nice phone, very practical. nokia is really a user friendly phone compared to my smartphone.
nokia 1600 can hold to many messages in the inbox. I put there over 50 messages.
hi this phone say it has a shared memory of 4mb on what? i have purchased this phone last week was not satisfied at all, it doesn't have gprs so how could you send a mp3 or download a games, and the standard package doesn't come with a data cable either, doesn't have multiple phonebook, and it can hold up to 100SMS but where would you put because you can't create a folder for each type of SMS, the only thing good of this phone is fast am i right about this one?
I wanna buy this phone, but I want to know something about it. Does anybody know how many days is its lasting between two consecutive charges, in a normal use (I mean with 5 calls and 10 sms /day) ? Please email me or answer to me here. Thank upu in advance.
i lurve this phone...its way betta than my LGU981 summit. I no its gt no camera etc but my actual camera phone does even have a decent camera. SO i love this fone! u get the basics & u get them ryt!
well i love the phone but i don't know that why it doesn't have a calendar.
i don't know how to download games.
well i love games i am interested in driving games.
if anyone can helpme please contact me.
hello people can anyone help me how many SMS this phone can hold? i don't know is the 4mb shared memory is also shared with the SMS
Oh and regarding the question if it can play mp3 as ringtones. I don't really know. What I know is that it has a composer so maybe with the help of a software you can find precomposed ringtones.
After 3 days of living with the Nokia 1600 and after 2 years of heavy use of Nokia 6100 my comments are:
First of all realise that this is a mobile phone, which captures the initial "definition" of it to its best, ie talk and text.
+ Very good size and weight (pretty much like the 6100)
+ Very easy to use. Numeric shortcuts have been taken out (unfortunately) BUT there is a programmable key which can hold a list of your shortcuts and it also uses numeric ones. This is for me a very great feature as on the touch of the button I have my favourite servives.
+ You can FINALLY change the alarm tone which is a blessing as you get sick to listening to the same tune after a while (unlike the 6100).
+You can COPY your contacts to the sim card from the phone and vice versa with "a single click". (unlike 6100)
+ It pretty much has all the extras (games, calculator, converter, etc.)
+ Nice polyphonic
Now some minus points that I find mostly irritating.
- It is DUAL band.... Why couldn't you build it as a tri-band. Even 6100 which is like 4 years old is triband.
- Multiple numbers/name. Whyyyyyyy? Even again the 6100 does have that. And considering that you can only save 200 numbers in the phone list.... is pretty annoying.
- Right key on the crosspad is fixed to demo. I mean after the first day I am sure that I do not need to refer to the demo for learning how to dial a number. What a waste of a key?
- Does ANYBODY really have a clue about this famous mini DUK cable? And does the nokia software support it?
Overall, I like the phone and I don't give a damn about camera, mp3 players, ringtones etc... If it only had the above features then it would be the ideal handset for me. Now somewhere around 65-70 percent.
It's a Very Good Model with some cool basic features.
But, i experienced this network problem, after i make/receive a call, my network is lost for 25-30 seconds...i'm using Hutch.
Don't know if, its the instrument problem or the service provider problem or the mobile software problem....
Does anybody know, why this problem is occuring?
Far More for Far Less.Its a Jewel in The Crown.Expect BEYOND, expect NOKIA.
He knows a lot for 100 $, if you want games or internet buy an X-Box or an PC !!!
I think that this a super mobile phone,I love it man! It*s fast and furious :-)
the most primitive phone i've ever seen. totally SUCKS! no internet, no USB, this... display... i give up!