I must be the only person out there who had a 6260 with no problems. my battery lasted up to a fortnight. (i don't make many calls) i had absolutly no problems during the almost three years i used it. and i still use it as a backup phone. robust easy to use and packed with features i loved it.
this phone is gooood....
if yoou dont know your phone you dont know to use it...
this phone sucks, it work for like 4 months then the battery just kept cutting out on its own and its hard to get it fixed in the states.
this was the worst phone that i used. its better to stay away from it!!!
Hi.. this is the worst cell i have ever had, initially i was like WOW !!!when my frnd got it... now its been nothin but a nightmare since i have bought this,,, always has software issues... watch out for ur data, as its get deleted . battery power is bad,offlate needs to be charged daily.> Outer color comes off easily>
i owned this fone b4 n wht i can say is dis fone is gorgeous n da best fone ever!!! cant switch dis fone on afta i added chinese language 2 dis fone. lol
I have nokia 6260 mobile .It sound is very high.. Higher than other & i like it
This phone is really good and this is my first nokia flipphone.The design of twist and turn for the screen is really cool.But the only thing that i dislike is all the silver color part at the phone get off easily and i have changed my phone button twice because of the "Call"N"cancel" button....now even my power on button also the color all peer off alrdy
btw,do anyone know the way to protect those silver button from getting off ??
Elppaz, interesting thoughts. I disagree with you about battery life- it's poor compared to most other phones, almost half that of my last Nokia.
With regard to your comment about the screen- you can buy and replace it yourself for less than you paid. the ribbon cable that connects to the screen can split because of the movement, again you can buy and replace it yourself. The places I've seen selling these parts include the screwdriver you need for the star shaped screws and instructions too.
the problem with mp3 quality is the headset- they arent good. Nokia are a phone maker not a headset maker. See if you can get an adapter to a 3.5 mm stereo socket, I think I've seen them for the phone. However what I've done is bought a 4Gb mp3 player which uses the same battery as the Nokia, battery life is good so it doesn't eat into the Nokia's fairly low battery life. And it means I'm carrying a spare phone battery for times it's needed.
cosmin_romania- your comment about the battery- it is very easily available, and cheap too. You can pick one up on ebay for just a pound- three with carriage. It's BL-4C. Mind you battery life for this phone is not that good compared to many others- they are only rated 760mAh - it's quoted at about 6 days standby, but really drops when you use all the features like bluetooth etc.
kunkehs comment about 44k frequencies has no relevance whatsoever- apart from being plain wrong- even cats can't hear such high frequencies never mind humans. And as you get older the higher limit of your hearing drops too.
The sound frequency output is NOT what he has quoted, the 44,100 frequency is the sampling rate- something entirely different. He has absolutely no real understanding of mp3's. If you want to get reliable advice ignore his post- it's plainly wrong.
What do you expect from a 0.6" speaker in the rotation part of this pocket- size phone. To listen mp3files you can listen using headphone or other device perhaps.
Rupesh , the phone can take a maximum of 16000hz , while the quality of mp3 is about 44000hz. so its almost no treble at all!