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  1. #1
    axauk
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    Any experiences of N6630....good or bad. I'm thinking about updating my
    N6600.





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  2. #2
    Jeremy Pope
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    Re: Nokia 6630


    "axauk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Any experiences of N6630....good or bad. I'm thinking about updating my
    > N6600.
    >
    >

    I've had mine for 2 weeks and am a fan - except for the battery life 2.5
    days is the best so far.....

    I got it on Vodafone UK. The 3G stuff works and is quick. On vodafone it
    comes with the Video stand, but only a 32Mb card, not the 64Mb advertised on
    the Nokia site. Some of the defaults are a bit odd, but they're probably
    Vodafone customisations rather than Nokia's settings.

    Accessories are a little thin on the ground which is a shame as I'm
    desperate to replace the cr*ppy Vodafone logo case, but maybe I'm just
    picky.

    My old phone was a V525 and I expected the menus to be hard to learn, but
    they seem almost natural. Biggest thing for me is that on my V525, only the
    Bluetooth headset rang, not the phone. Both my Nokia and my Jabra headset
    ring now.

    Jeremy.





  3. #3
    Hunter
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    Re: Nokia 6630

    Tried 6630 at CPW, not impressed with keypad feedback nor general build
    quality. Also asking myself, in the real (not teenage) world, how would that
    device take advantage of higher speeds? Will be taking the advice of Which?
    and sticking with 6600/GSM for time being.

    "axauk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Any experiences of N6630....good or bad. I'm thinking about updating my
    > N6600.
    >






  4. #4
    Macbeth
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    Re: Nokia 6630

    I just got mine from Vodafone and it is actually ok, a bit like a 6600 mark
    2. Mine was free and I have nothing to loose by trying it as if I dont like
    it I will go back to the 6600. I dont think it is a teenagers phone as it
    is not a MP3 / radio phone and I think it has more business use with the
    Work and Excel packages.

    "Hunter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Tried 6630 at CPW, not impressed with keypad feedback nor general build
    > quality. Also asking myself, in the real (not teenage) world, how would
    > that device take advantage of higher speeds? Will be taking the advice of
    > Which? and sticking with 6600/GSM for time being.
    >
    > "axauk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Any experiences of N6630....good or bad. I'm thinking about updating my
    >> N6600.
    >>

    >
    >






  5. #5
    Hunter
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    Re: Nokia 6630

    I'm glad you're satisfied. Presumably yours has Voda branding? And is there
    a PDF viewer available for 6630?

    "Macbeth" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I just got mine from Vodafone and it is actually ok, a bit like a 6600 mark
    >2. Mine was free and I have nothing to loose by trying it as if I dont
    >like it I will go back to the 6600. I dont think it is a teenagers phone
    >as it is not a MP3 / radio phone and I think it has more business use with
    >the Work and Excel packages.
    >
    > "Hunter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Tried 6630 at CPW, not impressed with keypad feedback nor general build
    >> quality. Also asking myself, in the real (not teenage) world, how would
    >> that device take advantage of higher speeds? Will be taking the advice of
    >> Which? and sticking with 6600/GSM for time being.
    >>
    >> "axauk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> Any experiences of N6630....good or bad. I'm thinking about updating my
    >>> N6600.
    >>>

    >>
    >>

    >
    >






  6. #6
    John Phillips
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    Re: Nokia 6630



    On Wed, 05 Jan 2005, at 13:15:08 [GMT GMT] (00:15:08 Thursday, 6 January
    2005 where I live) "axauk" wrote:

    > Any experiences of N6630....good or bad. I'm thinking about updating my
    > N6600.


    IMO 6670 looks a better phone, but no 3G, if this is what you need.

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  7. #7
    banks
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    Re: Nokia 6630


    there is a common problem in all the nokia phones- music music and only
    music. all the phones s*** . they can never match with the
    Sony Ericsson standards. especially the walkman series. wats
    gud in 6630 is the camera. the pic is gud even in the zoom mode and
    almost all softwares run on it like opera, netfront etc.


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  8. #8
    adeeb
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    Re: Nokia 6630


    its true nokia cant meet the standards of sony ericsson in
    SOUND{music}only ! rest sony ericsson cant meet the standards of
    nokia..the main thing is smartphone tht is S60 series.... u find plenty
    of nokia applications and games but not of sony ericsson....so most of
    the people prefer NOKIA and 6630 rocks!


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  9. #9
    Simon Templar
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    Re: Nokia 6630

    adeeb from GSM WANKERS wrote:
    > its true nokia cant meet the standards of sony ericsson in
    > SOUND{music}only ! rest sony ericsson cant meet the standards of
    > nokia..the main thing is smartphone tht is S60 series.... u find plenty
    > of nokia applications and games but not of sony ericsson....so most of
    > the people prefer NOKIA and 6630 rocks!


    You MORONS an GSM Hacks are unbelievable. One you can't ***** and two
    you drag up a thread that is months old and reply with something totally
    irrelevant to it.


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