I had this phone, then I exchanged it because it was so terrible.
The signal is really bad, the sound quality to terrible, the picture is terrible. There aren't many features, when you press a button it hangs for a minute like it freezes.
I will say that it may just be that I got a defective phone but just the overall feel is so bad I would think it is because the phone was so cheaply made. The phone is so lightweight it feels cheap, the case is really cheap as well. Had I of known this before I bought the phone I would have gladly spent more money to save myself the time of exchanging it
My wife and I both bought one of these phones, we both have encountered the same two problems - 1, it keeps turning itself off, many times I go to send a text message or see why I haven't received a call I'm expecting and find that the phone has turned itself off, this happens to my wife's phone too
2, the 'silent' icon has disappeared and won't come back
There are five (5) Basic Groups of phone:
Low-end: Basic features like sms, voice call, good battery life.
Not-so-low-end: sms, voice call, gprs, bluetooth and mp3 tones.
Mid-range: SMS, voice call, camera, bluetooth, themes, ringtones, music and video player, gprs, edge *probably 3g too..
High-end: SMS, voice, 3g, HSDPA, GPS, high-reso camera with extra features,VGA video recording, great music player, bluetooth, wifi, office apps, good web browser.
Ultra High-End: SMS, voice, 3g, HSDPA, GPS, high-reso camera with extra features,VGA video recording, great music player, bluetooth, wifi, office apps, good web browser, Rocket launchers, Javelin, Flame-throwers, 7.62 cal. automatic rifle and USB mass storage support..
There are no function of 3gp video player & no fuction of Calculator & Conversion. This is nokia's total wasted set.
Good phone, But memory is restrictive, should have considered that it has bluetooth and internet connection hence the need for more memory. Designer flaw?
I think that the money spent for this nokia was really worth it but its not.You cant even use bluetooth to get songs on your phone cause of memory.It does not even have a camera and is so expensive.I get better buys with other brands man.
this phone sucks,due to its memory..................................................otherwise this phone is cool
This phone sucks because of the memory and screen... Everything else is ok... I have space for only 2 MP3 ringtones! Design is cool
Wake up GSMarena this phone is out for ages ago, it's almost outdated
Anonymous, 25 Jul 2008i wanna no if you can put music onit 2660 is not music downlodable only you can download games............
Anonymous, 25 Jul 2008i wanna no if you can put music onit
mediocre phone without any options to personalize due to its lack of memory. It's so limited, you need to constantly empty your text message inbox, or the phone will be out of resources. Makes no sense to me why Nokia decided to put only 2 mb of memory.
Other than that, reception is poor compared to other Nokia phones (I have an e65 and it's got no such problems within the same area). I would definitely not buy it, my company forced me to use it because of camera restrictions. If you are planning to buy a phone without camera, better go for the Nokia 1100. It's got a black and white screen and no features whatsoever, but at least it doesn't have reception problems, and it's got an impressive battery time. Anyway, you won't get nothing out of the 2660 featurewise, as it's so limited, even the calculator takes ages to open. Hope this review is useful.
i love this phone! its not complicated to use ive had no dusplay problems or anything. i wish it could hold music or if it does i wish i new how to put music on it. i also wish it had a camera but it can send and recieve texts and call and thats all you really need!!!
i have the 6116 model.. and it's the exact same design.. except mine has a antenna and no blue tooth! :(
this fone sucks!!!...i bought it a week back and it has the worst display problems...the icons just disappear!
I hate this phone for one main reason. It's design is greatly flawed.
This thing is as slippery as a bar of soap. I've had mine several months now, and I don't know how many times I've dropped the thing just trying to open or close it or get it out to make a call. I know I'm not THAT clumsy. I need a phone that's designed to stick to my fingers and stay in my hand. Did the Nokia designers that came up with this thing ever hear of ergonomics?