parraket, 04 Apr 2013I cannot open the back to insert battery. I there a simple way of doing it?Just grip the back by the sides and pull. Job done!!!
im really love this type,unfortunately mine was lost,so where i can get it again?
I cannot open the back to insert battery. I there a simple way of doing it?
cannot download pictures in gallery with a usb cable ca50 why and nokia website saying not connected
sara, 04 Mar 2013its so waste B'coz no memory card itself dear Sara...
this phone have nt card Slot..
this phone is very Lucky for me...
Bcoz i saved my Msgs approx 12500+ in this phone...
that timed i m Called by the name of SmS King.....
please answer my question about how to open the blue tooth, when i try to open it, it wont open. i tried to search for devices, but it can't search. please do answer my question. thank you.
I hat so muc dis phone cause it very slow and does not support 3D games
Back in the day when a phone was a PHONE, Nokia phones were intuitive in their operation. Now, even with only a few other features, the 2760 is a bit silly esp when setting the alarm or wanting to send a txt to a contact whose number is not readily remembered. I know how to do these things, it's just awkward the way the phone is set up to do them. 5 out of 10.
Nice phone to have one for style and connectivity and talk but the battery doesnt work as it is claimed. it shows a little less signal as compared to other low end phone of nokia.but feature wise good except two things, it has no external memory and it doesnt support streaming.
The phone is simple to use. Setup is easy and doing any special configurations is a simple task.
Reception isn't too bad considering this is a clam-shell type. Haven't had much trouble with dropped calls in areas with marginal provider coverage.
Screen is easy enough to read and to customize. Phone buttons seem adequate in size for even my fumbling digits.
FM reception could be a bit better but it's not too bad. If in a city or other area where there are broadcast towers then naturally there is no problem tuning into any of those local stations. When in a fringe area the reception is not quite as good. Where I live I am on the fringe of stations in a city 65 miles away. My home stereo and portable radio can pick up almost all of the stations from that city but this phone will only pick up the 3 or 4 with the strongest power output.
The camera is simple and the general quality of the photos is quite nice. Even at its finest resolution you can still zoom. The video recordings made with this phone are not of real high quality but more than good enough for video content being posted on YouTube or Facebook.
If this phone were 3G and had WiFi, a memory card slot and a cable port (the only USB port on the phone is tiny and labeled for servicing only) it would be ideal for most user's needs anywhere.
That brings us to this phone's drawbacks:
1. Memory is a bit limited and there is no place to install a memory card.
2. No USB port either. To connect it to your PC you will have to set up a Bluetooth link via some interface device.
3. The battery's total life expectancy isn't so great. Within a year of use the battery would hold only enough charge to conduct about a 2 hour call without it being plugged into a charger. Needless to say the battery is one of those in relatively short supply so they cost a bit more than you may expect.
Bottom line: On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd rate this phone a 7 overall. Add either the USB port or the WiFi and a memory slot and it would be a solid 9 in my book. It is the most reliable phone I've ever owned and that's compared to Sony Ericsson and even the 8800 series Blackberry.
surya, 13 May 2012sir i want nokia 2760 full body sir where i can bye it sir plz reply.......i have one nokia 2760
sir i want nokia 2760 full body sir where i can bye it sir plz reply.......
Please can anyone tell me why the back light on the main display has stopped working and what i can do about it?
Nokia 2760 have EDGE (when i connect show symbol E)
EDGE No --> EDGE Yes