the new phones of nokia are not reliable. they easily hang and runs out of battery fast.
Apalling. So-called business tool. Freezes up, synchronises miserably with Outlook, processor slow. Theoreticaly should have revolutionised my portable business use but now i am out of pocket and seeking alternative. Treo maybe?
I just got the phone and what I have seen this far it looks wonderful on software application
does anyone know if we can use T9 recognition when writing sms from the outside using the keypad?????
9300i is a great phone. I put it through its paces a full year and aside some reboots it performed excellently. It's retired now but I pull it out cause of all the 3rd party software that's on it. My N93 is better in most respects but even so I'll never sell my "brick". BTW, i typed this on N 93. Brick can't open this site. Cheers!
i love 95oo morre than any phone believe me d styles n great features ....
I purchased a 9300i but can't seem
to get it linked to my office email. There's a software called intellisync, I can't get my hands on nor did my phone come with disk that can assis me.
Some assistance from anyone would be higly apprecaited.
Nokia 9300i is a very nice phone and I think that This is the best Phone for business person its look like a phone with all the tools in it .I have used O2/imate etc but still I feel that Nokia Communicator is the best phones from nokia .Battery is 2 good If some one phone is slow then theycan reload the software with my phone I have no problems ,No issuies I am very happy with this phone This is my Second 9300i phone because I lost one of my 9300i so i again purchased this model Only ........
Hi everyone, i'm planning to get 1 9300i but i just wonder is there any software to support chinese writing? Thanks.
In fact I bought this phone as an exchange of Nokia9500.But is very slow, can't pick up calls sometimes, freezes and when you try to open the dialled numbers it always shows "reading log". it is very annoying using it compared to 9500 which was a bit faster; however, 9300i suppose to be faster and better performance than 9500.
don't buy it and stick with your old 9500
it is very good model...i m fully statisfied from it except inner keyboard light...nice phone..overall
anybody who can talk about the durability of the keyboard?thanks. I got a treo650 which has a undurable keyboard.
I have purchased Nokia 9300i three weeks. I do not like the themes existing please advise free download of themes that have good colours combination etc - firstname.lastname@example.org bharat solanki Mumbai.
This is supposed to be a business model.Well...
The processor is very slow,which makes working with calendar & todo lists extremely annoying.
Nokia has also problems with usability,9300i
has absolutely goofy functionality for handling the pda stuff.My favorite is the Yes/No drag down list.Compare the pda functions with Palm Tungsten C,and you get my meaning.The gsm features are decent enough,though no back lighting for the keyboard ( for a finn,annoying again ).Overall : a big disappointment.Buy it if you want to show off.
this is the best phone i ever bought, sure it has no camera but i don't care, its a briliant piece of technology. I am impressed by the long batery life of this big phone!!!
I`ve been using this phone half a year allready, and despite a lack of camera and slow processor speed its a solid thing. It has crashed only few times in this time and that was also my fault when installing wrong software. The best thing is text imput and the wide screen. If you once get used to communicators you never want to see another phone without a qwerty keyboard. Whats the use of all the connectivity and email and internet if you do not have a sensible input method.
why without cam...??? quite frankly, im not much of a "techno-guy" i was about to buy this unit because of the design and features...but when i found out that there's no cam, damn.... i bought an xda instead.... sorry if i mentioned the brand but i have to...hope u understnd
I had a Treo 600 before this (brilliant piece of equipment), but because I use the internet and e-mail a lot, I decided on the 9300i. I was not disappointed. Appart from the slow processor speed, lack of third party software and 3G!!!!!, it is an excellent PDA/Phone with adequate bundled software. I will wait for the 3G version. It just boggles the mind that "A BUSINESS PHONE" normally used by people on the move came out without 3G.