the phone is good in size but should have camera and outer screen should be colored,communicator has all the features which are required these days,speed should be good,it should come with a classy fm stereo and the most important thing of all the battery backup should be powerfull otherwise all the functions it carries are simply useless
Dear Mr Shah
You can transfer your excel documents via bluetooth using your bluetooth enabled laptop or by bying a bluetooth adapter for INR 700-
hi i use 9300 nokia i like it very much i great i have use imate jam and p910 they r nice but imate is so big but 9300 is smaller than it but nokia 9300 not have msn in it what i have to do to have msn in it plz reply
I have a query. when using the phone cover contact list, I can only search for names based on the persons surname - so if I type say "NA" I will get a listing of all names having a surname beginning with "NA". However, on the inside application contact directory and telephone directory I can configure the search to be based on either first name or last name or both. Is there a way to configure the phone cover contact list to searchthe same way.
I just bought a Nokia 9300.. I would like to transfer certain Excel sheets from my PC to the 9300... Can someone helpme as to how it can be done.. Prompt reply would be highly appreciated.
I have just purchased my Nokia 9300. I would like to know how can I delete one number at a time either dailled or received.
I wanted to buy the 9300, main intention is to use EXCEL on the move and able to share files in my office and at home. Hope that someone out there can give me some advice good and bad. Thanks.
9300 :P haha maybe im biased
Never tried d500 but i have 6630 and 9300
i prefer 99300 than 6630. Both are the best phone but i just prefer 9300 without reasons. U just have to feel the 9300 in your hands to understand what i mean :P
just having used 9500 and p910 along with this phone i had three phones just three days back but i just sold the other two off (9500 and p910) for a moto v3 cuz i just realized having this 9300 i didnt need 9500 my reason for letting go off 9500 although it happens to be superb was its size which is way too big and for throwing off p910 is that its accessories are not widely availible although it was rock solid in stability it simply didnt have as many features for a flagship model from a company as good as SE not to forget it was a smartphone and not a communicator lets classify smartphones and communicators smartphones are pda enabled phones whereas communicators are phone enabled pdas the reason for keeping my 9300 is that i dont need a cam phone cuz i have a 7 mp sony dsc-p150 for that second is that its smaller than the 9500 and has a superb keyboard and if i need photos on the go i always have the v3 so no need of keeping two other bulky devices jus for the camera the summary is 9300 rocks
Ankuish 9300 is a business phone with not as powerful multimedia capabilities of the 6630. I truely recommend the 9300 if multimedia is not really important to you.
Btw 9300 roxxxs!!! i have 6630 and its really good too
The best business tool.if one needs its features nothing else compares.
True my phone had 0 hangs and ive had it for almost 2 months!! Only problem f the phone is the speed and most people do not use the raw power of this machine!! If u like multimedia only dont go for this phone!! Best phone ive had along with the 02 mini aka imate jam
great phones. been using it for 1 months now. ZERO hangs!. (some people said it usually hangs but for me is zero). good batery life. but 1 thing that i miss. camera!
Very good phone. In my opinion better then the bulky mama Nokia 9500. The only major gap between 9300 and 9500 is the camera and WiFi connection. But the camera of 9500 sucks anyway with no quality. Even the camera of 6230 is better comparing to the camera of 9500.
I had oppourtunity to use both 9500 and 9300. I will recommend 9300 always.Especially because of its handy size and weight. Yeah 9300 does from time to time become slow and hangs up but it is OK. The only thing that I need this phone to have is the compatability to read ' pdb ' files. Since more literature is available in pdb format.
Does anyone know any pdb to prc convertor program?
Have been using the 9300 for 2 months now, the more I use it, the more I like it. The best tool around in the field. Have beefed it up with 3rd party software and this in addition to EDGE gives me an ideal tool for remote managing all our systems if needed.
And a big plus for the camera being omitted. In my work I very often go to places where no camera equipment is allowed, not even phones with cameras.
the 9300 is a tool, the one who buys an 9300 for only fun and showing off will be disappointed, but if you need the raw power of the 9300, you won't be disappointed.
hey..cuz ! laptop doesn`t have vibrate! this phone doesn`t need vibrate cuz! outstanding phone i ever had! good for bussines and pleasure. ! 9300 better slim than 9500. my vote for 9300 .. 9/10
This smartphone impressed me highly. The many features of this phone and the fact that they work – internet, e-mail, synchronization with Outlook contacts and calendar, world clock, a converter (of currencies, temperature and length), modem, infrared connection, full qwerty keyboard, connection with Edge (G 2.5) – still excites me every time I use it. This, together with the bigger included memory chip, makes it a better phone than the Blackberry and smartphones of I-Mate and Motorolla.
This is the ideal instrument for the businessperson on the go. Previously I had to carry a cell phone and my Palm Zire. Now I only have to carry one instrument.
I also like the fact that it does not have a camera and all the other silly gadgets (strange ringing tones etc.) This classic, conservative style goes well with my style as businessperson.
My only critique: the Symbian OS does not synchronize as well with Outlook as the Palm OS. For example, it does not update changes I made to Contacts in Outlook on the handset. To overcome this problem, I on occasion delete all contacts and calendar entries on the phone and then synchronizes it again. I suppose the Microsoft Pocket Phone edition offered by Motorolla and I-Mate smartphone synchronises perfectly with Outlook, but it is nice to not always support Microsoft (and indirectly, the USA).