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Nokia 2720 Phone, Navy Blue (AT&T)

3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Nokia AT&T 2720 in Navy BlueThe 2720 is a sleek and contemporary flip phone that offers basic voice and messaging functions at an affordable price. In addition to MMS Messaging and other entertainment capabilities the 2720 has a 1.3MP camera and stereo bluetooth.FEATURES: Dual-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE Class 6 Integrated 1.3MP Camera with video capabilities 1.8" TFT Main Display 1.3" Secondary Display Share pictures via MMS Bluetooth v2.0 and Snapfish 2.5mm Headset jack Personalize with downloadable games graphics ringtones and applications Instant Messaging Mobile Web browsing via MEdia™ Net Test Messaging SMS and MMS Handsfree Speakerphone MP3 Ringtones and Answertones™ Onboard Memory Support up to 8MB Talk Time; Up to 3 hours Standby Time: Up to 10.4 days Weight: 3.19 ozs Dimensions: 3.66 x 1.81 x 0.70 inches

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.3 x 6.6 x 1.9 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces
Manufacturer Nokia
ASIN B002XDQIT4
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3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,184,119 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#2,186 in Electronics > Cell Phones & Accessories > Carrier Cell Phones

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By Linda S. Johnson on January 2, 2010
I got this phone to use when I did not want to take my Iphone 3G with me. I found the speed dial very easy to set up, and made calls easily with it. I did have to turn the volume up, to hear a call, as it was turned down. Takes great little pictures and can even do a shot video. I haven't had it long, but I love it so far.
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I had my Nokia 2720 about 2 weeks before returning it and have little good to say about it other than it seemed well made, had a solid feel and a reasonable battery life.

For three reasons I decided to return it.

1. The phone was dark and shiny, sleek and attractive as long as no one had touched it since it was cleaned. Pick it up and use it a couple of times and it looked like a scuzzy mess. I would have been embarrassed to let anyone else see it closely, much less use it.

2. The phone had a one button combination navigation and select(OK) key which was actually recessed slightly, making it difficult to use. It was all too easy to hit OK when trying to scroll, which I found somewhat annoying. It might have been usable, however, by someone with long fingernails or tiny little fingers. As a male with short fingernails, I could scroll down one-handed with no problem, using my thumb on the key. To scroll up or to either side reliably I had to hold the phone in one hand and use the back (nail) of a finger or thumb on the other hand to press the key. Otherwise I kept hitting OK. If you have a low frustration point or would like to be able to use your phone one-handed, you should consider another phone.

3. I could have lived with the two deficiencies above. The straw that broke the camel's back was the ear speaker. Even in a reasonably quiet room at max volume it was difficult to hear well unless the speaker opening was positioned in precisely the right spot on my ear. Unfortunately, when I placed the phone to my ear in a natural, comfortable location, as I would do when answering a call, the opening was about an inch above the "right" spot and I couldn't hear squat. The "right" spot also irritated my ear after a few minutes.
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