Written on: 08/06/2011 by JacNighty (1 review written)
Off the bat; the handset is very similar to the Blackberry curve in its aesthetic and that's about where the similarity ends. The phone upon closer inspection is a very cheap homage to the blackberry, its centre key is very wearing on the thumb after prolonged use and the silver paint comes off all flakey onto your thumb. The keypad, the only reason I purchased the phone in the first instance, is actually very, very good, it doesn't have the annoying click that comes with the Blackberry... (read more)
Written on: 09/05/2011 by waterybob (2 reviews written)
People think I have a BlackBerry when they first see this phone. I wish I had a BlackBerry.
As a phone, this is perfectly adequate. It even has some nice features, and once you've installed a decent web browser (I use Opera Mobile) it's almost useful when you're out and about and in need of net.
BUT the user interface is woeful - counter-intuitive doesn't begin to cover it. Simple operations (e.g. setting an alarm, or assigning one of your mp3s as a ring-tone) require far too many clicks;... (read more)
Written on: 17/09/2010 by jymadel69
Approximately 12 months ago,I got the pay as go Nokia E63(Black) on the 3 network at a discounted price of £119 ! Then it was selling for about £170 on Expansys.
The phones external casing is made of good plastic and the keyboard is one of the best when compared to phones of similar size. Infact, the keyboard is better than a blackberry's in my opinion. This is because frequently used symbols such as @,! and ? have dedicated keyboard button and you dont have to ALT ot CTRL all the time. This... (read more)
Do you have a question about this product or company? Simply type it in the box below and one of our community will give you an answer