My first smartphone.
After lusting for the Radio Shack Tandy(?) Pocket computer for years, finally the 3650 comes along and is a justifiable purchase.
I chose it over the other flip phones for its' larger COLOR screen, not knowing everything it was going to open up to me.
I still have the device, probably in great condition, as it was always kept in a leather case, but I haven't tried to power it up in many years.
This phone was awesome! I miss Nokia Symbian OS.
Rock solid and reliable!
My first smartphone, I was totally in love with Symbian and Nokia. And had such fun with the VGA camera. Good ol' times :)
This was my first real "smartphone".. love this phone, and s60 platform.
at school i managed to turn tv off at middle of scool tests xD Infrared app...
Majid A, 10 Jan 2015I bought it at spring 2003. I have so much memories of it. First camera phone I had.it means n... moreoh, yes!!! wonderful pictures on this phone. had one enlarged of my grandson and framed! people cannot believe it was a phone camera pic. of course it is obsolete now and out of use, but i still have it!!! loved the fact that it had a card for pictures which could be taken to the store and printed! the clerk could not believe it!
I bought it at spring 2003. I have so much memories of it. First camera phone I had.it means nostalgia for me. Hail to NOKIA.I'll keep all pictures taken by it on my PC till die.
had this one before and it was hard to send a text message due to phone keypads. still a reliable phone. used it for 4 years but unfortunately her time has come to an end :-(
HEY ppl i am the proud owner of the Nokia 3650 and to date it works perfectly fine. yes i know it is a old phone, i bought this phone in India in 2002 when it first launched there is one little problem with the phone though, i live in south africa and form 2002 untill date i still cannot get spares for the phone in case i one day need it and more of all i need the housing for the phone if any cone can help or suggest please mail me email@example.com
James Arnold, 16 Oct 2013I love this phone, it's 10.2 (Pizza) android is unbeatableIt has Symbian, not Android.
I bought my 3650 in 2003 from a guy I met in a bar for the equivalent of $450 if you can believe it. (In 2003 money at that...)
The phone is still going strong even after being dropped on the ground umpteen times and breaking in 3 or 4 parts each time. I'd just snap it back together and be on my merry way.
I'd like to see the 'smart'phone you can expect to pick up off the ground unscathed...or else to last 11 years. It's become a real friend.
Now I wonder, because I cannot find it in the user manual, how to lock the keys temporarily so as not to pocket-dial anybody by mistake. Does anybody here know?
If so, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
My sister and a classmate had this phone back in late 2003. Until now, this phone intrigues me because it was the first phone I saw which could play not just ringtones, but real music. I am surprised that the Bluetooth technology had already been introduced in this phone.