Written on: 22/08/2008 by heemarosy
The best mobile model in nokia. It have good style and the sound systems are very good. Easy to press and the music system also very very nice. (read more)
Written on: 20/01/2007 by baq (1 review written)
Currently worth about 50 pounds, so it's cheap and cool. If you stick in a 1gb MMC card into it , you can hold something around 2 hours of video, 8 hours of mp3 music 5-6 n-gage designed, cool and fun 3D-games, 10-20 Java games, LOADS of photos, some applets (guitar tuner, mathematical graph plotter, image editor, skype) AT ONCE, while still listening to the radio, and calling your friends. What else do you need in your pocket?! (read more)
Written on: 05/12/2006 by matt carter (7 reviews written)
Very good phone/game mobile, very much underestimated by the mainstream market, beats some brand new mobiles in the quality of its features (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2005 by timmyhmalta
I was crazy on the Nokia N-Gage, because of its amazing features, and I still think they are cool. Whoever likes it for games and mp3s goes ahead and buys it, it has amazing graphics and incredible sound, but the size will eventually annoy you and you will miss a camera on it as much as the infrared (even thought it has blootooth). After a year, when you start getting out of the stage of games, it starts to annoy you. However the graphics are amazing, and it has great features so if you are... (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2005 by haro0on
Nokia N-Gage - I am very much impreased by its gaming features. Thanx Nokia. (read more)
Written on: 26/10/2004 by r1cht (2 reviews written)
The N-gage is an incredible piece of kit, the battery life is good if you do not use the games and MP3 player, obviously these are high power functions and will drain the battery, I have a spare battery from ebay, which was cheap. Charge time is quick. I have a 1gb mmc card which holds hours of MP3, games and movies, instalable software makes it very powerful, smart movie knocks socks of the standard real player. The symbian 60 operating system is excellent. (read more)
Written on: 16/09/2004 by timmyh
The Nokia N-Gage is a very good phone and fills all your needs in a phone (excluding the camera). The size doesn't really matter it will still fit in your pocket and it is lighter then the Nokia 3310. (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2004 by gaarge
I got my n-gage about 2 weeks ago and in that period I have had to replace it 3 times. My first one which I bought from Orange and it lasted about 1 and a half weeks and then the radio stopped working so I phoned Orange and got a replacement which was delivered the next day and that one did not work either so I phoned Orange again and I am getting another replacement. The features on this phone are great such as the mp3 player and the radio and the recorder and real one player. All of these... (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2004 by monkeyboyslim
I saw my friend carrying it and I thought it was really good but now it's just boring. It's got quite a few good stuff but it doesn't even have a camera on it.
Anyway I sold it on ebay for £100 and got a Sagem MYX-6 instead which was a lot better! (read more)
Written on: 22/06/2004 by fulani (1 review written)
OMG - YOU DON'T HAVE TO SIDETALK!!! Now that's out the way, the only thing missing from the Nokia N-Gage mobile phone is a camera really. Brilliant, fast, versatile and amazingly cheap now. Why wouldn't you buy one? You don't have to sidetalk! (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2004 by somethingobscure (2 reviews written)
The Nokia N-Gage: Terrific device, useless mobile phone.
The above might seem a harsh judgement at first, but it is accurate and should not be seen as condemning the N-Gage entirely (I am actually quite happy with mine). As a device for information and entertainment, the N-Gage is superb: It's Symbian software platform offers excellent PDA functionality (very usable through the decent screen and numeric keypad), wireless synchronisation with your PC diary, contact and tasks lists, an... (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2004 by pauliegreguk (1 review written)
I have only had my Nokia N-Gage mobile phone for one day, but I am already a convert! I thought that there may be a downside to having this phone, becasue there was so much in it's favour, but I was wrong. The only minus point I can think of is the alarm clock doesn't make a noise, it just vibrates. But that's not a major problem.
I had a Nokia 8310 before, compared to the N-Gage that was so old fashioned, it makes you wonder how you ever managed with it!
Now I look forward to those... (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2004 by Enun
I fell in love with this Nokia N-Gage mobile phone the minute I saw it. I was attracted to the gaming, the software, the appearence and the mp3 player. Soon after buying it, I started to loathe the phone's size and weak battery life. The ringtones weren't that good and there were so many annoying bits to it - i.e. the screensaver you can't turn off. The WAP is very difficult to set up and the games cost £35.00 a time, which to be honest, isn't worth it. The mp3 player only holds 2 songs and... (read more)
Written on: 29/05/2004 by MagicMarker (2 reviews written)
I have had this Nokia N-Gage mobile phone for 2 months, and it was great fun at first. But after awhile, the games get boring, and the shape just irritates you, worst of all you can txt with one hand, you need to be constantly holding the thing. It's got all the cool applications you would want in a phone except it doesn't have a camera. If you really care about the size of the phone, don't buy the n-gage. (read more)
Written on: 21/04/2004 by hkgameboy (1 review written)
Before I bought it, I already expected it to have an MP3 Player, Radio, Games, Real Player...etc. All these entertainment features. However, it strikes me that it can also have Microsoft Outlook Synchronization (Contact, Calender) which is similar to my Palm! I can also install many extra Symbian softwares, such as a Bible, eBook Reader, Photo Album Software.......etc. It is really a "Smart" Phone! Far better than I expected. The drawbacks are its power consumption and its size! (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2004 by gdesir (1 review written)
It's true that this Nokia N-Gage mobile phone has many good features, but there are also many significant drawbacks. The size of it being the main one, when you put that together with the awkward talking position it makes it impossible to use as a mobile when you're out and about. The other HUGE drawback is the weak weak weak battery life, you really would be lucky if the battery lasted 24 hours - very annoying. The phone would be so much better if it had a camera like the 6600. Yes, the... (read more)
Written on: 22/03/2004 by scott sifleeet
The Nokia N-Gage is great and I love it. The games are cool but I think the phone is too big. I used to have a nokia 3300 which was quite the same, Just size and quality difference. Love it all. (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2004 by jackrussel143 (1 review written)
The Nokia N-Gage is the best mobile phone Ive ever owned. You can even play movies on it. At first its a pain to have to take out the battery just to put a game or memory card in but you get used to it. Battery life is fairly well but it really depends on what you are doing radio-20 hours realone player-15 hours games-6-8 hours internet-30 hours phone-10-20 mp3-10 hours. If you buy it I recommend getting a memory card if your going to use it for movies, mp3s, java games or applications. In... (read more)
Written on: 12/03/2004 by Daed (3 reviews written)
I had a difficult decision to make, the Nokia 7259i or the Nokia N-Gage - ive read tons of reviews on each half and considered the N-gage to be the mobile phone for me, built in mp3 (with loudspeaker!) built in radio, internet browser and the games/sound are great.
The radio quality is great for me, but i'd like the keypad noises to be abit louder.. and as far as im concerned the way you hold the phone to talk into doesnt bother me, its small so no-one could notice, however i got a... (read more)
Written on: 04/03/2004 by 00934
I am getting my Nokia N-Gage in 3 days, i think it is amazing many of my friends have already purchased it and i have tested it i have fallen in love with this mobile phone i think it is amazing (read more)
Written on: 22/02/2004 by glenbobz (3 reviews written)
This Nokia N-Gage mobile phone is a little beauty. You may look stupid when you answer it (as you have to hold it sidewards on your ear), but in general its a fantastic phone. People may say its not going to go far as its sales arnt all that great but dont listen to them, its worth the money. You can now get it from as little as £99 in the CPW. Although there is no camera,its other features far from make up for it. For instance by Easter there will be around 30 proper games out for it and as... (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2004 by sam cummings (2 reviews written)
I am so impressed by my N-Gage mobile phone(which I bought for £99.99 at Carphone Warehouse, www.carphonewarehouse.co.uk, or go to the shop :)
I got Nokia Game on the Game Card, which was a 32MB MMC Card, but sadly i have deleted Nokia Game, to fit more MP3's and and more games. I have downloaded loads of games, and I have wrote another review on this site (Nokia - Bounce).
By the way I have started off a craze at my school for the best phone Nokia have ever... (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2004 by stephen c (1 review written)
when i purchased the Nokia N-Gage mobile phone i knew exactly what i was getting because i looked into it and quite frankly i was impressed alot before i bought it.i have just got fifa 04 a couple of days ago and the game truly shows you what the phones all about. the phone also has,a radio,mp3 file,gaming deck,applications file,picture messaging and plenty more. (read more)
Written on: 27/12/2003 by Encryption (1 review written)
The Nokia N-Gage has caused controversy all over the world. Many people believe it's Nokia putting itself out on a limb to create something new, something outstanding. Something that will get gamers all over the world begging for one. From my personal experience I can safely say it hasn't done that. The N-Gage does have all the features you could shake a stick at, but are they worth the investment? I think so.
Christmas day came, I came down the stairs, what did I see? Correct. I saw... (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2003 by Superphone man (8 reviews written)
The NOKIA N-GAGE!
This phone really is a hand held console, mp3 and music player, pc storage and mobile phone all rolled into one. Mobile phones do not get much better than this, and hopefully this phone will do well so there will be bigger and better gaming decks made.
The phone is of excellent quality with a colour screen( approx 4000 colours), this phone is also Bluetooth compatiable which means no more messy tangled wires when you want to talk to someone with hands free which is great... (read more)
Written on: 06/12/2003 by John Thompson (37 reviews written)
I bought a Nokia N-Gage to replace my very nice Samsung T100 colour/polyphonic phone, which was 100% superb.
So far I have installed Opera, and it browses the 'Net very well for it's size.
Music features are handy, and with an upgraded 128mb memory card, it stores nearly 2 CD's worth of anything you want it to! (Great for transferring files between PCs, or playing MP3s on the inbuilt player.
The games thing is handy for times when you are bored, but not why I bought it...
Nice phone too,... (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2003 by Miguel (1 review written)
When the Nokia N-gage mobile phone/game system came out it looked good but I wasn't so sure about how it would play, when I did it turned out it was as good as a gameboy advance and to that extent any other major competition on the market. With games like tomb raider, red faction and tony hawks this is an essential purchase. It works out good as a phone aswell. (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2003 by RPMmini (9 reviews written)
When i first got my n-gage i wasn't sure what to expect first off i thought it would come with a game but it didn't. It had a snowboarding game on it which i found very boring and started to get a bit dissapointed with my phone.
I then hooked the phone up to my computer and tried to put a few mp3's on i only got 2 on it! I was now very upset with the phone.
A few days later i bought tony hawk pro skater for it and i found out that the fone is actually amazing for games its got playstation... (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2003 by polyvalant (1 review written)
My phone operator sent me my Nokia N-Gage about two weeks ago now and I have to say that I am very pleased with the handset in a number of ways.
First of all, as far as value for money is concerned, my phone operator gave me the handset for free based on a twelve month contract. Of course the N-Gage is expensive out of contract, but so are the majority of mobile phones which are new to the market. In my opinion the vast majority of these handsets will be bought in the same way, thus... (read more)
Written on: 10/10/2003 by Bonebreaker1 (2 reviews written)
Ok...I've only had this phone for a day but here is my low down so far.
Inserting the Sim and battery was a piece of cake. The removal back comes off with ease unlike my old Nokia 3310 which has seen the end of a screwdriver many a time... in fact, so easy it does concern me that it may come off in my pocket. BUT.. if you wish to change the MMC card to put in a different game or put your mp3 card in you have to remove the battery to do this. Why, I don't know. The screen is very well lit... (read more)
Written on: 19/09/2003 by Peter25
Had a go on the Nokia N-Gage at the trafford centre and i was impressed. The screen is quite small but the quality of the graphics looked impressive. The phone itself was a little bulky but it seemed to have all of the features that you would look for nowadays (-colour screen, mms, polyphonic ringtones, fm radio, bluetooth, wap, triband, an MP3 and AAC player) The bluetooth technology sounds good too apparently you will be able to link your N-Gage together with other N-Gage's and play... (read more)