why not take it to a nokia service centre and it can be fixed but you need to act quickly to get back your 6300 in original condition.
I bought my lovely Nokia 6300 two weeks ago and i love it. Unfortunately it fell on water over the weekend.Will it function like before once rapaired? Network reception is weak and can't read the memory card.
please dont be under the impression that i am trying to market 7500 in 6300 forum. i am just posting my comments in comparison with 6300. more to come in due course.
it is time to summarize my experience with 7500 prism which is particularly strange phone. As it turns out, it is not that eccentric inside, as it is in terms of looks. What's more, after 3 days or so of working with this handset, i got used to the angular design and it wasn't even that oddly looking to me anymore. If design is high on your list and you're really after a one-of-a-kind device, then Nokia 7500 is your most logical choice. If not though, you better look elsewhere. There is a whole bunch of devices out there to offer the same functionality at a cutdown price. The most obvious alternative is the Nokia 6300. So, basically, buying the Prism or not boils down to choosing your priorities.
nokia is not a racist company. any such comment has no meaning at all. every company has two different quality products to market in such countries to suite their economic conditions. hence some components could be of slightly lower quality but many not effect to such an extent the overall performance of the product. but sure in the long run it has its own disadvantages as they tend to fail often.
7500 prism is doing well with me and the battery strength has dropped to last bar on the second day, i hope it will go through the whole day before i plug it for charging. however i am keeping a spare charger in my office.
I think that your posts describing Nokia as a racism isn't true.
I never had problems with any Nokia model and all of them were made in China.
My first Nokia (6230) lasted with me 2 years and never had any issue. I broke its screen but it was my fault because I decided to play soccer with it in my pants pocket. But never had any software, batery or hardware issue. It was the best phone that I ever had and I would never regret to have bought it.
After that wonderful phone I have bought a Nokia 6681 that lasted with me only 3 months before I sold it to a cousin and it was made in China too, but never gave me problems (only it was a lil bit slow but it was because the Symbian) and had a very good battery life (but not as good as 6230).
And right now I'm using a 5700 and I never had any issues with it so far. Only I want a firmware upgrade because it restarts itself sometimes but all its components are great and like the other phones it was made in China.
My mom 6230i was made in China too and she never had any problems with it so I think Nokia isn't doing that, I trust with my blind eyes on their products.
i have seen the quality of nokia's budget model phones coming from china either marked made in china or made by nokia (both same coming from china)........they are really very bad in their performance. nokia's quality control is suffering which they need to look into seriously otherwise they will lose their market share to samsung and sony very soon.
Nokia dats not d way 2go.dey(nokia) might hv 2pay 4 it suner or later.
looks like nokia is marketing 2nd copies of their models to developing countries at cheaper prices compared to European released models at higher prices. that means substandard components are used in the copies to keep the prices low. now i understand why are we seeing many complaints in this forum. to me it seems like nokia's strategy to have maximum world market share?
Wtf??y dun nokia offer same quality fon thruout d world?y r dey making difference in quality between d 2 continents?hey asian ppl nokias treating u like 2nd class citizens(im frm asia 2.)i think d only mobile company is doin dat.nokia acting like racists.shame nokia.
I AGREE WITH ORIGINAL JAMAICAN. I also come to believe most of you guys buy NOKIAs either "MADE BY NOKIA" or "MADE IN CHINA". On my part I stick to Hungary or Germany Nokias(Finland originals are rare though here in our country-Uganda).I hardly get problems with my NOKIA 4NES!
body heat is first conserved into the metal body of 6300 and later the phone throws back the heat at us while talking. WOW! what a good logical and analytical explanation.
Well i have been having problem with my Battery..i want to know if its my phone that is having the problem and can anyone tell me how i can browse on my phone.....
After using this 6300 set now for several weeks i have not felt any evidence of any overheating occuring during lengthy calls.
I would conclude by assuming that whilst holding the set it will absorb body heat into its metal casing from the user.