its a cool handset of Nokia. I am happy with this bcoz of its picture clarity and rocking headphone effect. I had taken the printouts of pictures which i had taken its was really good,
I am using 512 MMC. Sometimes its slow eventhough i am really happy 2 use this phone having a good additional features like 3g . . Only remark is that its not having infrared facility 2 connect other ir phones
Dis is d best phone i have ever used. You can do all sorts of stuff with it. D only thing missing in dis phone is d front camara and radio well if these two were there it would have been d best phone ever.
got yesterday, good phone. sound / speed is much better than 3230 and 6600. presently using with 512MB MMC, there is no slowing down. for smartmovie i used 128kbps video/ 32kbps audio - it plays with great clarity.
nice phone i am compused with my phone it always off in the night when i dont use it i think my batrey is broken but no i have canged the batrey but same can any body help me why
1gb is fine. maybe a liltle bit slow if your using auto protect from virus all the time.
And choose DV RS-MMC. Some MMC doesnt specify that its dual voltage. to check if it is DV, it must indicate that it operates on two voltage, 1.8W and 3W.
fonts can be change, visit dotsis.com for more info.
And, k750's joystick is the first one to go crazy, if your not careful, it can malfunction within 3 months. 6630 rocks because it has lots of games.
Standard package or 6630 comes with a data cable, cd software, handset, battery, stereo headset, changer, manual and 64mb dv rs-mmc.
yes cover is easy to change... lol :D
phone is good , however sound aint louder... itz jst okay...
however, its sound rocks on its orignal headset...
abt restarting problem > hard format ur phone, all problems,bugs will be solved..
rock on !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NOT 1GB RS-MMC - it supports 1GB DV RS-MMC .. that is "DV" as in "DUAL VOLTAGE REDUDUCED MULTIMEDIA CARD"... careful since some manufacturers DO NOT fully specify this. if is not DUAL VOLTAGE it WONT work at all... like is not there... I am currently using a 2GB but honestly is crashy, mainly because is not supposed to be there I guess... the 1GB work great though... for movies, songs and whatnot..
I would like to know.Here it stats the handphone is 3g.How is that possible when it does not have a secondary camera for 3g???
Sorry.2nd question.If i were to bluetooth stuff into my hp,can i bluettoth it directly to my memory card or is it already fixed to my hp memory???
i just want to know 1 thing only.Is the cover easy to change as nokia 7610???
how good is the quality of playing midi tones on this phone? nd is it loud enough to hear when ur on street?
Low cost EDGE supported handset...
Nice camera(But Foul at night)...
Restart is very disgusting...
Review Mobile Handset Nokia 6630:
After selling my Sony Ericsson W550i, I bought myself a Nokia 6630 which is called the "hummer" here in the Syrian market due to its durability and big size.
I don’t know what made my but it since it was a bit outdated and with some less features than W550i. I think that Nokia has a secret way to charm and attract users.
I didn’t really like some new Nokia solutions that the memory card is sold separately such as 6125, 6131 or some phones that feel loose in ones hand such as 6280 or N72.
Actually I love my new 6630! It has a large bright screen display, large keypad, external memory card slot, and not to mention the rather comfortable power and voice dialing side buttons.
The phone is really comfortable in your hand and you can feel how solid it is and how easy is to use the navigation, alphanumeric, and side keys.
I didn’t really like the idea of adding a light-sensor to this mobile phone and also the later models. It's located on the top above the Nokia logo. It turns off the keypad when surrounded by a well-lit area.
Nokia claims that this is for saving battery life, but I don’t think so because you can easily put your finger on top of the light-sensor and that will light the keypad again as if it was dark.
The right side button is a power button (long press) and also to switch between profiles (short press) and that is quite typical for all Nokia phones.
The left side button is used for voice dialing, voice commands, and to easily switch between handset and loudspeaker modes when a call is in progress.
One of the 6630 disadvantages is absence of side volume keys which may come in handy during a call.
Let's talk about the loudspeaker. I'm really impressed! The sound is loud and clear when using the speaker phone or when listening to an MP3 file. Of course you can't compare it with phones that have 2 speakers or 3D sound but it's quite perfect in this segment.
You will be also amazed when you use the headset included in the standard sales package and enjoying the power of MP3 or WAV files.
Let's now talk about the camera.
Nokia categorizes this mobile phone in the imaging segment. It has a 1.3 mega pixel camera with 12x of smooth digital zoom and also the ability to control brightness and contrast of photos (before taking them).
Night mode and sequence mode (burst) are also available.
The maximum image resolution is 1280*960 pixels. VGA quality (640*480 pixels) is also available.
I think that the image quality is good enough. The photos look really good on the phone and PC. They turn out a bit blurry when zooming (typical for digital zoom).
As for video, unlimited recording is available and that depends on the capacity on the memory card. The video resolutions are 176*144 or 128*96 pixels.
Night mode and muting/unmuting sound is also available during video recording.
I can say that the 6630 camera is good for people who just need a simple camera or like to shoot a few photos every once in a while or during special occasions.
But of course you can replace a digital camera with a cell phone camera.
The phones operating system is Symbian OS based on series-60 platform.
You won't find much differences if compared to other phones such as 6600, 7610, 6670, 6260…etc.
That means it's compatible with most of the SIS files.
One of the main software differences is the gallery. It no longer uses the filing mode. Sound clips, music tracks, images, web links, are separated into categories.
There is also an ''All Files" category that shows all files which are sorted only by date.
A great advantage or plus for this phone is the new range of added programs such as:
Movie maker, image prints, video editor, Adobe PDF, quick office, Kodak mobile sharing, catalogs, search, photo editor, lifeblog, and the best one of them is image manager which allows to edit images or view them in a full-screen slideshow.
Other stuff such as messaging, clock, web, calendar, wallet, to-do…etc. are typical for other series 60 phones. Bluetooth is also available but no infrared.
You can also install a Bluetooth wireless keyboard using keyboard application and also get operator settings automatically using settings wizard programs.
An interesting application is a voice commands which easily enables you to add voice commands to almost all phone applications.
The music player is quite good and the sound quality is great for a phone that uses one speaker. It supports MP3, AAC, WAV, AMR, and RM sound formats. The music player is a bit poor due to absence of an equalizer. You can also use any of the mentioned formats as a loud ringing-tone.
Video calls are also supported when a 3G network is available.
As a conclusion, I think that this phone is great for people who need a smart phone with a large display, large keypad, good camera, and comfortable side keys.
If you want to download themes, games, wallpapers, and software for your 6630 or any other phone go to: http://www.mobile9.com
But before ending this review I would like to remind you of the standard sales packages of the 6630:
6630 mobile handset
CD-ROM with PC suite
64MB dual voltage RS-MMC card
Quick start guide and user manuals (English and local language)
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