Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
Newest Review: ... started calling for a replacement. It has quite good features, such as radio transmission, quite alot of memory space for pictures and... more
Still a good solid camera phone.
Member Name: robotom
Date: 06/09/04, updated on 06/09/04 (188 review reads)
Advantages: Camera, Stylish Looks, Good Battery Life
Disadvantages: Slightly Low Resolution on Pictures
Nokia, previously the giant of the mobile phone industry, seem to have slightly lost their way of late - with sales slipping, and new models being received with 'mixed' reviews at best. However one phone of theirs continues to feature prominantly on all the networks (both Pay As You Go and Contract), and that is the Nokia 7250. This was one of Nokia's first ever camera phones, and amazingly, it's still one of the best.
It features all the usual easy to navigate Nokia menus and features, including polyphonic tones, java games, wap, gprs, etc. The menu system works quickly and cleanly, with no lagging between options, and text messaging, as with most Nokia phones, is an absolute joy.
The camera itself, which is perhaps the most prominent feature of the phone, works well, and produces acceptable pictures, although the resolution could perhaps be a little higher. You can store up to 50 or 60 pictures on the phone, and using a data cable, can have these pictures transfered for storage on your PC with minimal hassle.
Battery life is good, and the quality of voice calls is superb. Add to that some sleek and stylish looks, a good size (not too big, but not too small and fiddly eiether!), and Nokia have a phone here which I'm sure will go on selling well for a long time to come.