Hi all Nokia 6670 here....can any1 tell me where can i get flash Player for for free for 6670.?cause i find it until now ...i can't get any....
just bought this the nokia6670. it is a very good phone. you can do anything or change anything in this phone. nice ^.^
I bought a phone 1 month ago and i am totally satisfied with it.it`s a reallly good phone
6670 it's a great phone , youcan do olmost everything you want with it-music, photo, mini videoclips, photo editor, mouvie editor.
I have a question about the phone- what is the maximum mini mmc card memory that it can support, i want to buy a larger one but i don't know what is the maximum size i can get.
I spent alot of time looking around for the right phone and went to many sites like this one to get the info I needed to make the decision. So I'm posting this to give back and let others know what I found out. For those of you who want to skip to the part about stereo audio on the 6670, look toward the end of this review.
First off, I've only had the phone for a week now but couldn't be happier. This phone has crashed far less than my PC ever has and it's fast enough considering what I expect it to do.
My previous phone was a Sony-Ericsson Z600, a very good phone (especially when I bought it) and extremely reliable. That having been said, getting a Nokia Symbian is like stepping into another universe. The screen is large and colorful and the UI is beautiful to look at.
To help you with your choice, I'll list the other phones I looked at during my search along with comments as to why I didn't get them.
Motorola V3 - No memory card, no symbian, surprisingly short of features. My Sony from two years ago had the same feature set. This is a fashion phone and not all that cool in retrospect.
Motorola Pebl - An incredibly beautiful phone to hold and fondle. Unfortunately, it's lacking in the guts department, crappy camera, no memory card etc. They'll make more of these and when they do, everything will be upgraded, so wait.
Motorola A780 - Rather ugly design, good for Chinese input but as a linux device, supporting software is limited.
Sony - W800 Great music phone, lacks Symbian. Symbian only matters if you want to install additional software. If you want a music phone with the latest java, etc go with this one, but finish this review because getting the 6670 and the right accessory will save you $200 US.
Sony 900 series - Too bulky
Nokia 6680,81,82 - Cool, with stereo playback and 256k colors, but ugly design. Aside from stereo MP3 playback and another .3 for camera resolution, no other benefits for the additional $100 US.
Nokia 6630 - Ugly
Nokia 7610 - Nice in every regard except for no stereo MP3 playback. If you look at the development path of Nokia phones, it makes sense that they wouldn't include stereo in these models. If they had done so, no one would have bought the 6680 or 6630 phones. The extra .3 megapixel or 256k colors just wouldn't justify the cost. The design looked really cool when it first came out but now it's the 6670 that has a classier feel, due it's simplicity. The 1 Megapixel camera isn't state of the art, but neither is a 2Megapixel Sony Ericsson. State of the art is 5+ Megapixel dedicated cameras. 1 Megapixel is quite sufficient for snapshots.
Nokia N70 - This phone is the best of the lot, and the most expensive. It's also in a wierd position since it's an evolutionary step from the 7610->6630->6680 but not a revolution. What's worse it that the next phones to come down the line are revolutionary, the N90, N80 for example have large hard drives, wi-fi and 3 megapixel cameras. For these phones, the additional 300-500 US makes sense. Going for the N70 is for the impatient. I was almost one myself because the other phones didn't have stereo or were too ugly. What I really wanted was a good looking Nokia phone with Symbian and stereo. The N70 fits this description, but it seems really stupid to buy one for the extra 200+ US when in two or three months the N80 and N90 will be out.
Ideally, I'd get the 6670 and find a way to play stereo audio on it. The phone looks good and is cheaper than the 7610, it has all of the same features plus a few more like quickword and quicksheet.
So I went looking for a way to play stereo on my 6670. I found the itech s35 clip. The problem with the 6670 is that the audio hardware is mono, so no matter what you plug into it, it's mono. If you go via bluetooth however, you've got stereo and with good quality. The problem there is that the bluetooth on Nokia 6670 doesn't support audio transmission.
I itech s35 clip includes software to handle audio via bluetooth. I bought one, it works a treat. The audio is clear and I keep the headphones attached to my shirt or jacket. There are still wires from the blue tooth reciever to the ear buds but not the kind that will mess with you if you are doing sports, for example. If you want no wires at all the same company makes a completely wireless version for a bit more money. I got the clip because
a) It was available
b) I can attach any brand headphone to it's standard 3.5 mm plug.
c) Walking around with a headset and no wires still looks a bit too 'Star Trek' for my taste.
Your call, the important point here is that you can get yourself a sweet Symbian phone that isn't too big or ugly, enjoy stereo playback with a wireless head set and save $200+ while you wait for the N80 to come out. Not only that but you won't have to get the N80 the first day it's released because you'll be pleased with your 6670 and can therefore wait until the N80's bugs are fixed and the price comes down out of the ozone.
The headset cost me about $60 US. The difference in cost had I bought the 6680 was about $100, so I saved $40 on the deal. What's cooler though is that I have a bluetooth headset that can handle calls without me looking like 'Scotty'. When I migrate to another phone, I can take the headset with me.
That's why, until the N80 and above come out, you should get the 6670.
Nokia 6670 is a very good phone ...and its camera is very much clear ,and soundz great and its shape is good ,and im totally satisfied wiTh it .....
Hey ppl, i seem to b havin trouble transferin songs to my 6670, i use a bluetooth attatchment on my pc to send the songs, and then when it gets to around 80% it says on my phone that the memory is low therefore it cannot be stored? i dont understand..? so i need to change the default memory from my phone to the memory card?
6670 is avery advance phone its camers and mp3 player is very sophisticated and very good mobile.
6230i is a foolish phone..small screen..it can not be compared to 6670..and the qualities of 6670 is really good
This is a nice phone finally. I'm using it for near one year, still got no problem. No software bugs if you install recommended and registered miscellaneous softwares. Camera quality is acceptable in its class. Not so heavy (Just around 115g). Fits well in hands. The keypad is a bit disappointing at first, but you'll get used to it. I have no problem typing with it now. I recommend it to all people who want to buy a cheap and countable symbian phone from NOKIA.
Hey ppl, just got this off ebay for £60 which i think is a bargain so hopefully ill have a pleasant surprise, its pretty much identical to the 7610 apart from a few slight luks, and i like the 7610 so it shud b gud!!
i have nokia 6670, i forgot the security code of my phone, can someone tell me how to bring back the default code (12345).
Im using 6670 since one month. I bet any one can like the features provided in this heavy thing. Only it needs stereo music atleast through headphone. And a bit slow just any other symbion sys. Finally a bit outdated for 2006 when compared with price tag, but quality proven.
Ace phone,typical Nokia bomb-proof but bottom 2 outer buttons have stuck under the case 3 or 4 times now and it's a pain to get them back out.Phone "exactly what it says on the..........."
i've used 6670 and explored it almost completly ... i've now switched over to 6630 for the sake of stereo sound via headset and better imaging & video properties.
i can bet ... 6670 is a 100 times better than 6630 in terms of running different applications. 6630's software is also not that stable!
for any further info, mail me!