'Luckily, Nokia caters to the needs of people that don’t demand much from their mobiles and the Nokia 6700 Slide is the perfect phone for children or adults that, for whatever reason, don’t want the hassle of “all that fancy stuff”. '
'The headphones plug in to the micro-USB socket, which is a fantastic change from the huge, breakable, proprietary socket that's often found on Nokia phones.'
'To keep abreast of times and 2009, the Nokia 6700 sports a tri-band 3G functionality, 5-megapixel autofocus camera, integrated A-GPS, accelerometer and based on its features, the Nokia 6700 can be classified as an upper midrange cell phone. '
'However the slide mechanism is pleasant enough and the phone sits nicely in the hand, although the keyboard could be a little big bigger for faster finger flicks when texting and the like.'
'It isn’t the smartest phone on the block by a considerable margin, it is awkward to use as a mobile, and it doesn’t even tell the time as well as any number of ordinary wristwatches. '
'The GD910 is an excellent technological showcase to show us how far miniaturization has gone.'
'On the phone front, if you focus in on the word phone and exclude the cornucopia of additional functions and gimmicks that manufacturers have added to modern mobiles, you'll find that this bad boy does that job pretty well too. '
'Naturally, the 6720 classic offers access to Telstra's BigPond range of content and services, including Mobile Foxtel, Yellow Pages and WhereIs maps. '
'With this in mind, we believe each new phone needs to set itself apart from the pack somehow, and the 6720 just doesn't do that. '
'Store all your music and pictures on your phone on the 45 megabytes of internal memory which is pretty poor but you do get a 1 gigabyte memory card with the phone and you can get up to 8 GB with another card.'
'It is a high-end candybar phone with 3G capabilities, and similar features to the Nokia 6710 Navigator. '
'It's a little disappointing to see a music-oriented phone come without headphones or a memory card of some sort, but since it's currently offered free with a 2-year contract, these omissions are a little understandable.'
'The experience on the two applications is similar to that on other AT&T phones; both are minimalist in their designs, but the music player supports a wide variety of file formats and it offers useful features, such as album art, playlists, and shuffle and repeat modes.'