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Written on: 19/05/2012 by rembrandt15 (1 review written)
THE BEST MOBILE PHONE EVER MADE (OR PROBABLY EVER WILL BE, SEEING THE THE RISE OF TOUCHSCREEN SMARTPHONES) The thing is; Do you want to speak to someone, or do you want to play arround with a minicomputer ? Although it very tempting to lose yourself in helpfull, funny, smart or interesting apps, the problem is, is that you'r kidding yourself. You are just bumming around. Go and make yourself usefull, and if someone needs you, they'll call you. And you'll be there because your 6310 will be… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/06/2010
I'm a collector of mobile phones and have handled most of all phones. so far to date. manufactured. The Nokia 6301i, to date, is by far the best ever designed phone. On pure basic performance this phone can not be beaten, cult status, no; nothing deserves this sort of status. Yet this phone deserves something and that is to be kept in use out of respect for it's great designe and practicability of use… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/09/2009
Just bought one from www.6310i.co.uk arrived next day and was great! My old one was battered so was very glad to get another one… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/08/2009
i love this Nokia 6310i phone its so easy to use and so simple i would very much recommend this to people… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2009 by Nokia6310ifan (1 review written)
The Nokia 6310i is the best phone ever made. It rightly enjoys real cult phone status. It's indestructible, and when all else fails ( like your iPhone or my Samsung Omnia and Blackberry ) it will come out of the bottom of my bag and be working in seconds. It doesn't do GPS, think it's a camera or a spirit level. It just does phone text and data as nothing else can… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/01/2009 by Secularian (21 reviews written)
Excellent battery life. I do believe it once went without charge for a full week.. probably not now though (after 5 years).
Its a mobile phone... that doesn't require its charger for a long weekend city break in Milan.
No word of a lie. Its been on a full 60 degree fast spin cycle in my Hotpoint (when it works) and having spent 8 hours on a radiator looks and feels like new (non bio)... not recommended though… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2005 by wilkey (1 review written)
There's a reason why you'll see business men and women the world over carrying this handset when it comes to acting as a phone above anything else, it's the best at its job. This workhorse has a huge memory and battery life and does everything you need (like email and Bluetooth) without all the bells and whistles. An extremely solid performer.
Bought from FoneShop.com who supply all our business phones… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2004 by Iain Macrae (17 reviews written)
Nokia 6310i - Face it this is a serious business phone. It's bells and whistles like ring tones, WAP and games are not up to much, but the bluetooth, infrared port, memory, battery and signal make it a great no-nonsense phone.
I don't have much time for web and games or even ringtones, but this phone does what I need. I can rely on it for calls throughout the day and it charges quickly in an excellent car kit on the way home. Sound is clear and signal is rarely a problem (Orange have a lot to… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/09/2004 by Technophobe (7 reviews written)
Nokia 6310i - If you want a mobile phone for telephoning then this is the one for you. No camera, no video, no games, no stupid ringtones, just lots of reception. I find I can call out when others on the same network fail to get a signal, now that's what I call a phone. I can't believe Nokia are discontinuing it, what am I to get to replace it?… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2004 by asbjorn43 (3 reviews written)
Nokia 6310i - Being responsible for about 100 active mobile phones to our staff during about 10 years, I can surely say that the 6310i is one of the very best...maybe next to the old 5110 which was remarkable in many respects..
It is a pity that manufacurers, Nokia included, are more focused on cameras and mms than well-functioning and easy to handle phones… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2004 by RICARDO (4 reviews written)
The Nokia 6310i is a no nonsense mobile phone. It does exactly what it says on the tin!
I upgraded to this phone from a Nokia 6210 2 years ago. 2 weeks ago I upgraded to the newish Nokia 7250i, I wanted to move with the times to a colour screen phone etc. Guess what, I'm sticking with the 6310i as my main phone.
This phone offers a little bit of everything. As a busines phone it is ideal, it has everything you need. It's fast and it really feels good in your hand. It has bluetooth and you can… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2004 by Ashley Houghton (1 review written)
The Nokia 6310i mobile phones battery life is very long and only takes about 2 hours to charge. I wouldn't change it for any other… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2003 by Anthony Roadster (1 review written)
I have just bought a new 6310i to use the Bluetooth feature which works very well. However when using the phone in the normal way I frequently get hit by mic feedback that leads to a screech that all parties can hear. Any suggestions as to how to reduce/ minimise this unwanted feature… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2003 by jadoogar (1 review written)
I used this Nokia 6310i and loved it the most. It is so user friendly that everything goes with your mind and fingers on its own. Long lasting battery helps most. Signal is too strong and it has Bluetooth and Infrared both. I feel sorry to tell you but thieves also love the device. Mine got stolen and I would always like to have the same device again… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2003 by Cubit. (1 review written)
All in all, The Nokia 6310i is a great, user friendly, competent phone.
When it behaves-assuming you have the latest firmware- it is a good workhorse.
On my 5th phone now. Randomly powering down/resetting, dropping connection after 1-2 secs when using earpiece, signal reception fluctuation. Not related to the 6210 battery issue which we already had experience of. The simletons at Vodaphone said " Oh, we know about that, it is a firmware problem". Funy that because thwey had just sold… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2003 by Jatin Durgapal. (1 review written)
Have always been a Nokia fan. Had an Ericsson at one point but did not like it much.
My 6310i works well with the cable and iRDA. Modem works fine but I am restricted to 9.6kbps (due to service provider). Never had any problem.
Nokia software works well with the phone. Able to sync my Outlook address book with the phone. Therefore do not require 3rd party software.
Just got a blue tooth hands free - Sony Erricson HBH-35 and there are no issues with it. Worked the first time i tried… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2003 by Christopher James. (1 review written)
Well,what can I say but this phone is IDEAL if you're the one who likes his phone to be businessy and classy too! I've had mine now for about a month and think that it's FANTASTIC! going to Australia soon so it would be a GREAT phone to take with me!… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/04/2003 by Christopher James. (1 review written)
This phone is GREAT! I had one but gave it to my grandad because I didn't want it anymore, it was only when I saw it again made me realise just HOW MUCH I missed it. SO I've ordered it and it'll be with me on Monday on the o2 network pay as you go original tarrif… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/04/2003 by Vicky Sissons. (1 review written)
I have had 16 staff using this phone since 16/03/03, 5 of which are experiencing the same fault - the handset switches itself off!
One of my users is on his 4th phone, and again this one appears to be faulty.
I would really appreciate some feedback from anyone else who has experienced this fault - surely I'm not the only one!
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