Nokia 3650 Reviews
Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
Description:Nokia 3650 - Cellular phone with digital camera - GSM / The Nokia 3650 imaging phone allows customers to enjoy next generation services such as the capturing and sharing of images and video clips via multimedia messaging (MMS), over-the-air application ... more
Nokia 3650 ... downloads and the ability to access real-time streaming video and audio content. AT&T Wireless subscribers can also enjoy the wide range of exclusive mMode content delivered to the large color screen of the Nokia 3650 phone.
With an integrated VGA-resolution camera, a large 176x208 pixel color display, and the ability to store over 1, 000 standard VGA basic resolution photos with the in-box 16 MB memory card, the Nokia 3650 phone offers users the latest and most powerful wireless features available. The Nokia 3650 phone also incorporates a unique video recorder application for capturing video clips and a RealOne Player for real-time streaming of audio and video content. MMS functionality allows users to send video clips, images, text and sound to another compatible MMS-enabled mMode phone or to an e-mail address.
Weighing in at just over 4 and a half ounces, the Nokia 3650 phone has almost 20 MB of user memory including 16 MB on the removable Multimedia Memory Card (MMC) that enables flexible storage for more pictures, games, or other files. With the standard Li-ion battery, the Nokia 3650 phone has a talk time of up to 4 hours and a standby time of up to 8 days. Optional user-changeable Xpress-on covers allow Nokia 3650 phone owners to easily change the look of their phone while Bluetooth technology allows them to use wireless audio and data connectivity.
Newest Review: ... you could see the pictures on, it might not sound much in today's world of 3/4/5/6 megapixel phone cameras but at the time it ... more
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Customer Nokia 3650 Reviews (10)
by - written on 05/08/03, updated on 05/08/03 (Very useful, 1308 readings)
Having previously owned a Nokia 7650 (and being left rather disappointed), I had some very strong expectations of this handset, Nokia's latest 'smartphone' offering. I was well aware of the phones' camera capabilities, and the video recorder function from my time with the earlier 7650, but I was equally aware of the numerous glitches on the 7650 - the phones predecessor of sorts. Whilst the 7650 offered great potential as a phone, my usage entailed continually running out of memory in which to store my photos and videos. Additionally, as the memory on the 7650 was shared for photos/videos and programs, I was left with the continual dilemma of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/03, updated on 09/04/03 (Very useful, 4905 readings)
I am unfortunate enough to work in the mobile department of a large computer software company. This means that I get access to some of the latest phones – those of the ‘smartphone’ rather than ‘small’ type. The phones I use do not have changeable covers! I’ve owned a couple of palm pilots (they are that unreliable) and resisted even buying a phone at all until about two years ago but for the last year have had to work with the things. I would guess that these smartphones are mostly bought either by serious business types for the useful features and by techno-junkies. Whatever, I’m more the serious user. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/03, updated on 07/04/05 (Very useful, 450 readings)
I like cameras. This is my tale of why I bought a Nokia 3650 and the surprising result. Camera phones. Phones with a cheap digital camera that take pics the size of postage stamps. Handy for teenagers to take pictures of their drunken mates at nightclubs with their tongues sticking out. But not much use else. That used to be roughly what I thought of camera phones from what I'd seen of the ads on TV. Is that what you think too? If so, you could be in for a shock. By now all those switched-on twenty-somethings who have grown extra thumbs for txting will have given up on this review and surfed off on much more interesting waves, so we can get our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/03, updated on 07/10/03 (Very useful, 476 readings)
Being a new owner of this product, I have to say that it is an excellent piece of equipment, with it's features, you can take good quality photographs on the digital camera, it does however take poor quality video clips, but this is to be expected and the video quality isn't all to bad if viewed on the phone. The phone's memory can be upgraded with a MMC card, it is suggested that you use 128MB MMC cards, as higher capcity ones aren't tested by Nokia, I have yet to test it as I need to buy a MMC card :). The 16MB MMC card that is included is good enough if you put the saved items on the PC alot, this can be done using the phone's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/03, updated on 10/05/03 (Very useful, 2393 readings)
This phone is great! It fits in a pocket easily, and the ergonomic design ensures that it. The menu is user friendly. The handset weighs just 130g . The build quality of the mobile is great. There is a real feel of quality about it. The built in camera (640x480) was a breeze to use, and taking movies and pictures was child's play. With the added benefit of sound on the movies, one can't really go wrong. With 3.4MB space, ther is bags of room for multimedia. Text messaging was horrible as the keys are layed out in the most ridiculous way ever. The circular keys may be sylish, but they area real pain!!! The abilty to use MMS (Multi ... Read the complete review