An why give all the features and a poor battery if you just want to make an recieve calls buy a very old nokia but most people want to use the features nokia provide on 6300 an not be held to ransom that if you use them your battery will run out quick im afraid its a bad battery 8 people i know say same phones not to bad for a old phone just shame about the battery
You dont own name no copyright etc i have to say 6300 battery isnt good compared to my sony and motorola phones performances its bad.
Hey Hey I am in the habit of charging my 6300 every morning irrespective if it needs it or not, as somedays i do not use the phone at all.
So is there any opinions is this good or bad for the battery ??
At the moment i have in my minds eye the Nokia N82 as being a replacement for 6300.
I have the black vodafone branded version 6300 and have upgraded the firmware from v 04.71 to 6.01, I did it with a USB cable connection to p/c and the fone function is excellent with nothing lost at all and the calculator is working fine.
For the small cost this little 6300 cutie sure has giant features and seems to function as smooth as an expensive Swiss watch.
Who could realistically ask for anything more from a handset for so little cash in the purchase thereof....
how about comparing Motorola RIZR Z3 and this?
I've heard it take good picture(Motorola RIZR Z3)
so any comparing could do the job
thnx in advance!
The graphics of this mobile phone is excellent.But the camera is very bad.Although it has 2 megapixel camera but the quality of the photo is not good like that of n70.If photo is downloaded to this phone it looks very nice but the photo taken by this phone is not good like that of downloaded.
Battery still going at 5:05 p.m.
From Monday morning after 6 a.m. to Saturday afternoon 5:05 p.m. and still going.
that means nokia is suffering QC on their products coming from different destinations other than europe. it even means that they are even using substandard materials. i thought nokia, no matter from where it comes its still a nokia. but now you have really educated me on this issue.
guys watch out when you are buying your next nokia model. look for the country of origin first before you even think of buying it. OJ your information is very valuable one.
My low battery is still going at 11:15 a.m. and I received 'One Missed Call'...reminds me of that horror movie I watched the other day.
If I didn't use any of the multimedia features I would have probably gotten 7 days out of it.
No need for me to complain about my battery.
All European phones are of highest quality. Most (if not all) of my Nokias came from Hungary and I never once had any problems to complain about so I highlight Hungary most of the times.
There is a vast difference in picture quality when you compare European versions to Chinese or other versions.
Hey Jamaican! 6 days battery life is not a headline for me anymore. Well, i just want you to know that i also have reached the 6 days battery life with my 6300 three times already. I'm just afraid to tell and share it because i know that people here will ignore it for all they know and believe is that the 6300's battery life is just poor and disappointing. That might turn out to be true but they should also bear in mind that using the "multimedia" capabilities of the 6300 would drain battery for sure. Of course, i guess almost every phone when you use its FULL (i mean all) multimedia functions would drain out a lot of battery for sure. I don't care if everyone will argue but i rather dare to say that the 6300 battery (based on my experience) is just average to excellent considering that it supports up to 16.7 million colors and considering that you use it primarily as a "PHONE"(i mean primarily for calls and texts). In fact, i have seen even worse performance from a 16 million colored handset like the N95-1 for example. So using it primarily as a phone, i guess the 6300 is not that bad. No offense to others as i'm just stating my experience and for what i think about 6300.
i know all the european countries and have travelled to most of them. since you said phones coming only from hungary are the best ones.
when i got this phone on the first day, I turned it on, and the whole thing just froze and i took it in, to get repaired and they said I couldn't get it repaired so I had to buy a new phone!!!
All 6300 owners I want you to tell me the most time or days you ever got from the 6300 with just normal use...meaning making and receiving calls only.
Finland is a European country.
Finland, Hungary and Germany are 3 of the most talked about European countries when it comes to Nokia phones.
i think the world record should also be entered in guiness book of records for 6300's outstanding battery performance. LOL
The WORLD RECORD CONTINUES.
As I said previously I charged my 6300 from Monday morning before 7:00 a.m. and up to Friday early afternoon it still wasn't low.
Today is now the 6th day and my battery is still going even though it is now low, it got low a little over 12 hours ago. It got low yesterday (Friday) at 5:20 p.m. and as of this writing it's Saturday morning 5:54 a.m.
This is very reminiscent of my previous phone 6230 with it's BL-5C battery.
Normally I would fool around with themes, play music, play videos and spend a long time on calls so my battery would last me 2 days on average. This week I decided not to do too much of what I normally do to see how long it would really last.
During this battery lasting marathon I made shorts calls about 3 days in total, received a call every day (most times I would recieve more than one call in a day, I played a MP3 track twice, watched a full music video, received 2 MMS messages, took about 3 photos and that's about it as I can remember.
I have gotten more than a full business week worth of battery life and I used the phone everyday.
Maybe your phone is set to use the internal memory to store the photos and maybe the internal memory is full. Go to camera settings and select memory card as the primary storage.
If it still stays in standby then maybe there's some corruption in the OS somewhere. In that case do a firmware upgrade by using Nokia PC Suite.
The battery life is way below par to compensate its not to bad for a old mid range phone but there are improved versions out there now
Whoosa ring your service provider from another line the 6300 wasnt a wise choice for a phone 5310 would of been