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AT&T Nokia 6350 Reviews

Posted in: AT&T Cell phone ReviewsOctober 19, 2009
AT&T Nokia 6350 Reviews

AT&T Nokia 6350 Reviews

My girl friend just bought the nokia 6350 from AT&T two weeks ago, after ten days’s use, we find the new at&t phones – Nokia 6350 is a lightweight cell phone , it is good-looking, sleek and comfortable in your pocket (if you’re a guy). The camera is quite goodand its sound quality is also excellent although it seems a bit quiet both with the ring tone and in your ear. I means the max ringing level appears lower than previous Nokia models I’ve had, Which makes the phone harder to hear outside/in noisy environments.

In addtion, the 6350 looks not toy-like, it has a hefty body, and also has a bright and clear display. While the software on the phone is not easy to use, such as you have to editor or delete contract to go through more steps than I did with my old phone, a Sony Ericsson. Too much button-pushing — maybe this will be improved with later revisions. AT&T Cell phone Reviews

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4 Comments

  • We received this phones as a replacement / upgrade from our RAZR V3. The phone is well designed, and easy to use. However, the volume of ring tones, speaker, and even headset are too low. I contacted the manufacturer, and spoke with their level 2 tech support. I was told that there is NO way to change this. When asked if there was something I could do equivalent to SEEM edits that I had done on the V3, they said no. In fact, their tech suggested that if I did not like the phone, to return it and find a motorola!

    Comment by Spaceguy09 — November 16, 2009

  • We received this phones as a replacement / upgrade from our RAZR V3. The phone is well designed, and easy to use. However, the volume of ring tones, speaker, and even headset are too low. I contacted the manufacturer, and spoke with their level 2 tech support. I was told that there is NO way to change this. When asked if there was something I could do equivalent to SEEM edits that I had done on the V3, they said no. In fact, their tech suggested that if I did not like the phone, to return it and find a motorola! I Will do that very thing!

    Comment by Spaceguy09 — November 16, 2009

  • I have just ordered this phone as a replacement for my Motorolla V3 (which i loved).
    i will be sure to leave feedback on this phone once i get it
    but in the mean time has anyone had the problem with the main Screens GUI “Flipping Upside down” on the motorolla Razr V3?
    if so, any fixes?
    i have tried software resets/master resets. phone still works perfectly, just screen flipped upside down and controls inverted in the same manner.
    any help greatly appreciated!

    Comment by Tate Keplinger — December 13, 2009

  • I never met this problem on my Motorolla V3, it seems there is problem with your phone’s OS, you have to go to AT&T stores repaired it

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — December 13, 2009

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