!! Overall,
I think I'd choose another phone if I had my time over again, not sure
what one though, maybe another SonyE...
Reviewed by casey from Singapore on 18th Jan 2005
i was waiting until it finally arrived in singapore. this phone, of
my very first impression, was the look and the unique rotating feature
that probably makes me love it so much.. but the only thing was the
price that let me down. at a highly priced S$ 850,it's simply unaffordatble
for me as a secondary student. i juz got the phone 5 days ago and i
so far... nothing hazzles me. i'm quite satisfied with it, especially
with the unique rotating feature that is more than enough to "show off"
in front of others!! secondly, the giant key pad and the screen is much
better than my former Sony ericsson T610, one of the most famous phone
a year ago in singapore. the only thing that i thought should me improved
is to place one more display from the outside. go get the phone... as
for me, it simply fits my personality- flexibility!! hahaa
Reviewed by LL Cool J from UK on 17th Jan 2005
Bought this phone for my girlfriend as a Xmas pressie and have played
a lot with it since, and I have to say, I prefer my Nokia 7610 - mainly
because of the colours on the screen which are far superior to that
on the 6260. Otherwise, the camera on this phone is located in a very
odd place, and its tricky to get a straighforward snapshot. The twist
feature of the screen is excellent and though it hasn't got a screen
on the outside - thats exactly why the screen twists round - so you
can see who's calling, or if you have your phone on silent etc. The
other operating features are virtually identical to that of my 7610,
but with added bits like ability to view Word and Powerpoint files,
tho I haven't tried doing that yet. Having said all of that, my girlfriend
loves it to bits and wanted one for ages, one of the reasons why, was
that it doesn't look like a typical phone when its folded up, and gives
that 'different' look and feel, she'd give it 5 stars, but I'm the one
writing the review, so its only getting four - the washed out colours
on the menu screen loses it one star.
Reviewed by paritosh from india on 12th Jan 2005
IT is the best cell in vga category and even can easily compete with
7610 expect of its camera.it has loads of features that can stuned any
user with its rotating flap it looks like an handycam IT ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Thomas from UK on 9th Jan 2005
Look - keeping in mind this is a ***business-orientated phone*** my
opinion is based on this fact. The phone itself is what you'd expect
from nokia build-quality wise; it's okay, but not fantastic. It's not
the most expensive smart phone by far, and exceeds the 7610 (closest
nokia smartphone to compare to). It has symbian o/s version 7, and i
agree menu transition can be slow, but it's hardly deadly, it takes
about 0.75 secs i'd say at a guess, which isn't a killer. Viewing word
documents works fine, but viewing large powerpoint presentations seems
to make the APP crash sometime, which is a bit rubbish really. The camera
quality's okay, but could've been a megapixel like it's fashion-counterpart
7610. It's cheaper than the razr-v3 and the SE910i, and it does what
you'd expect. It's easy to install applications, and as long as you
download the latest pc-suite, connecting to your pc via bluetooth, infrared,
or data cable should be a breeze. If you want the features of this phone
then go for it - however if you're an adolescent who just wants an expensive
phone, don't waste your pennies, it's for people who require it's features.
If you want a smartphone but don't rely so heavily on features such
as installing lots of applications, and reading word documents, then
go for the 7610, which incidentily also has a 1 megapixel camera, the
6260's is far off 1 megapixel, i think it's 0.5, it'll say in the specifications
above this. Choose carefully, but if you've read the specs and it suits
your lifestyle, this is the phone for you. It's only 130g and it's not
huge, same height as 6230, wee bit wider, it's the weight that makes
it feel a wee bit bigger than what it actually is.
Reviewed by Mannu from India on 9th Jan 2005
Nokia 6260 is beyond words. This phone will give you pleasure of handycam
also and at very good price.It's THE BEST.
Reviewed by Remy from Rwanda on 9th Jan 2005
Got finaly my new Nokia 6260! I'm a Nokialover for the last 5 years,
but this time I was so disapointed. Never imagine to have a bad phone
like this. First the phone is BIG, way too big, couldn't find out on
the internet. The material is poor and will be worse after some time
use. On/off button is wack, camera is hard to use, size of the MMC card
is different means you can't use it anymore on your laptop. I don't
know what to say anymore but don't buy this phone when u're a advanced
user of smartphones, Nokia STOP making folderphones, leave it to Motorola
or Samsung.Only the screen and menu are the better thing at this phone.
I'll look for a buyer a.s.p, still regrett my old 6600 and looking for
Reviewed by tash from australia on 8th Jan 2005
pwaaaaaaaaaaaaa.. this phone is like the best thing ever.. its new in
australian n i got it the other day. lovz it.
Reviewed by Sam from England on 6th Jan 2005
Better One From Nokia... But the Sound Quality and MP3 Player Sucks...
Reviewed by nokia 6260 is da best! from united Kingdom
on 21st Dec 2004
dis fone is the best fone in the world!!!!!!!!! i got wan, all the features
are sik!, its got good themes, looks good,starts of bit slow, but it
is sik! get 1!
Reviewed by T.k from Kuwait on 19th Dec 2004
OMG its the best, most advanced nokia phone i have ever used and experienced
my entire life, its interface,camera capture, image utilities they are
all of hugh quality, and iam very hard to please, the coffee blk texture
is a work of art, it has truley amazed me, its just the best so every
one out there go buy it now, this miracle wont happen again, LOL no
really BUY IT NOW !!!!
Reviewed by annon from great britain on 19th Dec
Why Nokia doesn“t do phones with Microsoft programs? micro2oft $ucks..
that's why. Still, the phone could read office documents so it's OK.
Only slack with the phone is when screen's closed, is still a bit thick.
Perhaps in 1-3 yrs time.
Reviewed by tranchiemtai from vietnam on 17th
nokia 6260 is correct smart phone number one, because it have power
verry big, mp3 verry big mp4 verry beatyful
Reviewed by - from Holland on 15th Dec 2004
It“s a good phone, but it would be much better with Microsoft software!
Why Nokia doesn“t do phones with Microsoft programs? They would be much
Reviewed by Marc from West Wales, UK on 15th Dec
I have fallen madly in love. From the moment I looked at her, I wanted
to have her forever. Thank you, Nokia, for providing me with my one
true love. This phone is the bee's knees, the cat's pyjamas, even the
dog's..well, you get my drift. Nokia have produced probably one of their
greatest phones to date. It has all the essentials all other Nokia phones
have (the menu and layout etc is identical to the 6600, but the 6260
has more) making it instantly accesible. The way they've got the cam
to function is a genius idea. It makes taking photos and video clips
that much easier. The only thing that would've made this phone the undisputed
Best Phone In The World is if it had an LCD screen on the front to show
who was calling before you opened it. Other than that, a simply outstanding
phone. Get one now.
Reviewed by Alex from UK on 13th Dec 2004
i have been waiting ages for nokia to bring out a symbian phone that
incorperates everything and is a clamshell design. my previous phone
was the n-gage but it lacked a camera and the size was difficult for
me. nokia have succeeded in manufacturing a phone which is innotive,
feature packed and affordable! i am very pleased with the phone and
would recommend it to anyone.
Reviewed by Chanchao from Thailand on 13th Dec
I feel especially qualified to review this phone because it's the second
Nokia Series 60 / Symbian phone I've owned. When reading these reviews,
care must be taken to separate the people who just rave about Series60/Symbian
(which is awesome) and this particular phone design/form factor implementation.
In this review I will not comment on anything that's general to the
Series 60 / Symbian operating system, which, as stated, is awesome:
Tons of downloadable applications, multitasking operating system.. it's
the best phone OS around, period. Anyway, so I previously owned a 3650,
one of the earlier Series 60 phones, the one with the weird round dial
keypad, which I came to rather like after getting used to it. Further
background: buying 6250 was only necessitated by my old one getting
nicked. :-( Summary / conclusion: If I hadn't lost my 3650 then 6250
would NOT have been worth the upgrade. However, if you don't currently
own a Symbian smartphone, it's worth considering because it's currently
the most affordable one of the recent models, and looks cool. (Still,
Symbian-phone people don't require "cool" as the OS and apps/games themselves
are already plenty cool enough :) Some good points: * Looks cool, nice
bright display, clam-shell/swivel design Improvements over earlier Series
60 phones: More memory, more colours & brighter display. Better Bluetooth
implementation, Skins & themes, minor user interface tweaks, yada yada..
Email now has SSL support meaning you get to read Google GMail through
POP3 which works incredible. This because GMail auto-archives your mail
after you open it through POP3). This saves a lot of deleting and filing
of old messages. Some flaws: * Build quality. Hello, is this a Nokia?
Doesn't feel like one, but by all means try it yourself. Anyway, with
2 years warranty, this may become Nokia's problem rather than mine.
* It doesn't feel faster than my old 3650!? That one was adequate though,
so is this one. Still you're waiting about 2 seconds before your contacts
show up after pressing the button. You'd think it would be instant with
a more recent phone. No complaints about other thigns, such as T9 text
entry is plenty fast enough. * Ring tone 'euphoniousness' (is that a
word?) is not improved. Adequate, but not concert hall like some Samsungs.
(Again, Symbian people aren't Nancy's who buy phones for their cute
looks & sounds. If you want something that looks and sounds cute, go
get a baby.) * Camera application automatically starts when you swivel
the display. Why? Have to exit the app every time you swivel the display!
Nokia apparently still thinks of a camera as a core use of this thing.
Also the resolution is not as good as other recent Nokia phones, but
having established that phone cameras are toys anyway and that 6260
is affordable, I don't see this as a minus. * Full camera resolution
is ONLY available with the display flat against the base, with the display
pointing at the sky for 'landscape' shots, or sideways (away from you)
for standing-up 'portrait' shots. Any other display position will result
in something like 480x320, not 640x480. Why? (The only think I could
think of may be that the smaller image size may be more usable when
sent to other phones that have smaller displays.. Still.. why not make
this user configurable. For shooting at maximum resolution you now have
to look straight down at the screen, holding the phone horizontally.
My grandfather used to own one of those cameras with the viewfinder
pointing at the sky so you had to look straight down into it. It's exactly
like that! * Awkward placement of the pencil button. This is the button
that even many reviewers don't understand what it does anyway, but it's
used to SELECT TEXT for copying and pasting between applications, AND
to select multiple items, messages, emails, pictures so they can all
be sent or deleted all at the same time. So an ESSENTIAL thing for a
smartphone. With the button so close to the joy-pad, holding the button
and dragging/selecting text to the left becomes VERY difficult. Comments,
rants and flames may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviewed by jeordi from germany on 9th Dec 2004
best fone around.no fone ive seen is better.quite big but is really
good if you get bored of your phones coz youll never get bored of this
Reviewed by Andy from UK on 8th Dec 2004
A fantastic, innovative, cutting edge phone which is a pleasure to own.
Yes it's a little larger than the average phone, but just look at all
the features(Camera, MP3 player, HTML web browser, Word and Powerpoint
viewer, VPN access, Real video player, etc etc)!! If you're not going
to use the wealth of functions this phone offers then get something
smaller and more basic. Simple.
Reviewed by Kalonji from England on 8th Dec 2004
This phone has many, many good points. I love the camera which is good
for nokia standards as i have found there cameras to be inferior to
samsungs. It has a host of features including bluetooth, realplayer,
infra-red, image phonebook etc. However i have found that the battery
does run out very quickly, usually in a matter of two days it needs
charging. Also the phone is extremely large and this can be annoying.
The buttons can feel flimsy at times and the phone a bit plasticy. But
dont be fooled it is a great phone if you can see past the above. Good
Reviewed by Andy from Englang on 7th Dec 2004
I got my phone today, and as someone else said on here, took a dislike
almost instantly. I tried to find positive things that I genuinely liked
but they were few. The camera is rubbish, its big, the build quality
is not great and it feels really cheap. The pre-loaded ringtones are
terrible, there wasn't one I liked. Do yourself a favour and dont get
this phone. If you really want it go and have a look at one first. I
will be sending mine back tomorrow.
Reviewed by Xenion from Romania on 6th Dec 2004
6260 is a nice phone but is not that good , it is rather big for a modern
phone these days , the camera's position sure sukes , playing music
on it is not a pleasant thing to do and some option are really bad .Beside
that it is cool , nice graphics and i like how the screen rotates (this
feature can give you some headaches sometimes). In conlcusion the phone
is not worth it , there are better phones on the market.
Reviewed by Ems from UK on 5th Dec 2004
I havent managed to get my eyes off this phone. I am planning to get
it by xmas. It has everything you could want in a flip phone. Samsung
phones are the most rubbish make ever. If you have a nokia, stick to
nokia. This phone is so fab. thumbs up :) xxx
Reviewed by marvin from malolos, phils. on 4th
It may be different from those other nokias, but though its a fantastic
one. it has so many features but still same with the 6600 and 7610,
but it makes u feel like an executive. It can give you the satisfaction
in voicecall cause it is level both in your mouth and ear. it is not
big as it seems, 6600 is much more bulky than this one. the only problem
with this phone is that the MMC is much smaller than the usual, cause
i have one with my 6600 which doesnt fit, and another thing is that
some mobile phones are already in their 262k colors while this one is
still with its 65k colors, but still i recommend this phone cause this
is something that yo will not regret
Reviewed by jay from england on 3rd Dec 2004
this is just a bad phone.it has everything you need and will rag every
fone even the samsung d500
Reviewed by Hannibal from UK on 3rd Dec 2004
In most respects, this is a superb phone for the price-tag. However
there are several feature that leave a lot to be desired. For a start,
the phone is BIG, there's no hiding the fact that it's a heavy beast
either. The placement of the buttons can prove to be a little fiddly
too, as those with small fingers will find it difficult to stretch to
the function keys whilst texting, whilst those with big fingers will
mash several keys together. The biggest disappointment for me however,
was the much hyped MP3 player. There's not a lot of point of having
expandable memory when the sound quality is so poor it's practically
unusable. There is no bass at all, and no sttings to rectify the problem.
I initially thought it was the headphones - but the radio is crystal
clear. What's going on, Nokia? I'm assuming this is a problem with their
software which should hopefully be able to be fixed in the future. I
bought this phone as i cannot afford an MP3 player and a phone. If music's
you r thing - remember this is a phone first and foremost.
Reviewed by Michael from UK on 30th Nov 2004
Just arrived today and as soon as I opened the box I took an instant
dislike to it, Why? It's just too BIG. Maybe it is a great phone but
I'm after something small. I knew I should have gone to a store first
before buying online, oh well on the hunt for another while I send this
Reviewed by Stoley from UK on 26th Nov 2004
Good reviews are hard to find, and this is a popular phone so I will
try to be as objective as possible. Faults: - There are definitely some
quality control issues with the 6260. I returned the 1st one due to
a huge gap down the upper clam shell seam, where the top half meets
the bottom half of the upper sandwich (get it?). - My new phones battery
cover looks to be about 1mm small all around the edge, it puts on snug
enough and doesn't move but the 1mm gap looks a bit dodgy. - The main
screen seems to be rotated approx 1 - 2 degrees to the right, not a
problem but now and then it catches your eye and gives you a complex
for a few minutes. - When closed the top half of the clamshell is not
flush with the bottom half, it rides off the left edge of the bottom
half (imagine if it is closed and on a table) about 1mm. This, I believe,
stems from the rotating hinge where the clamshell joins as this also
is leaning slightly to the left. Questionables: The casing is light
and does feel a little plasticy, however, excluding the above faults,
the camera feels tight and sturdy maintaining a good balance when in
any of the 4 modes. The On / Off button is possibly recessed too far
but it stops you accidentally turning it off, although quickly applying
profiles takes some getting used to, as this is done by a menu accessed
with a quick push of the On / Off key. Screen: Having been a user of
the Sharp GX 20 the 1st thing that that grabbed me was that the screen
had less pixels. Don't get me wrong, the screen on the 6260 is very
bright and clear but some of my transferred pictures have jaggies and
generally don't look and smooth as the GX 20. Still, the screen uses
real estate in a much friendlier way than the ridiculas Vodafone menu
on the Sharp which makes navigation much easier. So that's chalk one
against the 6260, not a move up in terms of screen quality. Buttons:
The lower set of buttons are of a perfect size for me and feel comfortable
whilst using them. The upper ser (below the screen) also feel the right
size. I have found the separated keypads to be no trouble in general
use. SMS and typing is a bit frustrating as I continue to press Cancel
(which exits the sms I'm typing) instead of C for backspace. I will
no doubt get used to this. The directional pad works well but does not
recede deep enough into the phone when you push it! Also, it should
feel like a click at the end (no sound) so you are sure you've pushed
it, but no. The centre button is easily pressed if you don't concentrate.
Games are also a nuisance but, having the ability to fold the screen
around makes up for all of these issues. Camera: Compared to the GX
20 i'Ts a bit rubbish. No flash, no exposure,etc and you never quite
know how big your picture will be. The pictures are not saturated enough
and are very grainy. Don't think that I expect too much, I only expect
a years advancement after all, look at how digital camera improve in
12 months! No excuse nokia, 1mp is not really necessary in a phone,
but at least improving the quality of your 640*480 hardware / software
would be a good addition to this camera! Sound: I thought the 6260 would
be the phone to replace my Sony PDA for MP3 playback. No. Plain and
simple, I though my PDA output was okayish but there simply is no bass
on the 6260. No stereo either! Mono would be good if it didn't remove
the bass and reduce the volume. Trust me, I've tried mixing a track
in Adobe Audition to sound better and it still sounds bad, you can listen
to it, but you wouldn't enjoy it whilst on the bus to work! The radio
sounds great and auto tunes into all available stations for you. It
is a marked difference between MP3, if only songs off card sounded as
rich as the radio. The external speaker is clear but quiet and distorts
when you approach max volume, better when listening to the radio but
still quiet. OS: Symbian. This is a great system for mobiles. N-GAGA
games work, well, some. Most things I've thrown at it seem to work except
for camera/mp3 and picture apps. After starting up the phone pauses
when entering the menu for the 1st time, but after that works quickly
and without fail. Multi-tasking is fantastic! I am pleased with the
Nokia 6260 overall, my biggest complaint is the half baked MP3 playback,
almost a shame I BOUGHT A 256MB RSMMC CARD!. Ah well. It is as big as
I'd consider in a handset but the features make it a winner in my book!
Reviewed by matt from gb on 25th Nov 2004
Have alsways had nokias. Brilliant features. But Poorly built. Feels
like a cheap bit of plastic. V disappointed. Am sending it back!
Reviewed by Jonny Jon Jon from England on 22nd
Fantastic phone, any feature anyone could ever need all in one place.
Im well chuffed with mine - 5*'s back of the net
Reviewed by Mohamed S. A from Palestine on 21st
The phone is very nice, i like it a lot it has all the features anyone
needs in a single phone. Everybody who sees it and checke it up thinks
the same. Really WELL DONE NOKIA Salam
Reviewed by Jose from Philippines on 19th Nov
First I got my eyes on the N6170 since March till I finally realized
that its not such a great phone... no bluetooth? no memory card? so
finally made up my mind to get the N6260. Been waiting for this phone
to come out since June. Finally got it early this november. Compared
to the the previous phones I've had, this phone's way the biggest and
yet the best! I mean compared to the N8210 and N6100? c'mon - HUGE diff!
But hey, I love it. Yes I agree with the downsides of the phone as mentioned
above like the keypad issue? Well you should have figured that out the
moment you saw the actual phone! I had no problems with it since I always
use both my hands when sending text messages. Though the camera was
yeah, a dissapointment to me but its a camera nonetheless. Can finally
take photos and shoot videos of memorable events - CAMCORDER STYLE!
Its a phone that has everything in it, for me at least. There's just
so much to say about this phone, its been more than 2 weeks now since
I g ot it and I can't lay my eyes and hands off it. But I'll end it
here and let you find out more about the phone. The N6260 is stylish,
sophisticated, and definitely practical. Thats all I can say.
Reviewed by just me from Finland on 18th Nov 2004
The phone is amazing... it isn't slow, just like computer it takes few
minutes to start and then it runs perfectly... My 6260 is at this time
in service, there was a little displacement in the clam. Yesterday it
came back and the problem was fixed but the shell was a bit open and
now it has gone back to be fixed =)... The phone is perfect, I have
bumbed into some occasions like my problem that there are some faults
in the phone like the clam or the starting button. You just have to
buy a faultless piece ;) The phone itself is perfect and all of the
n-gage games work on it!
Reviewed by bendik from norway on 18th Nov 2004
this is the best phones ever.It have a very good camera and the mp3
whit real oneplayer is the best way too play mp3s
Reviewed by adam from england on 17th Nov 2004
great, everything you need in a phone thi has a+++++++++++++
Reviewed by DOM from UK on 17th Nov 2004
I Have received my Nokia 6260 today, having always had Nokia I transfered
to the dark side of the force,Samsung E700 last year. When the 6260
became available, I thought I would return to the Nokia fold. First
impresions poor build quality, screen housing is poorly put together,
the dimensions much are to big. The functionality and ergonomics are
poorly thought through. The talk time is over rated. Generally very
disapointed, not impressed, I will be returning my phone tomorrow.
Reviewed by faisal muna from england on 15th Nov
big dissapiontment, i got my phone last week, first of all its too big,
its like carrying a brick in ur hand, and yes fair enough it has great
features, but they are so hard to use, your better of getting the samsung
Reviewed by Matthew from England on 13th Nov 2004
THIS IS THE BEST PHONE EVER. I KEEP READING ABOUT IT AND IM GOING TO
SAVE UP FOR IT AND GET IT. WELL DONE NOKIA ANOTHER VERY GOOD PHONE!
Reviewed by Nokia Lover from England on 11th Nov
This phone is absolutely outstanding. its got everything you will ever
need in a phone including bluetooth,infrared,ptt,symbian operating system.
you can even play a few n-gage games on it! i definately recommend everyone
buys this phone cos its the best on the market BAR NONE!! its also much
cheaper than most phones and is half the price of the p910i
Reviewed by Lance Lim Wan Xiong from Malaysia on
11th Nov 2004
For non nokia lovers please do not compare other phones with this. Nokia
has tried to push its way up like other phone. However i think nokia
cellphones are acceptable these days. The only main thing that nokia
had to do is to improve thier colour screen, a larger one like 176x220
pixels will do with megapixel cameras such as the Sony Ercisson S700.
Nokia 6260 has an innovative design like no other i had seen. Even if
i would to compare Nokia 6260 with Sony Ericsson S700. I would rather
choose Nokia 6260.
Reviewed by Mikae from Sweden on 11th Nov 2004
It gives a cheap impression (at least at close range). Slow start-up.
Very "plastic" feeling. Hard to turn on and off. Slow menu.
Reviewed by Honestjoe from England on 9th Nov
Sorry nokia lovers but this phone is a big disappointment. It has a
great spec but none of the features work particularly well in my opinion.
It also feels very cheap. Although I thought it was a nice idea to twist
the screen around, in reality it has no use whatsoever and very often
the screen wobbles as the locking position doesn't work. The keys move
around, the camera quality is awful, the ringtones sound very basic
and the software is no more impressive than a lot of built-in features
on most phones. I'm not gonna try and convince you buy another phone
like everyone else because I'm sure you can make your own mind, but
please try it before you buy it. Although I desperately wanted to like
it, it's done enough to convince me that a nokia is not the way forward.
Reviewed by Jon from Netherlands on 7th Nov 2004
Well i hvae had my heart on this phone for months, but compared to the
new samsung d500 (whihc has bletooth FINALLY) i can say it does not
compare.. Sorry nokia but im going to buy my first Samsung.. instead,
80mb space, 1.3m pixle camera.. WOW
Reviewed by Parvinder Singh Walia from india on
7th Nov 2004
it has been more than a week i am using this phone, very good phone
but little complicated or sensitive than 6600. but i don mind as it
has all the features ,fm and mp3 palyer. sound quality is too good.and
it has an touch of elegance to it. it is much much better than 6600
handy cam type camera view is very exiting. just go n grab it guyz
Reviewed by Amir from Netherlands on 5th Nov 2004
The phone is very much as 6600 The only changes are The the swap and
the cam and not to mention the clamshell his self. But I like the phone
very much and I know that the phone isn't that perfect but If you like
the options of the phone 7610 but not the disign than I can assure you
that this choice is excelent. THe only badpoint I see are the cam modes
and the cam him self. And the price of course is very high.
Reviewed by Eamon from Ireland on 4th Nov 2004
I got this phone last week and so far am happy with it. A few things
let it down in my opinion though; it is fiddly to turn it on or off,
it takes too long to navigate to the menu items you use frequently because
most items cannot be added to the handy "Go To" (shortcut)menu; an alarm
that can be set for the week would be handy as in the SonyEricsson T610
I previously had. Also the Bluetooth connectivity could be improved
as I cannot no matter what I try - connect with all the features supplied
in the bundled Nokia Suite software, pictures or sounds apart. It is
definitely stylish though and I love the large keypad compared to the
Reviewed by Sean Sushi from South Africa on 4th
Ok, so this is a great phone, but still... I hear people moaning that
the 6260's clear/cancel button is placed in the wrong place, and that
the 0.3 Megapixel camera isn't excellent... But then again, has anyone
seen a phone taht doesnt have any downsides? To solve the 'problem'
of the camera, there are many cam-apps one can download to improve that...
This is after all a Symbian 7.1 phone, which is more updated now than
the latest version of the 6600 which resembles and feels like holding
a brick in your hand! The hot-swap MMC is great, no havin to turn off
the phone to change MMC's, and it can handle bigger MMC's than the 6600
can too... All i want to know is if it has MPG/AVI playback or if there
are any applications to allow this playback... Think about this, if
these so called 'problems' werent on this phone, they would eventually
appear on better phones, and thus us moaning then too. This Phone is
one of the best phones ive had so far.. Congrats Nokia, Keep Them Rolling
Off The Production Line...
Reviewed by Rashid from uk on 4th Nov 2004
this phone is amazing nokia among all nokia phone. it has almost everything
what you aspect in a phone. the only problms is size is bit bigger.
anyway i am happy with this phone.
Reviewed by AJK from UK on 1st Nov 2004
I just got this phone today and i find it fantastic, the vid cam isnt
the best but hey, its a vid cam. ive not properly had a look but i will
when i get home. But so far, so good.
Reviewed by Kristina Cojuangco Aquino from Wack-Wack,
Philippines on 30th Oct 2004
I have bought the phone almost a week now. I do like the phone, however,
I really hated it because it annoys me every time I have to change some
things every time I text because the Cancel Key is located on the lower
part of the screen, which is perpendicular to the keypads. I also do
not think that the Nokia 6260 is comparable with the SE P900 because
my brother also has a phone like that because P900 is way-way farther
than 6260. Here, the P900 costs $805, while the 6260 only costs $445.
Reviewed by Bax from Australia on 29th Oct 2004
Well, I gave it a 3, It's definately a feature packed exciting phone,
but its definately not small. When folded closed or in browse mode yes..
But when flipped open god damn!!! Look out And for the price its actually
a bargain I thought, only 600AUD compared to the 1000 or so that the
6230 is going for, same phone, smaller and without the Symbian OS!!
Just think about how much you can do with the Symbian OS that you can't
do with similar phones without. Fair enough its a Clamshell and Nokia
haven't really done wonders with them before, but I think this time
it adds a bit more practicality to an otherwise bulky phone.. For example,
look at all their other Smart phones, HUGE. The 6260 is also huge, but
you have the option of reducing its size. At least I know I definately
won't be carrying it around in my pocket that often. Well at this stage
I think it will be too big. All in all I think its an awesome phone,
it has everything anybody could possibly want, and if it doesn't have
it, Symbian OS allows you to install the application, and with the amount
of aftermarket applications around, that shouldn't be a problem to find.
Size and Weight are the only issues I have. Oh, and I would say the
non 1mp camera is an issue.. But once more, Symbian OS with a program
called PhotoAcute remedies that.
Reviewed by fat tony from england on 28th Oct
this phone is the must get phone. amazing! only problem is youve got
to get it on contract
Reviewed by EGG from DEN/ENG on 27th Oct 2004
nokia hater, does the p900 look and feel like a brick - YES does the
p900 break easily - Yes does the p900 have swivel turny screen like
the 6260 - NO Let the pros deal with the nokias while the posers deal
with the ericssons
Reviewed by Donna Ewin from UK on 22nd Oct 2004
Excellent phone Nokias best ever. All that most peeps could ever wish
for and thanks also to the guys at phones2udirect for a wicked deal
Reviewed by Alex from England on 19th Oct 2004
Just got the phone, like to listen to music. The sound quality is appaling!
Anyone else tried listening to music and felt the same or is my phone
Reviewed by Legend from Scotland on 19th Oct 2004
This phone is the business. I much prefer it to the 6600! Its got style
- a great screen and is easy to use. I have just bought mine in London
though its not available in the shops yet. A quality product.
Reviewed by Tim Hovell from United Kingdom on
19th Oct 2004
Wait wait wait!!! I have this phone sitting in front of me and tomorrow
it is going back. Firstly this phone is amazing but it has it's down
sides, and when your paying big bucks for a handset like this you really
have to expect the best. The phone is about the same size as the first
3G NEC handsets and this came as abit of a suprise on opening the box.
The power on button in the right hand corner is designed for a woman
with long nails, i have average size fingers and i struggled to turn
it off or on. Also the screen is very flimsy, but at the same time very
impresive display colour wise. Also the buttons are in the wrong place.
If your texting someone and you make a mistake you have to press the
cancel button under the screen, which can be a bit annoying. Nokia have
only to my knowledge released a handful of "flip" phones and none of
them have set the world alight. Please don't think i am saying this
phone is rubbish because it isn't, it is amazing and will surely turn
heads but if you want to get a phone like this you may as well wait
until the major UK networks release their 3G handsets later this year
and early next year.
Reviewed by Johnny B Goode from Russian Federation on
18th Oct 2004
This is a very good phone for buisness! And New nokia hater - how much
cost your p900 and this nokia??? I think this is a very good phone?
but in december i will buy NOKIA 6630 and that phone i`ll give to my
Reviewed by Monkfish Bandana from Wales on 17th
By the way New Nokia Hater is an idiot.
Reviewed by Eoghan from Ireland on 15th Oct 2004
i havent actually bought the phone yet but from what ive seen and heard
and read it seems to be an almighty phone. i think that New Nokia Hater
just doesnt like nokias i dont think you should listen to him. im going
to try it out and if youre interested i think you should to, plus it
looks sexual and it has loads of class stuff that i can imagine will
keep me at it for hours. when i buy it i will let you know what its
like. Ć?ire - 32 Countys
Reviewed by Hans from Sweden on 14th Oct 2004
The best phone ever.
Reviewed by Shellshock from Romania on 10th Oct
I think is the best phone ever in this moment...
Reviewed by Penrose from ASIA on 5th Oct 2004
I have found this phone changed my working life, so easy to use and
the interface is amazing. Well done Nokia another great phone.
Reviewed by Flint from Russia on 5th Oct 2004
Looks fine! Works fine! Very qualitative phone. SE P900 looks as big
mistake with his poor usability :)
Reviewed by New Nokia Hater from The mighty England on
2nd Oct 2004
It suks big time. Ive taken it back and bought a Sony Ericsson P900.
Want my advice dont buy this phone, i hardly got any support , i am
sort of glad it happened sooner rather than later though. My new P900
outclasses it in everyway