I've had a 6310i for ages & a 6210 before that. Love them. 6310i is indestructable and the battery lasts for ages. Had a Moto V3 for 6 months this year. didn't like it. Menu system very unwieldy.DolphiN Tech said:What have your past phones been? Are you looking for a complete change, or would you like some familiarity of operation?
same here, moto has the worst interface in the mobile industry whereas nokias is the best!! but then theres apples which is the market leader!jukie said:I've had a 6310i for ages & a 6210 before that. Love them. 6310i is indestructable and the battery lasts for ages. Had a Moto V3 for 6 months this year. didn't like it. Menu system very unwieldy.
This IS a guess, but I'm guessing both of the phones you tried were supplier branded? The supplier specific firmware is, to put it bluntly, f*cking appalling (working in the industry, I have the consummate joy of seeing this stuff every day).Sp!ke said:Both phones however suffer from pretty short battery life.
Nokia 9300 is a good step up from the 6310i , its about the same size and its just so useable. Why take two packages when you can do pretty much everything on one ? 9300 also is good for presentations with the bluetooth VGA adapter.DolphiN Tech said:jukie - Given that your last 2 phones have been the defacto Nokia business phones (62/6310), you would be well served to stay with Nokias. However, do try the latest SE's and see if you can get on with them, they are superb bits of kit.