If no camera is such a big deal get a Casio QV 3000 EX & transfer the pics via infra-red, like I do with my old, but dearly loved 9210i. As for size, wear it on your hip.
If it is as robust as 9210i it gets my vote, mine has to work in quarries!
iif somebody intrested in spending rs.35000 bucks so go for it.i used 7710 but that was a brick and waste of time using a touchscreen. this is a sleek model and wrong to say that it for only business use.i love my phone
It´s too small!! I miss the old nokia brick communicators they looked more sophisticated.
Well maybe it's the best communicator from NOKIA. And it is! But i'll miss the Wi-Fi..but not the camera. If u want to take pictures take a digital camera......
So if this is a bussines phone where is the wi-fi....maybe NOKIA will release this upgrade soon az 9300i.
And the price in Bulgaria is 700 euros.
Hello there i also own a 9300 but i was wonder the open-close door is the quality good or aftet 2-3 months the door will not stand when you will open it.
Nice phone except for the Vibrate option.
I have two problems -
1. the After call details do not come up even though I have activated it
when the phone rings the name is displayed last name and then first name even though I have changed the settings to First name, Last name
Can anyone with a 9300 tell me if you can read PDF's attached to emails on this phone
i got that phone already
i am from austria and got it at a1
9300 is a wonderful phone i 've use nokia phone 4 d past 10 yrs.only let of vibrate & backlight on desk key pad.well done nokia
Just bought a N9300 last week after one month of extensive comparison among few Pocket PCs, PDA phones and smart phones.
As a communicator, 163g is light. Don't call it a BRICK, not anymore please. I used to have touch screen PDA and smart phones, I find it easy to operate even without a touch screen. The only thing missing is the Vibrate Mode. Looks like I'm going to miss some calls during meetings.
does anyone know how i can activate the dictionary on this phone for writing sms, like the other nokia phones. I cant seem to find the dictionary option in the message settings.Pls help!!
For anybody who is not a business user, this phone is difficult to work with, as it do not have a touch screen. And then if you need some tjing some thing for office mails and microsoft documents buy a windows smart phone or a blackberry instead... who needs 9300???
Price??? would it work in Europe??? is European charger/adapter included? Thx.
can some one till me about this phone .
is it good or are thiere any proplems with it , and does it support arabic also .