On second thought, I think 6600 would be better for indoor imaging. And I dont think the pic as shown here is really taken with the 6630 because i tried to take a picture with my night mode activated during night time and the picture taken turn out to have lots of white dots. Just my opinion but that doesnt matter, it's excellent when taken outdoor during the day.
I just got this phone yesterday. So far no sign of any bug yet. This is the best phone I've ever had compared to my previous phones (Samsung True-i,6610,6600,7610). It's fast, with good quality picture and also good quality sound except for the brightness of the light, it's a bit dim. Trust me, get this phone. You won't regret this. As for those who said the speaker wasn't loud enough. Perhaps you didn't adjust the volume. I compared with my friend's 6230 and the volume are almost the same.
well the design of this fone wud have improved more like 7610//since it has got the shape like a female's figure//A LIL ROUND FROM THE BOTTOM //LOL//!!!!!!
hi guyss cud any one tell me how much wud 6630 cost in india by the end of january or 1st week of feb??
I'm looking for some guys with some experience with this phone, especially guys from Europe.
Do anyone of you find bugs in the phone?
Like automatic reboot, error with transferring data and mp3 between pc and the phone, or any other bug?
Please tell me.
All those bugs i heard.
Let me doubt to buy the phone.
n6630: Stereo MP3 output on earphones only. Mono from speaker. DEFINTELY better than mono earphone output of n6600.
Not forgetting Nokia 6630 comes with a much faster processor compare to 6600.I you're listening to MP3 from headset, it will be a definite stereo unlike 6600.Internal memory will be 10mb compare to 6600.Latest symbian OS 8.0a.
TOP GUN ...E398 cannot do video recording, lousy screen, 0.3 MP... only think nice is 3D stereo sound, but then why not go for decent MP3 player..... Ooops, sorry guys, I shouldn't bring in Motorla in here...
few advantages of N6630 over N6600
1. 1.23 megapixel camera
that's just about it!
N6600 has a camcorder application that can have unlimited video with audio recording and a camera xpro for zooming the videos and pics.
N6630 is just like 6600, 7610, 6670 and 6260 with a few enhancements. nothing special because nokia cannot match a moto e398 and k700i screens. N6630 sound is only mono and not stereo!
CAN SUMONE TELL ME WHETHER THIS phone has stereo sound output or not? unlike tht nokia 7610 which lacks this feature//&***
Hi, Top Gun, basically yr requirement for upgrading phone is 262 color screen...
I not saying u are wrong, but diff people has their requirement for phone upgrading like:
1) screen 262K which is yr requirement
4) 1.3 MP
5) 1 hour video recording
6) MP3 ring tone
7) Loud sound output
8) stereo sound.
I not trying to be nasty, but to let u understand diff people go for upgrading have their diff point of view.
Not doubt, install 3rd party software do help in certain aspects, well, all up to individual... thanks
Hey guys there is not much of a difference between the latest nokia 6630 and the nokia 6600 with all the possible application downloads that you install in the phone.
if you have a limited budget buy the 6600. if you have more then go for the 6630.
nothing special in the 6630 because like the 6600 they both have 65k colors and they both have the same looks in the phone. its the few additional features of 6630 plus its fresh so its more expensive and just slightly better than the 6600.
to all you people wanting to buy a nokia cellphone with symbian os just go for the 6600. if nokia uses a 262k color display then that will be the time that u go for an upgrade nokia cellphone.
for now 6630 is just like any symbian os nokia cellphone with a few additional features.
Hi, Nokia 6630 user, can I check with you is this phone able to read & write chinese language? Thanks a lot.
No problem, chcker.
Another advantage that folks with the 6600 upgrading to the 6630 is that all your contacts and contents of the gallery can be directly copied to the 6630 from the 6600 through bluetooth. Really cool feature. My 6630 was up and running 15 minutes after I got it, with al contacts copied! Nokia sez messages can be copied too. I checked this option at the time of copying the contents, but the messages didn't get transferred.
And about the reboot thing, you could be right chcker. The only things I installed after I got the phone are two games, a profile and a few skins for the movie editing app from the Nokia site. I haven't installed any third party apps yet.
Hi, Anup, thanks again once more. We need ppl like u to comment on the phone. I be getting my nokia 6630 at the end of the month. [I think the reboot issue may be due to junk software being installed.]
chckr, thanks for reminding me of another good thing about the 6630. MP3s play louder than most phones on the speaker. The bundled stereo earphones also give reasonable volume. I'm not a volume freak, but I find full volume minus two clicks comfortable when using the earphones.
MP3s can be saved as ringtones. And they play much louder than on the 6600. The 6600 actually converts ringtones to WAV while transferring, BTW. The 6630 keeps the MP3 format. (If you have an audio utility like sound forge or nero wave editor or creative wave editor, you can boos the volume level of the sound snippet you copy to the phone to make it sound louder. I did this to get really good results). The polyphonic quality is also much better than the 6600. For example, I use the rooster ring for my messages on the 6600. The 6630 also has a rooster ring. It sounds *so much* more realistic on the 6630.
If you're moving from a 6600 to the 6630, you'll be getting most of the features you REALLY wanted in a 6600, but couldn't.
I forgot to mention: The voice clarity is the BEST I've heard in a mobile fone yet (i've owned a 3310, 3330, 8250, 6100, 6220 and 6600). Both the earpiece, and the loudspeaker. I actually need to *decrease* the volume by a couple of bars from full while making calls. MUCh better than my old 6600.
Hi, Anup, thanks a lot for your subjective comment of the phone. I am using 6600 now, so m thinking of buying 6630.... By the way, is the mp3 loud or mp3 ring tone loud when played? Thanks a lot ...
I'm from India. I bought the 6630 a week back. VERY satisfied.
I've been using a 6600 for the past year, and let me tell you, the 6630 kicks the 6600's ass to the artic circle & back!
VERY fast menu and camera. Camera does not give good results indoor, but shooting in natural daylight outdoors gives great results.
My fone has the firmware dated November 2004, not Dec 2004. But, it hasn't hung or restarted on me even once (been using it for a week).
The preinstalled web browser is almost as good as Opera. Only gripe is no keyboard shortcuts for the browser.
MP3 clarity is great. Even from the speaker on the fone.
I agree with the reviewer about video recording. I would have preferred higher resolution to recording time.
The RS MMC (64 MB) filled up too fast (pics, Vids and MP3s), and no upgrade seems to be in sight (it is a DV RS MMC and not the regular kind).
The keypad is a real delight to use. Just the right balance betwen softness and firmness. Keys are big enough to be useful. The edit (pencil icon) ket has been shifted to the right side of the pad, rather than the left side like in the 6600. I think the 6600's placement (Left side) was better 'cos it's easier to hold the edit key down with my left thumb and use the joystick to select text with the right thumb (while using the phone with two hands). Same for selecting items on the phone to move, copy etc.
The bundled PC Suite is MUCH better than the 6600's. Better graphical interface. And the Image manager is back. (I got too used to the image manager to make wallpapers while using my old 6100 and 6220). Would have been nice if PC Suite could display all the contacts and messages in the phone like it used to do in the 6100's and 6220's.
I have mixed feelings about the brightness sensor. The display brightness keeps changing at times. But if it gives linger backup from the battery, I guess it's ok.
REasonable battery backup, by the way. I get 1 & 1/2 day's backup, even with a bit of MP3 listening, loads of browsing, bluetooth syncing, 20-25 calls of an average of 2 minutes each...
I was debating between the 7710 and the 6630 for a week before the buy. The 6630 won out because of it's compact size (in comparison to the 7710 of course :-)), Better cam, 6X zoom (for cam and camcorder) a keyboard, EDGE, and 3G. Maybe we'll get 3G in a year, before I change phones .