This is the most disappointing thing I've ever bought. Can you believe in this technological age you get new phones that don't give caller ID? Is Nokia heading back to the stone age? Do I have to memorise my entire contact list to know who is calling? After one month the plastic cover over the hinge broke - though it's never been dropped or handled roughly. I hate the fact that it answers itself in 5 seconds. And the keypad is stubborn! Now that the cover is broken I can't even sell it.
I never even considered getting anything but Nokia, but now I skip the Nokia-shelf altogether. Tragic!
phone sucks!! although its good tat the krypads r waterproof, its really hard to sms.. i dun recommend it for sms-ers (like me).. the screen is really small..
this phone has some design problem with the keypad, some keys are not functioning properly as the knob behind the letters are not pressing the button accurately.
Can anyone tell me how to set this dreadful phone so that my incoming text messages show the senders name instead of the number? I have to keep a piece of paper with all of my contacts numbers handy so that I can find out who sent me a message. I'll never havw another one of these.
I love this phone it is ultra thin and is the most ultra thin phone available in the world know to man. i enjoy the quality of the screen as it is has quality which is equal to my television. despite not having a camera this is still my most keen phone i will ever use. i am the height of fashion in my town with this so all you people who do not like this can suck an egg!
Well, if you want a sturdy phone, i wouldnt go for a clamshell design because its just another thing to break. The regular rectangle shape is much better so i say go for the 5140 or 5140i
Danlak, if you want a very resistant phone for your employees you should get them 5140:s. They are slightly more expensive though, I am afraid...
I am considering purchasing this phone for my pool company employees, it needs to be hard wearing and resistant. I wuld assume because of its thick, basic clamshell design, rubber keypad with no gaps between that it would be so. Any comments?
bought one for my wife. but recently she got me angry and out of stupid anger i submerged the phone in cold water for a couple of minutes while it was still switched on. wife was unaware. the phone went off by itself. happy that i had succeeded in destroying the phone, it was left un unused for a couple of days. i later made up with wife and, full of regrets, im went for the phone and tried to switch it back on. to my greatest shock and joy, it started working perfectly and up till now my wife hadn no idea what happened. a wonderful miracle. for me, its nokia tii death do us part.nokia 2650!
the phone is lovely especially the features and even its shape makes it so beautifull
i had this one almost 10 mnths. no complains. no defects. for people likes for purity and minimalism in things.
I work in a phone shop and this is one of worst phones you can buy! Out of the 10 we sell, 6 will come back with problems (software defaults, cover breaks, sms problems, and so on), not one I would recommend...
I call this the Nokia bananna-lounge phone because it looks like a bananne-lounge ...no offense Nokia. Some of the Nokia features I really love in this phone are Nokia MP3 ringtones... they're just like normal MP3's but they have Nokia stickers on them. I also like the Nokia Bluetooth ...it's almost the sma eas standard Bluetooth but the colour shade is slightly different ...you can't be the same as everyone else you know. The WiFi feature is heaps good too... it's super sensitive...at times I can pick-up WiFi from a hotspot in a local Japanese cafe ...but I'm all the way in Australia... that's what I like to call a PowerFeature(TM). You know, some say it's possible to get better phones phones ...but I have my doubts...this ones a crowd pleaser... and I'm proud to brag about it. Good onya Nokia.... keep up the good work.