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At A Glance:
It has been a rather long wait for the new colour-screen version of the Nokia Communicator. The previous 9210 and 9210i models were good, but rather bulky compared to what is available on the market right now. And Nokia introduces two Communicators this year, the 9500 and the slightly scaled down 9300 which we will be looking at here.
Granted, the 9300 does not have the camera and Wi-Fi capabilities of the 9500. The price is around RM 700 cheaper, and it is not so much the issue of the money, but I say that if you are going to lay out that much money, you might as well pay the full amount for all the bells and whistles. Nevertheless, the 9300 looks, feels and weighs a lot better than the 9500.
The Nokia 9300 may not be able to do just as much as its counterpart, the 9500. However, having said that, I would also like to venture my opinion that the 9300 is a lot more comfortable to use, and its size is more compatible to the user, instead of the overly large dimensions of the 9500.
Nevertheless, a surprise was that the front face of the device can be removed, and one surmised that you will be able to buy other faceplates for the 9300, just like one of those Exchangeable covers that Nokia is so well-known for.
Anyway, I did like the polished silver finish of the phone, and the buttons both inside and outside of the phone were a joy to use, although I still maintain that I would rather prefer my Bluetooth keyboard for serious writer’s work. Nevertheless, the ability to not carry two devices – the phone and the keybvoard – but instead settle for a slightly less comfortable keyboard, but one located within the body of the device itself, is rather convenient.
I must say that I expected the messaging to be integrated, but what you do with the front half of the phone is by no means integrated perfectly with the inner half of the device. At times, I would start to type a message in the usual manner, before realising that there was a full keyboard inside, but flipping open the 9300 did not take me directly to my half-done message.
Calling and receiving was a joy, except for a niggling suspicion that you would have to wait for a couple of rings before answering a call. A few times I grabbed the phone and barked an impatient hello into it, and the connection was not completed and the caller had to make the call again.
I really did not see how the Pop-Port enhances the product, as Radio is not supported on the 9300. Granted, it is a good idea to have a cradle to connect the device to the computer, but I think that using the Pop-Port for the handsfree is a rather costly option, as those pins tend to wear out rather quickly. I’d still pick a regular walkman-type pin for the handsfree set of any phone.
The office applications were simply fantastic, and the presence of the mini-button-joystick in the bottom right of the keyboard was a nice touch, although I would have preferred said joystick to be a little stiffer, as it kept moving the cursor about to places where it wasn’t wanted.
Nokia 9300 - Review By Darla Mack (Guest Contributor)
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mpervaizPosted On : January 28, 2013
|i like this beacuse its have very importent feature but other people could not know it's importance|
HamPosted On : September 27, 2011
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NokianPosted On : April 9, 2011
|tepon bodoh.lembap n0k mampuih|