|Make connections, make plans and make friends with the Nokia E63’s slick design and powerful features.
Outstanding Handheld Computer3/12/2010
I got this phone a week ago, and it is amazing. I can do everything with this phone. I can surf, text, talk, and listen to music with this phone. I am a working student, so the switch mode is great for me. I can switch between two modes: personal and business. I am able to do spreadsheets, type a letter, and create a presentation at the palm of my hands....The battery life is great. I can do all these things, and the battery is still full.......I have always been a Nokia fan, but this phone just seal the deal....Can't forget the Wifi capabilities. I can surf the internet without using the expensive data plans. Great phone, I would recommend to everyone.
I have had this phone for over a month now and I have to tell you, it's a great phone. I switched from a Blackberry and i am so glad i did. This phone has everything you want for a GREAT price (cost me about $70 after selling my blackberry). The keyboard is great, the screen is beautiful (I watch some TV shows on there) it has great speed (it doesn't lag at all) and enough internal memory + expendable memory of up to 16 GB (which i can confirm that works). For this price you really can't get a better phone with no contract (i hate those contracts specially now that they force expensive data plans on you). You can do everything via wifi on this phone even push mail (if you are connected that is). The only thing i would have liked to see is external volume controls, which is not that big of a deal because you can control it with the up/down keys or Function + up down keys.
CD and Usb Cable Missing.6/19/2009
Fisr of all i am very satisfied with this phone, has everithing what i need, but the thing that they dont send you a CD with the nokia pc suite and also the usb cable, its just bad becouse i canot connect on my lap top , its asking for a drivers all the time. Beside that the phone is great.
I've had this phone for about 10 days now, and I'm absolutely thrilled. No, it doesn't have a touch screen; the screen is quite small when compared to iPhone or similar, and that's because it is meant for another demographic. Let's start by saying it is an excellent phone with excellent reception. I had serious connection problems with my old Nokia 6127 in my office building (one bar at best; no connection lots of times); this one has 4 to 5 bars all the time. Voice is clear both on the phone directly as well as through my Plantronics 925 headset (another great buy!). My old data from the 6127 was easily transferred using the free Nokia PC Suite (not $50 like Motorola charges), and setting up a bluetooth connection with my PC was a snap. The PC Suite synchronizes my calendar with the phone like before, but now I can read the entire entries, and even the Word, Excel and PowerPoint attachments! I also managed to set up a link to the corporate email server, as well as to my private email server. So... I'm truly connected all the time. Only thing still to try: using the phone as a modem to connect the notebook to the Internet while on the go...