Nokia 6263 now with T-Mobile USA

Nokia 6263 now with T-Mobile USA
Nokia 6263 is now available for purchase from T-Mobile USA. This is the second carrier's phone that supports 3G, coming with UMTS 1700 MHz, which T-Mobile will use. 6263 also features e-mail capabilities, xHTML browser, Bluetooth and a 1.3 megapixel camera with video recorder. The standard battery allows for up to 3 hours of talk time, or over 11 days of standby time.

The accent falls mostly on the music player that can support MP3, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA and thanks to the microSD slot (up to 4GB cards) can store up to 3000 songs. The phone also has music-dedicated keys on the front and built-in FM radio.

The Nokia 6263 is available at select T-Mobile retail stores and online.

Nokia 6263 Specifications

source: Nokia



1. FerneyZAN unregistered

I think this phone will do very well on T-Mobile current and future 3G network. But does this phone comes with a 1.3 meage pixel camera as stated on this report, or is it really a 2 mega pixel as stated on all kinds of reviews and specifications I seen about the phone?

2. Alphonso unregistered

This is great that they've got another phone to go with their soon-to-be? 3G Network. I have a Pearl on T-Mobile but would quickly switch to this phone or some other phone once they roll out 3G. EDGE is okay but it's outdated and terribly slow.

3. Scott Wood unregistered

We just got this phone, which my wife loves, but we are having big problems with the e-mail support. First-of-all, contrary to everything we have been led to believe, it does not support pop accounts. You must have a standard email account with one of the big email providers (hotmail, yahoo, etc). 2) (and I assume that this will be fixed), our phone will not connect to gmail. Other than that, my wife is thrilled with the phone.

4. BIllS unregistered

I can't believe how poor of a phone this is! Sound is like total garbage! Distortion, clipping, cutting out. Slow CPU when trying to use camera and anything else. Nice software and good looking, but does not even works as a basic phone because there is also a slight humming sound instead of quiet when noone is speaking, etc. Total piece of junk Nokia has gone down hill.

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