WLAN via Bluetooth...?
First and foremost, nice phone. I had a 3650 and thought it was the coolest thing ever.. but the 6620 is no comparison.
Enough of that, on to my real question:
I've been reading alot of information regarding the ability to connect to a WiFi network via Bluetooth... end question.
Any info, tips, comments,... thanks
Killer flaw -- volume is too low
The phone has everything going for it -- good user interface, good call quality etc. etc.
*EXCEPT* for a killer flaw -- even at the maximum setting, the speaker volume is way, way too low. Same problem in the "speakerphone" mode. In its loudest setting, the Nokia 6620 sounds almost only as loud as my T60LX at its softest setting.
I am perplexed that nobody else has mentioned this flaw in their reviews here.
I just bought two Nokia 6620s but now I have to return these because this single flaw alone makes it unusable.
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After reading the reviews for this phone I had to get one. Once recieved, I was disapointed and most likely I'll be getting rid of it.
Nice bright screen.
Worthless caller id. The phone has this huge screen but when placing a call or receiving one it only uses a small banner along the bottom of the screen. It has picture CID but the picture only appears as a very small icon in this banner. I don't know how many times that I have saved and re-saved numbers under contacts in the phones phonebook and they still don't show up with CID.
Very poor SIM support. All my contacts are on my sim card. Along with my speed dial numbers. This phone does not support CID from the SIM card. For example my girlfriends cell is #36, home is #37. When I press 36# all I get is the phone number, not the contact's name or picture.
No way to add speed dial. I use speed dial constantly. With this phone I have yet to find a way to add a new speed dial. The one's that I have saved on my SIM (configured with a different phone) work fine but no way to add new ones. I talked to a rep at a Nokia kiosk and he said that nokia does not use speed dial and that I should use their voice dial. Sorry not interested.
Keypad do not automatically lock. Yes, thats right, the keypad has to be lock manually after every call. The very first phone I ever had well over 10 years ago had an automatic keypad lock. What the heck is Nokia thinking???? What you can do is have the phone lock, which requires entering a five digit code everytime you want to unlock it. What a PITA! Or you can BUY second party software. Is it me or should this be standard on every flippin' phone!?!?
No standard headphone jack. This phone supposly plays mp3's. Okay, but there is not standard headphone jack so how do I hear them? Since I bought my phone second hand my guess is they must supply some with a new phone.
Awsome phone for its time..
I had that phone for 6 months and really loved it. I decided to get that phone because of the mp3 player. Wat I didnt like was that you had to take the battery out errytime you take the mmc out. Right now I have the nokia 6630 and its way better!
This phone has been removed from the former AT&T Warehouse but is still available from Cingular