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Written on: 25/06/2013 by firebyrd (35 reviews written)
still got my nokia 6300 so as my partner, we use them mainly as they have the best organizers we have found. one problem is. When making calls they tend to make your ears burn so don't use them for long calls. great as an organizer but not for making calls… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2013 by seun (2 reviews written)
i want to remove restriction code on my 6300 nokia phon… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/10/2010 by Sico2 (6 reviews written)
I bought the phone few months back for over £120 as pay as you go sim. I did overpay for it, but back then it was first sleek design by Nokia. I still have it, only had to buy new micro SD card, as by updating the software the standard 128mb got locked with a password and you couldn't unlock until you went to the service and pay for the password, where new 2gb card cost me £5.
In general nice design, not too heavy or bulky, 2 years of clicking, smsing, answering phone and no trace of usage or… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2009
I think it's a good phone. The Nokia 6300 is sleek and very easy to use. For the price you're paying, obviously you shouldn't be expecting many functions. I would recommend this to anyone who's interested for a basic phone which has the usual functions and is slim n sexy! The battery life isn't too bad. I only charge it every 3 days, which is good compared to my previous motorola, and sony which i had to charge every night! The system never lags or restarts by itself, which was one of the major… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/07/2009
I just wanted a cheapish, solid phone, nothing too fancy and easy to use.
The Nokia 6300 ticked every box. Looks stylish - and has great functionlity. Its not too hard on the old pocket either, i got mine from tesco contract mobile and have to say - it was sent the next day and had no problems. Im really happy with it and would definatley recommend it.
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Written on: 04/04/2009
Have used Nokia for years & generally feel they are pretty good value. This phone disappointed me from the start though. It's ok overall, but not sure it's a huge improvement on the last 6300. Don't think the design of it was particularly thoughtful. Am now very tempted to go with the iPhone as it looks so much easier (and more fun) to use… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2009 by K Ray (4 reviews written)
It felt substantial yet sleek
It isn't robust... it's too 'boutique' and didn't last me beyond a week - hence where I've given '5' it's because I can only be fair since I didn't get to know it before the screen broke in my pocket & it went to the charity recycling folk... Do not recommend the Nokia 6300… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2008
Light weight, slim, easy to go in pocket. Reliable and robust (been dropped a few times).
Light weight, slim, easy to go in pocket. Reliable and robust (been dropped a few times)
.Excellent overall. Current time owned 15 months and see no reason to upgrade purely for cosmetic reasons. It does what a phone's supposed to do - what more do you want?… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2008 by kiyawhite (56 reviews written)
The Nokia 6300 is still a very popular contendor in the mid-range mobile phone market, although it's almost two years old. It's immense popularity is what made me buy it.
The phone itself looks incredible. It's very stylish and beautiful - very classy and suitable if you want to do a bit of showing-off. The sleek 'Nokia' logos are great finishing touches.
Start-up time is okay. After the tidy Nokia welcome opening theme (featuring the "connecting hands" trademark), whether you skip the… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2008 by jahaangle (18 reviews written)
Good phone in general I've had 2 as business phones, S40 software is robust but not a match for the S60 OS found in the N-Series phones. For a Nokia the phone is very stylish and slim. 2MP camera produces excellent pictures outside but struggles in poor light without a flash. Some of the menu buttons are a bit small and the silver D-Pad is a bit narrow. The actual phone buttons are of a good size and are responsive. Battery life is a bit poor and degrades quickly as the phone gets older. Screen… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/11/2008 by mart9012 (1 review written)
I have had this phone two years now and I am still delighted with it. It has been perfectly reliable, the screen has proved robust and actually this whole phone feels well made, tough and easy to use. I would definately recommend it as it has pretty much all the features you need. Maybe newer versions could add better size jacks, GPS, larger microSd capability and a much much better battery life… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2008 by Fahad092 (1 review written)
Overall i personally dont like this phone,it's to fragile just because of it's LCD being very close to the outer screen.i had a nokia 6300 phone and it's LCD broke twice.I personally wont recommend this phone and if anyone want to buy it so he have to take a good care of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2008 by alfainstitute (1 review written)
I find the Nokia 6300 good in terms of design and styling. However, I also feel it can be delicate, slow… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/09/2008
The Nokia 6300 is a excellent all round phone. If you need to make calls ,listen to music and the radio or take the odd photo or play games this is the one for you. Everything you need is on this phone. It even has a sound booster to block out disturbances.
Bluetooth, mp3 player, radio, camera, expandable upto 2GB memory card, there is nothing else a standard user desires and that is what makes this phone a good buy.
It may not have all that you want, but it does have what you need… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2008
The Nokia 6300 battery is pretty bad on this phone, have to charge it every second day.
The phone will randomly restart itself and takes ages for the memory to start back up.
Also I can no longer use the phone as when I go into the inbox it says operation timed out. I have a few new messages in there and cant read them.
Once again disappointed with nokia... but what can I expect from a batch made phone!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2008
I got this a couple of days ago, and I love it, bring it everywhere and show it off, because I do say it is very stunning ;)… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/07/2008 by anto2k7utj (2 reviews written)
When I bought Nokia 6300 phone last year I loved it..!
I compared the images that I took on it to other manufacturers 2MP cameras, and the 6300 was far superior!
The battery life really ruined this phone.
Come on nokia, will you ever learn that battery life is very very important.
The main reason I loved this phone is because of the texting ability. Its great to text with =]
Also the music player was great, very stylish.
The speaker is very loud and the music quality is crystal clear.
This… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2008
Seriously annoyed with Carphone Warehouse for selling me this phone when I was buying a hands free kit at the same time and they knew I used voice dialling consistently… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/05/2008 by Access786 (1 review written)
You people at Nokia need to wake up, we pay good money for Nokia phones yet they are not to standard.
1. The battery life is terrible. A fully charged battery lasts for 1 day when using web based applications GPRS
2. The keypad was designed for small people with small fingers. Keypad is flat and doesn't allow sufficient grooving/spacing in between. This is irritable when typing messages.
3. The navigation key should have been smaller allowing the end(red) and answer (green) key to be bigger. Go… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2008 by Artisan (8 reviews written)
I've been given the Nokia 6300 as an upgrade from the Nokia 6320i and I'm really disappointed. Funnily enough I actually use this as a phone for business, a point that has been overlooked by Nokia in their attempt to make it appeal to texters and those that take meaningless pictures all the time.
The most annoying thing about the 6300 is the voice dialling which worked perfectly well on my original Nokia using my own voice to confirm the name. On the 6300 every contact is automatically given… Read Full Review