It's a contract-free device with a decent set of features.
It's basically the Lumia 820 for T-Mobile -- all-around a fine option if you're willing to give Windows a try.
It's a funky mix of mediocre features and a few standout options wrapped in a dull design.
It's a step down from the Lumia 920, but you get a lot of the same great features, at a more affordable price.
The design is elegant and the camera is innovative, but Windows is the question.
Despite the bold moves in the camera and display, it's not the turnaround device you've been looking for.
The display is good, yet bad. The camera is good, yet bad. Windows is good... well, you get the point.
Nokia's marketing says the Surge is designed with "social style" in mind, taking aim online addicts with one-click access to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. Running on Nokia's Symbian S60 operating system, the handset offers smartphone tools for business users such as email with Microsoft Direct Push support. But it falls short to rivals Apple's iPhone or RIM's BlackBerry devices in its range of applications available.
The Nokia 7510, offered by T-Mobile, is a well-made basic phone. The clamshell is best if you want a streamlined phone without flashy extras -- providing a camera that records still photos and video, a music player and FM radio. While the 7510 is a mid-range phone, Nokia added three changeable covers to rotate and match your mood. Unfortunately, the covers are difficult to remove, so changing the color at a moment's notice may get frustrating.
How can so much music come out of such a little phone? Somewhere out there, a Nokia engineer or two must know the answer, because the 5310 manages to cram a whole lot of sound into quite a small package. Designed around the MP3/phone fusion experience, the 5310 presents a convenient size and shape for an excellent auditory experience.
The matte graphite finish is a departure from the flashy metallic finishes that are common, suggesting that Nokia N75 holds unique features inside. It's solid in design, connectivity and multimedia features such as an integrated 2-megapixel camera and 3D speakers. But that proves to be only partly true.
The durable 5300 XpressMusic is for you if you're looking for a music phone. Rather than a slim design, Nokia crafted the 5300 to put functionality first, over form. Offered by T-Mobile, it sports a 2-inch screen, 1.3-megapixel camera and camcorder, music player and FM radio -- all function without sliding the phone open. For usability, its screen features buttons on either side -- on the left to control the music player and on the right turn on the camera, adjust the zoom and function as the volume control.
As the widely and eagerly anticipated successor to the Nokia 6102i, the 6133 was slated to be a sophisticated update to Nokia's line of flip phones, and chosen by T-Mobile over the internationally released 6126.
Late last year Nokia released the 6101 and 6102 for T-Mobile and Cingular respectively. Offering a carefully engineered balance of compact size and classic style, both conservative phones, although successful in their own right, were unfortunately pitted against the ultra-thin trends of the Motorola-dominated clamshell market.
Coming on the heels of the Nokia 6102 for Cingular, the 6102i (and 6103 for T-Mobile) adds previously missing Bluetooth technology, while retaining the same striking clamshell design and ease-of-use that made the 6102 such as hit with consumers.
The term clamshell-loving Nokia user may seem to be an oxymoron. Focusing more on block form factors, Nokia flip phones have long been overshadowed by more popular Motorola devices.
The battle for the megapixel camera phones was launched with Sony Ericsson's announcement of the S700. And not to be outdone, Nokia has released a built-in megapixel camera of its own, the 7610.
A decent device, but the hardware isn't the problem -- it's the gaming ecosystem.
Nokia has always been at the forefront of cell phones, except when it comes to clamshells. But no more. The 7200 is Nokia's first GSM clamshell.
Nokia has released the 6820, its successor to the overwhelmingly popular 6800. With improvements on many of the features consumers loved on the 6800, the release of the Nokia 6820 brings new innovations to the market.
Unique. Probably the best word to describe the Nokia 3200. From its bold vivid colors to its strikingly distinctive keypad, this phone is not for the tame. One might think that the 3200 is all looks, but underneath the exterior lies a robust set of features such as high speed EDGE technology, a built-in FM radio, loudspeaker, camera, voice recorder, and much much more.
It seems as though QWERTY keypads are suddenly popping up everywhere nowadays. And the 3300 is not all that it seems to be. Yes, it is slightly larger than most phones, however it isn't just another full keypad phone. Underneath the cover lies one of the most robust music phones today.
Being the first phone to support Enhanced Data rate for GSM Evolution (EDGE), the Nokia 6200 is a pioneer in many ways. It's also the first phone to support 850 / 1800 / 1900 frequency bands.
The Nokia 6800 is unique to say the least. From the front it looks like any other phone. However the surprise lurks underneath. Opening up the flip reveals a full QWERTY keypad, perfect for the constant text messaging fiend.
Surprised? So were we. When we got our looks at the new Nokia 3650, the first thing that came to mind was "What'd they do to it?" The circular keypad is striking. Definitely very unique and very Nokia. Aesthetics aside, the 3650 continues Nokia's tradition of producing a solid phone. Packed with the usual Nokia features and the standard digital camera and color screen, the 3650 is definitely ready to compete with current market offerings.
The Nokia 7250 comes out a couple months after the popular 7210 model. Much of the two phones are similar: the 128 x 128 px 4096 color screen, FM radio, loudspeaker, and downloadable Java games. However the 7250 contains one exciting addition that us sure to please. The built-in digital camera.
Nokia released the 6610 shortly after the 7210. While 7210 was built on fashionable looks, and innovative design, the 6610 is aimed towards the businessman. Clean lines, classic looks, and a familiar design is what the 6610 is all about.
Nokia had aesthetics in mind when it was designed the 7210. And the sleek curves, polyphonic ring tones, and a beautiful color screen is only the beginning. Add to that a software package that's one of the best we've seen, and you've got quite a phone.