I don't using yet but i have one question' what the different 6301 with 6300 it is have some significant different.
coool phone!!!! but poor memory can't open blog in the mobile properly and also series 40, which is very bad. Why does not nokia think as our requirement.
But rest of the phone is excelent, good for youth.
You are all complaining about how it is useless to surf the web on this, which is VERY true. The browser I would imagine would be slow as hell, and the small keyboard/screen/ poor battery life would make it not worth it.
HOWEVER, having this implementation of WiFi includes UMA, which means that you can use any hot spot instead of your carrier, and hence not pay for minutes. I believe this needs to be supposed by the carrier... T-Mobile in the USA does support this feature. Also, having WiFi on you phone will be nice if you want to save on data charges to check email and what not.
This is a step up from the 6300.
Hmm.. wondering will coogee support this. If you're wondering what Coogee is, it's MSN for S40 phones. Seems like I'm going to jump to the S40 from S60.
found it better hope it doesn have battry prob the way 6300 n 62classic had.......
set is cool but i want to know wheather there is flash along with camera or not & lens protector is a must
does anyone know if someone would be able to install skype on it or not??
the one and only difficulty that i found in that is the compicaited way of sending text msg !!
1. For the love of God, kids, just try not to be so stupid and stop repeating posting the differences between 6300 & 6301, there are specifications for both of the above, anyone with the reading abilities can check them out.
2. Wi-Fi - fine, but why would we want it in a non-OS 6301, to surf the net with a xHTML browser??? Makes no sense at all.
No. 1 mobile company, try to be more creative, and stop underestimating your (potential) customers.
6300 was announced during November 2006 and 6301 during September 2007. Hmmm ... 10 months to inject Wi-Fi in the 6300 shell. Couple of points didn't mix very well -- tiny screen, poor battery-life, Wi-Fi, tiny keypad. The Nokia Bluetooth keyboard SU-8W might save be of help for the QWERTY. But battery-life would be a problem for maintaining both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth at a time. Should we consider using the Wi-Fi only when the phone is seeping power from the AC/DC charger/adapter?
All these very personal perceptions are based on the features published on GSMArena. No offense meant.