for commuictaion..better buy nokia 6510
for taking picture,i prefer digital camera which the result is unquestionable.
so, why we need to spend lot of money to buy a camera equipped phone. waste money
I being using this phone for over a year now. I just like the circular keypad, it's so easy to use compare to the conventional keypad.
it s a bad device it hangs alottttt & it s pic is very bad don t buy this phone
this is a very good phone with lots of features...examples:nokia ngage games, mp3player, camera with video, gps, + other interesteing programs
The All-In-One phone. Does almost anything. Sending MMS is very very easy. Taking pictures was never so easy with crystal clear clarity if seen on computer. Bluetooth is really powerful and IR too. Only thing sucks is the battery standby and slower ringtones. Can't Nokia make Ringtone louder like Samsung.
well i never did away with this fonetill one day ,whiles charging iwas playing a game on it when it totally went off since i nevver had any one to get it in good order, pls, why can i go about it. thanks
Hello Group, is anyone possibly selling a Used Nokia 3650? I might consider purchasing it, if you would like to make arrangements. Drop me E-Mail, if you want to.
This is probably the best phone I have ever owned. I have had: An old-ass Ericsson, Nokia 5120, Nokia 3390, Nokia 5165, Sanyo 5300, and now the Nokia 3650. I must admit I'm somewhat partial to Nokias, since they're so cute & have never really let me down. The 3390 I had died, but that was probably due to my rough handling. This phone simply kicks ass. My old Sanyo had a VGA camera w/the same resolution as this phone's, but it's pictures looked like grainy, washed-out shit while the Nokia's look crisp & clear(as clear as 640x480 can get anyways) even on my computer screen. This phone is really built around the camera, making it a true CAMERAphone, and not just a phone w/an integrated camera. The only gripe I have is- no flash. BUT, I never really used the flash on my old Sanyo that much so I can't really complain.
I love the changeable covers! That's one of the main reasons I always end up with a Nokia phone, the high customizability. I have an H.R. Giger faceplate on it now. I like the candy-bar style of this phone(and most Nokias for that matter), clamshells are cute & fun at first, but after a while opening & closing it all the time gets very annoying. This phone is an attention-getter in public with the gorgeous blue backlight & unique keypad(BTW- if you just CAN'T get used to the circular keypad then you're a damned gimp!), huge color screen, and faceplates. The screen is gorgeous, easily the nicest on any cellphone I've ever seen, excluding PDA/phone hybrids. It's only 4,096 colors, but I honestly do not see a discernable difference compared to 65k screens. How many colors do you really *need* to be able to display anyway?
Menu- excellent. This is the most highly-personalizable menu I have ever worked with. Especially the Contacts part. You can edit the field names to where you can input the person's address or WHATEVER info you want to save for them, so this phone has *true* PIM functionality. I have always had a gripe about supposed PIM phones where you can only store peoples' damn phone numbers. This phone solves that.
This phone can be customized with apps such as Pallette Extender, which adds red, orange, & pink to the green, blue & purple menu color options already on the phone. Also, Launcher + Skin Editor allows me to make custom skins for the menu with my own pictures. Camcorder Pro allows you to record video clips as large as your MMC card will hold(no more time limits!).
You can use absolutely ANY SOUND as a ring tone on this phone, from one you compose yourself, to a voice clip you record, to a wav file on your MMC card. By using MP3Trim, I have been able to put clips of my favorite songs on the MMC card & use them as ringers. I finally have 'In the hall of the Mountain King' for a ringer, I have wanted that for years now but no phone or ringer-download site has had it.
Onto call quality- I have experienced the very bare minimum of crackling/buzzing/echo/general cell phone bullshit w/this phone. Not a single dropped call so far too. It always connects & I don't think I've ever seen the signal strength dip at all, it's 100% all the time.
On to the bad- this phone does have some bugs. When I try to change my welcome note to text I get a system error. It doesn't bother me too much b/c I'd rather use a picture anyways, but it's a little disconcerting nonetheless. I can't remember ALL the bugs at the moment, but there aren't that many & none are really critical. Software clashes have occurred as well. This phone IS a computer after all, so it's impractical to expect it to work perfectly all the time. Just like your desktop comp will have bugs & crashes, so will cell phones.
Battery performance can be erratic, which is odd. Some days I barely lose 2 bars with heavy use, and other days I'm down to 1 bar after making 3 calls. It's very wierd. My solution- monitor battery strength & charge every night for at least 4 hours, and if you get low during the day plug it in for as long as you can- even 20 minutes can give you 2 or 3 extra bars.
This is getting long enough so I will wrap it up by saying this is the best damn phone I've ever had. Beats the shit outta all those hot-patootie flip phones.
i love to you any nokia phone cos it's very strong and connect people
Hello there can anyone help. I have the 3650 nokia phone and had it for a year. However the screen keeps going off/blank even when the battery is on fulled charged, can anyone help?
Why when i want to install a new game there is a message that the memory is full when the Memory cadr has free 12MB of memory? How can i download games to the card instead to the phonr.
Please help me
Made of cheapest plastic, you shoud consider that when you buy it for 300 euros!