This is the best basic phone from Nokia. The best reception and amazing battery life until now. Excellent replacement for my Philips Xenium 9@9++ which my wife stollen from me.
hello everyone, im planning to buy this phone this coming february...what do you think guys and gals out there...advise me up? is it a good phone or not? im not into downloading stuffs and things like that? Hope this phone has great SMS and also good for calls...
Can anyone tell me how many messages i can save on Nokia 1600.
is there a cable data for the nokia 1600, so i can download tones?
this phone is fast becoming the most popular in NIGERIA since the 3310 model. Nokia u did well - u kept it simple and nice
Nokia 1600 is for those who want a basic and user friendly phone. You can really complain for such a price. You can't expect so many good features for this price. Bear this in mind 1600 is a basic good communication gadget.
I want to buy nokia 1600
i want to know it is GPRS enabled? can i connect data cable with pcs
Its original price also
plz tell me
i dont understand why the phone is sold without its download cable. then whats the use mp3 feature?pls tell us where we could get the cable
had my great little 1600 9weeks. speakerphone is good ,this set is excellent value 4 your money,it performes its functions with style.i also have,6610 +3310 +3315 + moto e398 + sagem my c2.ok the 1600 nokia has a real little gem with this one the r/tones are alive wow.
plsssssssssss tell how to download the ringtones. I guess this phone cant play the downloadable stuff
i am 13 and thought i should Buy myself a phone, i saw the 1600, it is a great phone but i get frustrated at not being able to download wallapers or Polyfonic Ringtones, but all in all its a good phone. also at a great price at only $89 Australian
The Nokia 1600 is a smash hit in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The rIngtones are fine and the piece is smooth.
I was read on www.nokia.com, it said there is no cable data for Nokia 1600, so why did they put a port below it? The port looks like on http://www.mobilmania.cz/Artic...le=%2F31.jpg
So please tell, me what is that port can use to if there is no Original Cable for Nokia 1600?
I got one as a free unit when I subscribed for Sun Cellular, here in the Philippines. I must admit that Nokia has done a great job in making the phone more responsive in such a small package. It is a big improvement from my old Nokia 6610 in terms of screen refresh, ringtone quality and keypad response. The speakerphone is amazingly loud and clear, and I am satisfied with its battery life.
However I find the claustrophobic menu very annoying. Imagine using SMS with a tiny three-liner display (two-liner in large mode)! And no calendar! the chinese lunar calendar is chinese only and I wouldn't be able to use it. The talking clock is just that: a talking clock. It works. And where is the infrared? They should have provided a cable or something so it can be synced with a computer or another phone.
If you want a really cheap colored phone where you can call and send SMS, then this is for you. If you want a simple and chic phone for your day to day life and you're happy with a small display go and buy it now. If you find it really cute then come and get it!
I'm going to see if I can replace this with a Sony Ericsson J210 tomorrow. It has a bigger and brighter screen, a calendar, and it has infrared. I don't need the loudspeaker anyway because I can buy a handsfree kit at a nearby shop.
It's perfect for me... I have had lots of cameraphones, and I conclude that you don't need all those stuffs in one phone. For me, it's very practical.
1. If you have a cameraphone with a built-in low resolution/pixel camera, and mp3 player with a very limited capacity, would you be satisfied?
2. If the Mp3 player/Camera features in your phone malfunctions, would you still be liking your phone? Are you sure you want to keep it like that forever?
3. So what's with downloading lots of ringtone? Are the listeners be the one who'll answer your phone?
4. In every multimedia phone, something is always missing... could it be what you wanted? When all you need from a phone is calling and texting.
5. I don't know about the other countries, but here in the Philippines, there are lots of hold-uppers and snatchers, so this phone won't give you much pain when it got snatched/robbed, because you could always afford to buy another one.