It's MY own view so there's no need to be rephrased. Everyone is entitled with their own opinion i guess. It's up to people if they have misunderstood my post.. Besides, 500 phonebook entries is more than enough for me provided that the sim that i am using provides additional 650 entries. That would be all totalled to 1,150 entries then. It's just more than enough for me. And actually, it's MY own preference. So there's no need for you to emphasize the phonebook subject. I'm aware of it before i bought my 6233.
I never asked anyone how to backup contacts. I have known how to do that for ages. I have been using PC Suite for years.
@Original_Jamaican: Backup of contact You can do with Nokia PC Suite software connected by miniUSB cable...
@Swaroop: If I good understand You want add simple wallpaper, so only what are You must to do is go to display settings and choose a diffrent picture...
I charged my phone on Saturday and today (Wednesday) I have 1/2 battery left. During that time I have made and received calls, sent and received texts and taken a few photos.
I have NO complaints about my battery.
If you had phrased your first statement differently then you wouldn't have to be arguing this case. I read your entire post from the beginning and comprehended what you were saying but based on your first initial statement anybody would think you were boasting.
You seem to want multimedia features more than telephony features. As I said, the phonebook capacity of the 6233 is the MAIN reason why I didn't purchase it. If you are upgrading then the most important area shouldn't be downgraded.
Sounds boasting? Well, just read a little more further and try to comprehend my post first before jumping to conclusions. And take note of my parenthesized statement "(for me because i'm a little more conscious on the performance and looks is oftentimes the last in my criteria)". Take note of that. That supports and serves the reason why i have said such statement.
Well, it sounds like you have misunderstood my post.. I'm not "BOASTING" 6233 here. I'm just citing the difference between the two handsets. Take note that I made my post as fair and as safe as possible. If i'm really boasting and in real favor for the 6233 than the 6300, then why should I ever sacrifice my time to list down the advantages of the 6300 over the 6233 if that's really my motive?..
I'm not boasting 6233 here. I'm just citing the differences and even advantages of the handsets over the other. And before anyone else would think ahead that I hate the 6300, well, it has no sufficient reason to be hated. It has an uncompromised design like no other giving all the reasons to become a bestseller.
Cheers to all Nokia fanatics!
pls help me on how to make my mp3 work.,i had just buy it this month.,feb.,waiting for your help guys
Yes. There's a java program called e-buddy which allows you to connect to Yahoo, MSN or AOL Messenger. You can download it from your phone's browser or from your PC and install it in your phone.
If you choose to use your phone to download it. Open the WAP browser by going to the 'Web' menu option. Enter e-buddy.com and if you don't get through enter wap.google.com then type e-buddy in the search field.
TO OJ or anyone:
can we browse internet through this phone and like message or talk with friends through a yahoo or msn messenger with this?
go to image, click option, click "use image", click "as wallpaper"
Great phone. its a horse, and the features are great!!! Keep up the good work Nokia! :)
I find the phone gets warm/hot when speaking, concerned with health issues ... not too impressed
at last sucess i have intalled a bl-5c in 6300. it is working well now it will give more service than usual bl-4c. good job.i think 6300 has a very good screen but brightness conteol can give the carge keeping poew a good feature.
I bought the 6233 because of the 3G support which is a defining factor as i link up to my N800 for 3G Browsing. The Video recorder is better (QVGA)so screen colours dont count a most never come close to using the 1 million colours supported. The battery is slightly stronger on 6233 and as for contacts, there is a sim to save your contacts.
Both 6300 and 6233 are aimed at the same market. They are in the same class. They are both business class phones. If you compare business features between both models you will see that they are both the same...To Do List, Notepad application etc. The multimedia features are secondary.
But with Nokia you give and take. You can't have your cake and eat it too. They have a budget for their phones.
The 6300 have a very high quality and expense screen supporting up to 16.7 million colours while the 6233 only have 262,000 colours.
The 6233 only supports up to 500 contacts while 6300 supports up to 1,000 contacts. This is the biggest turn off for me because I'm coming from a 6230 which supports 1,000 contacts so why should I downgrade my phonebook by buying the 6233 ? Furthermore I had more than 500 contacts in my 6230 so I needed a phone with a similar capacity. Telephony functions are the MOST important and the PRIMARY reason for buying a phone!
The 6300 have more internal memory and memory isn't cheap.
The 6300 have a miniUSB port which basically makes it a universal port because even a digital camera USB cable will work with it. The 6233 has a Pop-Port so it needs a special nokia cable which can be hard to get. I have been there so I know.
The 6300 weighs 19 grams less than 6233 making it easier on your pocket. I like to forget I have a phone in my pocket until it rings. I don't like to feel constant weight in my pocket.
The materials used for the 6300 are of high quality and much more expensive than the materials used for 6233.
The 6300 is slimmer making it more comfortable in the hands.
The 6300 supports H.264 high definition codec which gives you higher video quality at lower file sizes.
I'm NOT saying the 6233 doesn't have an edge at all over the 6300 I'm just pointing out why both phones stand out in there own way.
I would have liked if the 6300 had certain features which the 6233 have like VGA recording / playback. Dual speakers with 3D sound.
The only other 2 features the 6233 have over 6300 is 3G and Video Sharing which isn't a factor because many providers still doesn't
support these 2 features.
If it wasn't for the small phonebook then the 6233 would be an excellent buy.
Another person I know called NokiaMia was also disgusted with the 6233 small phonebook as they had 600 very important business contacts in their 6230 so they would have had to shave off 100 contacts if they had switched to the 6233.
All in all I like my 6300. A better screen, more stylish, slimmer, weighs less and very comfortable to use. The 6300 is a winner in many ways.