Can anyone confirm if this has a button you can use to open it - as on 6131, or back to the 2 handed awful feeling? :-)
Pathetic... Motorola rip-off, and no i'm not calling any flip a moto rip off, cone on! This mobile has moto shape...
Oh wait i got it Nokia and Motorola are merging, there's going to be Nokiorola :)
noki designers are waste fellows the are designing bricks, soaps noe nokia did a good job see the motorola the are making blade like phones this one is coppy of moto razer see especially the bottom design i mean the folding of the upper part any how we think this will be a good hit the market
What's battery life like ? On the 6300 which also has 16M colours, it's nothing to write home about..and possibly the less said about 6131 the better
its a question and i nid a quick rply,pls.
wats d camera specification
its awesome.kip workin on it
19.6mm thick. in this time and age, that's considered too thick. hope it was a typo error. anyway, i was expecting it to be 15 or below. so much for wishful thinking.
I have seen better but I do like the external display. But the handset seems a bit long, features are very standard, and 3G is useless without a video call camera. If the price is low, I think it will do well though.
Ok! I like how this phone looks. Finally a decent looking flip phone from Nokia. The only thing I don't like is the clock. hehehe. but maybe its just me.
The specs are decent too. I hope it comes out soon. Crossing my fingers.
no, nokia and siemens havent merged. thats just a pretty baseless rumor. and FINALLY a razr shaped phone with a strong OS and a good battery life. I have always wanted to own a cell phone with this design, but motorola has always been a functional sacrifice for design, this though wouldnt be at all. and i hope its s40 so its fast. camera is probably the same 2.0 that they started from the n70-6233, its continued on to many models.
wael! Don't want to be rude, but please have yourself and your source of information checked.
Nokia mobile phones will not be called Nokia Siemens. For one simple reason. Nokia mobiles and NSN are two independent companies (headcount, finance, design, development, etc.) It is one thing that the ownership owerlaps at the two companies.
You don't really think that Ericsson (Networks) are the same as Sony-Ericsson (Mobiles), do you? Or Siemens SMD machines have anything to do with their washing machine, or with Nokia Siemens Network?
As for Nokia mobiles, I think they should revise their naming structure. I keep loosing track based on what logic the numbers are assigned.
It looks like a downgraded version of 6267 with many features missing. Since 6267 is very good and cheap, why bother with this one ? The look, maybe....