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★★★★☆

“The 2650 is a great new design from the Finns at...”

Written on: 05/10/2004 by johnboywonder (1 review written)

Good Points
Very compact, lightwieght, user friendly and different. It retails at a reasonable price - will sell well.

Bad Points
Should release a 2650i with a camera - winner. Will it snap if I drop it! I don't want to try and find out!

General Comments
The 2650 is a great new design from the Finns at Nokia, easy to use and looks good to. I have had the benefit of playing with this phone prior to its release. Some of the features remind me a little of a 3510i, just more up to date. It's a dual band phone with all the basics you would expect from a Nokia handset, along with the traditional two soft key and easy menu set-up commonly associated with Nokia. Interesting new mech when opening handset, not hinged but seems to operate on what looks like a sort of dual spring clip. Good thing about that is it opens nearly flat, but although the exterior looks robust, I have a feeling that if this handset is dropped in the wrong way this clip may snap off. I haven't yet had the benefit of sampling the LED sequences for incoming calls and text alerts so I can not comment on this. The white material in the phone is like a thin flexible rubber, therefore I am presuming that the LED function will operate down the sides of the phone, as the rubber is visible in a thin strip around the handset. Up-to-date, looks nice but it could do with a camera to finish it off, who knows, maybe we will see a 2650i in the future!? all said and done, looks like this will be another top selling pay-as-u-go from the big guns, as long as its price upon release reflects its capabilities! Hope this slight insight gives some of you guys who are itching to own one some more info to keep you thinking. Courtesy of johny the boy wonder.

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