Apr 22, 2007 · The network operators seem to agree with me. You can get the 6300 from free on contracts from O2, T-Mobile, Vodafone and Orange – the latter of which supplied my review sample.
Nokia 6300 is the new Nokia star in the Series 40 3rd Edition line. It attacks with conservative design, miniUSB, and a slim body with steel plates. The famous Finnish mobile manufacturer has been
Nokia is renowned for easy-to-use mobile phones, but its recent line-up has left some people very confused. The 6300, however, gets back to basics — combining modern design with good old
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Nokia 6300 is a good allrounder, but has a rubbish battery life. Need to charge approx ever third day and that is with hardly any use (About 15 min talk time per day, no radio etc used) Have complained and got a new battery, but same problem.
Nokia 6300 is simply stylish, classical and high-quality; though, unfortunately, somewhat dull. It is definitely oriented towards a more ‘grown-up’ age group, rendering it inappropriate for young people. If we add its stable operation as a phone with quite a few functions to the good image
Nokia 6300 is a cool& amazing phone. Beautiful music quality, I spend hours listening to my fav tracks while on the move. Battery life is OK, charging takes a bit longer.
While unusual for Nokia to imprint such a slim look to one of its terminals, Nokia 6300 is an important milestone in Nokia’s vision over the future designs of mobile phones.