Nokia 9300 Communicator GSM Cell Phone
* Tri-band (EGSM 900/1800/1900) operation for use in five continents
* Advanced voice features: handsfree speakerphone, conference calling
* Full keyboard and two 65,536 color displays
* Messaging options: Email with attachments, SMS, MMS
* Office applications: document, spreadsheet, presentations
* Organizer: (Calendar, Contacts, Tasks) and email with PC synchronization via Nokia PC Suite software
* Large memory storage: 80MB built-in memory plus MultiMediaCard (MMC)
* High speed data connectivity with EGPRS (EDGE)
* Mobile Internet connectivity
* Symbian 7.0S OS (series 80 platform), Java MIDP 2.0 and Personal profile
* Wireless connectivity via Bluetooth and Infrared to exchange information with other devices
* Pop-Port™ interface for mobile enhancement connectivity
Let me put it this way, I am a picky user. I do not change my cell phone every six months. I want many features that a good cell phone should have it. I used to have Palm Treo 600. It was a good phone, but it had two main problem:
1.It was big for my hand, too large for a cell phone.
2. I had to pay for internet connection to Cingular. Man I did not like that. Especially when I was travelling abroad such as Turkey.
So I searched, searched, searched.
As a good geek, surelly soon I found my new tool.
It was Nokia 9300. PDA cell phone.
Great phone. It was built in wireless. No more payment for internet connection. It’s elegant looking, it folds, so I do not have to worry about my nice little keyboard and wide screen will have scratch. Totally nice design. It uses Symbian OS. So you can not download many free software like Palm has it online. But what the heck, I do not need that many junk anyway. The only downside is, it does not come with stylus.
Sigh! You can not have it all right? Eh I will survive. I would really appricate it, if I had little stylus pen to type the screen, that would be a lot faster. So, I searched that too. They sell it to you in some companies, but with alot of money. Does it worth that much? Well I guess not really, I did not buy it, I just type in on the keyboard slowly.
I sure enjoy my Tri-Band connectivity, able to change my little chip ( switch to Turkish cell phone company chip called Turkcell ) when I go to Turkey. Since I keep travelling between continents, it does help to use same phone in many country. so far I am happy with it. I can download all my notes to my laptop, use my 1GB SD card with mp3 music and photo files in it. It is handy to have a tool like that.