It is good phone it just as a laptop but if it has more feature it will rock the world . i want to purchase its too bulky but it create an heavy impression
Yes, power users can moan about a lot on the 9300i, but this phone isn’t for power users. This is a phone that gives a huge amount of power and flexibility to the mass market. The communicator range, in the shape of the 9300i, finally have a phone with a respectable size, stable software and a solid range of third party applications. It might not look it, but in the marketplace, the 9300i should be a winner by a country mile.
That’s why the 9300i is aimed squarely at business users on the move.
I havent tryed on 9300i but i think nokia follows its own old rules, its in Hash (#) key press and hold it
9300i is substandard when compared to nearly all other smart phones from SE , O2 , Motorola , HP , Treo .
The lack of vibrator , no stylus , bulky , poor battery life , limited features all make it a shabby product.
Nokia is right now way behind in the smart phone market (my guess at least 2 years behind competition).
This will cost Nokia as lot of smart phone users are decision makers and boy Nokia is in big trouble on this front.
wdf is this? vibration is a feature not to take the phone anywhere else, so we can expect a smartphone to have this feature too
hey barbies..stop asking for vibration!!!
this is a smartphone not a high tech
Well it has T9 in cover screen not in communicator screen coz we dont need there as long as each and individuall key is sperately pressed and get rid of T9 there :-)
Does this phone have T9 ? i have heard some say it does have it still confused on it....please revert
9300i is best cell phone but contain some disadvantage because not satisfy all user by limited language (ex: no arabic language).
I dont like the design from out side. Hey, will this phone (or whatever it is...) fit in the pocket?
Most business phones are overpriced and marjins really fat.... companies tend to milk their business customers and Nokia is no exception the 9300 and 9500 are hugly overpriced
Happy to see this come to the US market - min. 2 yr delay -- product/carrier management appears to be an issue!
In my experince with O2 mini, whenever I lost my backup battery I lost my all contacts in it and retyped/resored again n again, it happend to me whenever I was on move, I think at least NOKIA is not battery dependant.
Buy the O2 mini, far better than the 9500 / 9300. Nokia as failed their customers and once loyal fans (like me) in the business phone segment.