The 6300 takes fantastic photos and videos (once you set them to high quality).
For all of you who are contemplating whether to buy it or not, I will show you some photos and video clips I took with mine. I'm sure you will all be surprised at the clarity a cell phone is able to produce.
Whoever is interested let me know and I will send them to your mailbox. I'm sure after seeing the quality photos and videos your decision to get the phone will be further strengthened.
Once again, my 6300 is European made (Hungary) and has firmware revision version 5.00.
Hello, could someone let me know the following: when playing music using the headphones, if you accidently knock the headphone cable out of the phone, will the sound come out of the speakers or just go silent.
It really annoyes me on the tube (metro) when my pocket gets knocked, the cable comes out and the phone starts making a rackit.
To Wazomba!Well I'm quite familiar with both handsets,will you please now mention the advantages of the 6233 over 6300?
to AMD: what i mean by classes above the 6233 ìs 6300 design is more appealing, 6300 screen is 16.7million colours compared to 6233's 262,144, 6300 stores 1000 contacts 6233 stores 500, 6300's media player is 1 u find in a series 60 smartphone
My cellphone is 6300. It's elegant and stylish in appearance. This is very useful for work like the notes, calendar, calculator and lots more. A recommended cellphone.ü
How can you say 6300 classes above the 6233 if they belong to same series 40???
to JAKE: NOKIA 6300, its classes above the 6233, and as u wud b buying 1 now it should defiantly have firmware v5.00 which is absolutely FANTASTIC, n has solved all the problems the old firmware had, when i bought mine it had v4.75 firmware n the battery wud only last a day, but with v5.00 it lasts for ages n im not JOKìNG
Thanks!but I still want to know which phone I should buy the nokia 6233 or the nokia 6300?
Best of Luck for k850i but always keep in mind no handset will be perfect for you,each handset has some disadvantages.
Well I am glad that many users of 6300 are happy with this cellphone.
By my side, if m i n e 6300 would able to reboot and reboot and reboot, I would be a quite happy user.
For the battery, I agree with those who says that is poor but not 30 minutes, don't be ridiculous guys.
A friend of mine has a Sony Ericsson S500 and nedds recharging every day. The 6300 lasts 2 days, this is not too bad!
But all the users that have problems with their cellphones, SHOULD WRITE 'em here. The companies should know, espesially NOKIA!
I will buy this phone,i just need to collect 70 euros :D LOL.
And i hope that i will get an European version ,not Korean...
I read a lot of these posts before I bought my 6300. After I received it in hand and fooled around with it, I realised that what many of the opinionists said here was crap...at least the ones who say the battery life is short with v5.00.
If I were to follow these people I would have missed out on a wonderful phone. DON'T let rumours lead you astray. Nokia beats SE any day!
i was considering buying this phone, coz at the time it seemed a decent phone but after reading somd post some of the comments r quite off putting regarding battery problems and so on, so ive made my choice and i will be buying the se k850 when it becomes avaliable, which will undoubtably b the PHONE OF THE YEAR FOR 2007 10/10 !!!!
Here's a tip for you:
Did you know you can stop the USB data transfer mode by pressing the 'End' key on the phone instead of using the PC to stop it.
When you exit the mode using the phone's keypad, the little green indicator in the system tray (section of the taskbar where the time is) disappears. Also, as soon as you press the 'Exit' button on the phone's keypad the 'Removable Disk' drive disappears from 'My Computer'
To all you people who compares the 6300 to 6233.
Just like every other phone, they both have their advantages and disadvantages but I opted for the 6300 because it can store 1,000 contacts whereas the 6233 only stores up to 500. I'm coming from a Nokia 6230 which had storage capacity for 1,000 contacts so why should I downgrade to a lesser phone book ?...which would have been the case if I went with the 6233.
Wazomba my friend, that's true, phones of the year are determined by class. However, where Nokia is concerned budget phones are normally the 1xxx and 2xxx series as most of these are under $100 in any currency. Many official reviewers states that it's a mid-range phone except GSMArena's official reviewer who states it as being a high end phone (for those who haven't, please read the GSMArena review)
Wazomba, if you read the article:
you will see that Nokia regard the 6300 as a high end phone and to be honest I'm NOT at all surprised. It is stated that the Nokia 6300 is made from high quality expensive materials, as anyone who owns one can easily see and the screen is a whopping 16.7 million colours along with a high 240x320 resolution. Throw in a fantastic 2 megapixel camera (which certainly beats my co-worker 3.2MP Concorde standalone camera), a decent video recorder and an array of powerful features and it would be hard to consider this phone as a mid-range yet budget class phone. Many other brans DON'T have a 16 million colour screen even though they may cost more. Take SUGAR's beloved K850 for example, as new as it may be it has a 262,000 colour screen. In fact, based on the specifications sheet, the ONLY thing it has over the 6300 is a higher megapixel camera and it's also 27 grams heavier than Nokia 6300. SE phones have aren't durable and built quality is weak, not to mention RF reception is the worst...I DON'T need to comment on Nokia phones in the quality, reception and strength department. Wazomba this message is for everyone, wasn't directed at you entirely.