nokai 6300 best fone on the market, serves all needs required, if its faulty get the problem sorted, before you post, fones are not indivdually checked for performance.if you wnat a 100% accurate working handset at first hand, buya vertu, these are the only fones individually tested, ur choice.....problem=get fixed, live happily evr after, spend £3000 and no problems syill live happy
thefore 6300 still rules, and before this was the 6230i
I'm very pleased with my new nokia 6300.it is very light and user freindly with lots of fun with fast browser accsess.To sum it up i think its the best phone owend and would recomend it to all
why are all you guys like fighting on a forum about the 6300 ... its a great fone has every you need for like $200 australian. you's sound like you got nothing better to do than fight over what the best fone is.
"Talk time Up to 3 h 30 min " I am not happy with the above statement. The phone automatically gets cut after 1 h 30 min. I don't Y?
dont buy this phone...battery sucks..i dont even talk have to charge it every day...ringtone sound is low...overall not satisfied ...sony ericsson is the bestttt
To Original Jamaican:
The Updater Software that i have used came from Nokia website and it didn't work well on my phone because as I said it didn't recognized my phone. My phone's software version is 05.50 and the date is 14-08-007. If you would care send me the software updater you have in your home, is it possible that I can update my previous phone software version when I use your updater? Thanks a lot dude.
hi there people
can sumone tell me if ther is any difference in the new 6300 black, compared to the standard 6300(silver and white)?
so fra the only difference i see besides the colour, is a few icons that look different
thanks in advance.
ps is ther any way for the nokia pc suite to work with a mac?
My Nokia Software Updater at home finds it perfectly. The one at work doesn't. The difference is that they are two different versions. The one at home is the older version and it still finds it up to this point, up to last night I checked for updates with the one at home successfully.
Nokia's official discussion forum have quite a few posts talking about this issue. What you are experiencing with your updater is not a strange situation...it applies to a certain amount of phones, including some symbian phones like the 6120 classic.
Someone on the forum said that Nokia representatives explained to them that due to technical difficulties, certain models were removed from the database but would be re-applied to the database as soon as the difficulties are sorted out. Firmwares are crucial indepth programs which alter and control many things in phones...just like how Windows control PCs so it's best to let them do their thing and not be disappointed.
The only mystery is that the one at home finds my phone easily. I don't know what routes or avenues it takes but it seems to bypass the restriction and search for updates for my phone. Maybe I could send it to you and see what happens. Take care.
To Original Jamaican:
Thanks dude. I have tried to update it using Nokia PC Suite and the Nokia Software Updater but it says "Connected phone was not recognized.". I don't know what the problem is but Nokia PC Suite identifies my 6300 but when I try to update it several times it always prompt me that my phone was not recognized by the updater.
A low signal shouldn't cause your screen to blink.
You can use Nokia PC Suite to update your phone so that it works well again. No need to take it to a care centre...yet.
Please help me with my 5 day old Nokia 6300 because it keeps on flashing a white screen whenever I send a text message and or I'm using it to call someone. I'm just wondering why it keeps on flashing a white screen. Is it a phone software problem or is it being affected by the low network signal? I'm trying to reformat the phone's memory but I don't know how. Please help me before I bring my Nokia 6300 to a Nokia Care Center. Thanks!
There are 2 differences. First of all the 6301 comes with 30MB of internal memory (the original 6300 comes with 9MB) and secondly it has WLAN which is an acronym for Wireless Local Area Network.
Unfortunately, the WLAN update for this phone can be very misleading as it's sole purpose is for VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). The downside is that not many providers offer VoIP so one can waste money buying this phone. However, if the WLAN was data based rather than voice, it could be used for surfing the internet wirelessly bypassing your regular GPRS/EDGE. The best thing about data based WLAN is that it's much faster than GPRS & EDGE and free!
Those two minor updates isn't influencing enough to make me upgrade. The thing is the original 6300 have become so popular and a bestseller that Nokia wanted to extend the sales streak.
Omar, my advice is to stick to the original 6300 for 2 reasons, lower price and lower battery consumption as the WLAN feature will drain batteries no matter which phone or how good that phone's battery is.
the difference is that instead of 6300 its "6301" and that's the only difference the number "1" at the end...
hope that helps you alot :)
Hi, my brother wants to buy this mobile but he saw the 6301 it looks just the same, and he wants to know what is the diffrence between this mobile and the 6301.
My cousin picked up one of these phones...in the sea. Left it to dry. Put it together... and never work!!! bwahahahaha
My cousin picked up one of these phones...in the sea. Left it to dry. Put it together, and its been working great for a couple of months now. Thats build quality