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Nokia 6260 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Silver

by Nokia

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 5 g
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  • Item model number: 6260
  • ASIN: B0006OQZJA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Dec 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 360,178 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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63 of 70 people found the following review helpful By "yiannis_gr" on 10 Jan 2005
This phone is amazing... it has everything that every other nokia phone has on it and its great and stylish design make it THE phone of the year...It comes with a 32mb memory card and also has 8mb of phone memory... Radio,(u get the headphones with the phone), positioning and Push to talk(which works a bit like a walkie talkie when used with another PTT compatible phone)... These are just some of the great features that this phone has on it...not to mention the wallet function, quickword and quickpoint (MS-word and MS Powerpoint files loaded, accessed and edited on your phone).. Lastly the videos can be as long as someone wants depending on the memory left on the phone...(My biggest video is 27 mins) the video quality lacks a bit but is still preety good... The picture quality is top notch with crystal clear quality both on normal and night mode... To sum up this phone is very easy to use and has everything that anyone would ask from a phone and a whole lot more...
DEFINATELLY RECOMMENDED...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "dansco195" on 2 Aug 2005
I got this phone to replace my Nokia 6600, and I have always wanted a flip phone but Nokia haven't made them til recently. So when this one came on the market, and after much browsing through Mobile shops and the internet, I purchased this phone - in black of course!
Since it arrived on the market the amount of software (symbian OS) available for it has increased 10 fold so you can just get about any program to do anything you need. Minute and message counters, games and much more. It turns it into a mini PC.
Sadly the problem with it is the camera. There's no problem with the actual camera itself but the way it works. To take a picture you have to spin the screen part of the phone and then the camera kicks in. Not very good for a quick picture or if it's in its case.
So all in all it's a great phone and you get used to the camera. ****
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Jun 2005
When I first saw this phone I thought it looked great while boasting loads of features. When I opened the packaging however, I was surprised at how big the phone was. But this didn't put me off.
When using the phone I found the menu and certain features took very long to load. Sometimes the phone would turn itself off during conversation and even at the maximum volume, the ringtones aren't actually that loud.
The camera is reasonable but you need a VERY steady hand and lots of light to get a good picture. The video camera isn't that good but you can have a laugh with it. You can also zoom with the camera, this works great with pictures but be warned, it is absolutely terrible with the video camera.
It does have alot of memory to play with and no limit on how long a video needs to be (well the limit is the size of the memory available)
It does have real player and other handy applications. There are also trial applications on the phone which you can pay to get the full versions of.
Overall this is an OK phone, but if you just use use your phone for messaging and calling like myself, there are alot more stylish and smaller phones available. If you do need alot of other applications on your phone, then there are better, such as a Sony Erric P900i.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyndon Stolton on 15 April 2006
I bought this phone, along with a 256Mb memory card to develop bluetooth applications with. Its pretty big and ugly, and in common with other Nokia smartphones, the operating software is sluggish and unintuitive. It also turns out that you can't access the memory card via bluetooth, so the biggest file you can send is determined by the maximum amount of free phone memory you have (typically 6Mb, depending on how you're using it) rendering it practically useless for my purpose.

If you're only interested in making calls and sms, and don't mind the size and brick-like design, then its probably OK. If you want a phone that works well with media, there are plenty of better choices out there.
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