Phone Scoop Review
Apr 5, 2007 by Eric Zeman
Our in-depth review of Nokia's new music phone. Is the music player good enough to leave your MP3 player behind? Find out. NEW: Video tour read review ›
fun, but destructible
Feature rich, but I couldn't figure out how to enable the timer display that shows how long you have been talking to someone. (Seriously annoying to me).
Anyhow, it broke really easily and I talked to some guy that was on his 3rd because his prior two had problems similar to mine (with the screen being weird). Mine quit charging with the NOKIA home charger and only worked with the car charger (weird!). That's all.
I have friends that own the env they are with verizon and personally we all think my phone blows theres away.but there phone has an excellent battery so if you plan on making long trips w/o conventionally having a charger at hand then get that but if your looking for a good phone and you don't text over 1000 OUTGOING messages a month then you are good w/ the nokia 5300,that is unless you don't like the miniature keypad of the eNV which was stolen from the sidekick!