Anonymous, 30 May 20086300's stainless steel body takes dent if it falls down on a hard surface. yes thats true, but i think its better rather than having your phones plastic casing cracked when it fell on the floor.
Mahesh Jayasuriya, 30 May 2008I have a problem with 6300 I Cant play 320x240 resulotion viedos in it & phone says Unable to ... moreHi Mahesh, sorry but 6300 can only play 3gp or mp4 files with 176x144 resolution only. So you really cant play videos with 240x320 or 320x240 resolution.
I have a problem with 6300 I Cant play 320x240 resulotion viedos in it & phone says Unable to play file, What's the reason. If we cant play 320x240 videos on it its a big problem.
Nokia 6300 is simply amazing..Just bought it a few days back..and i simply can't keep my hands off it..It's way too good..
What can u say about SE K550 is it fine, coz i'm planning to buy that phone instead of this one
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970m not here to defend OJ or defend anyone,m here jas to tell u dat there is no point in saying something bad about someone in this forum.M aware dat ur also doing a fabulous job helping out people having a problem wid
their 5310,likewise OJ was jas helping
people wid their 6300...........So,wats da use of saying something bad about him??????
The 6300 is an excellent overall phone. It excels in every area. End of story.
xclbr, 29 May 2008Stainless Steel Body (5310 plastic light and durable)6300's stainless steel body takes dent if it falls down on a hard surface.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970You can be my friend anytime. Furthermore, after reading your post, you are indeed a friend :-)
can 6300 download/install/fix any program to use wifi same as 6300i? how?
Hi! I just bought this phone and I'm having a problem changing the theme.can someone help me. thanks :D
the information saying on specification is incorrect it is definatelly 3G phone
Yes Dani you r right. 6300 reminds me of the good old classics - the 8810s & 8850s!
Nokia's slogan for the 6300 is "Simply beautiful - beautifully simple." The beauty comes from the sleek, classic design with stainless-steel surfaces, and the simplicity reflects the fact that this is an all-round kind of phone: not a smartphone, not 3G, but including all of the functionality that most people want. Sounds like a winner! Could Nokia finally be getting back to what it used to do best - a phone that does just what you want and does it well?
Certainly the phone looks good when you pick it up. It's like the early 6-series Nokia's: exclusive- and expensive-looking, practically designed with a good sized screen and functional keypad, yet updated for 2007 with a 5-way navigation button and high quality colour display. The size is perfect: it's very slim (just 11.7mm) and not too wide, and the weight is enough to make it feel solid and substantial, but not so much that it feels heavy. The keypad is a decent size and is easy to use. The display is exceptional: a high resolution 240 x 320 pixel display with an amazing 16 million colours. On the outside the 6300 ticks all the right boxes.
On the inside, the phone is equipped with all the features that a typical user would expect. The camera is 2 megapixels with an 8x digital zoom and with a video recording function. Enough for casual photography, but not brilliant. There's a music player and an FM radio. A standard Nokia headset is included in the sales package and support for a Bluetooth stereo headset is included. Memory for storing music is limited, with just 7.8 Mbytes of user memory, however you can expand the memory to a maximum of 2 Gbytes by buying a microSD card, which will give you as much memory as an iPod Nano. Both Bluetooth and USB connectivity are supported, and the phone has GPRS and EDGE for fast data downloads. Battery life is below average, which is often the case with superslim phones. The user interface is a standard Series 40 interface, that Nokia users will be used to, but with the latest enhancements. It's basically a very easy phone to use, with everything well thought out and some real attention to detail.
This is our favourite Nokia phone for a long time. It really is beautiful - quality just oozes out of the phone when you pick it up. The metallic finish completes the look, although this may show scratches if not treated carefully. Ergonomics and user-friendliness are good. The strange thing is that Nokia built their reputation with phones like this, but what have they been doing these past few years with their funky but unusable fashion-phones and their buggy brick-like smartphones? Welcome back Nokia! It was worth the wait!
Hi SELF RESPECTING GUYS (those that don't pollute this forum). My 6300 still doing good.(Thanx to Old Jamaican 4 the firmware update data.) Observed also that though battery life time is not that good, 'Low battery' time is a bit lengthy.
- This 4ne is also sleek & respectable both from the outside and inside.
- Its brushes shoulders with Nseries though it excels in thinness.
- Its key pad is cool & so soft to press.
- Not yet tried to view megapix resolution of its photos on pc. (I had some fotos from card I was formerly using in my 3110c & they seemed sharper than those of 6300.May be I first have to try out the ones of 6300 to confirm).
- Thumbs up for the 16 million colours!!!
- HAVE NOT EXPERIENCED ANY OVERHEATING! And my 6300 is Hungarian(mfd May 2007)-battery also Hungarian.
- 4ne is not for MUSIC MANIACS (Good am also not one). So I have no cause to worry so much about the battery.
- Conclusion: THIS 4NE IS WOW!!!!!!
SO HEAR FROM YOU SELF RESPECTING GUYS.(Respect yourselves & you'll be RESPECTED.)