Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-607 Review

Introduction and Design
We have tested out lots of Bluetooth headsets and have to say that we have rarely been impressed by the performance of a device. So, as we got our hands on the Nokia BH-607 the inevitable question was if it is good enough to differentiate from the existing crop of wireless headsets available, by delivering good sound quality and lightness. That’s all we want from it.

The housing of the Nokia BH-607 is made from plastic, which doesn’t feel too cheap and creates the impression it’s going to hold up for quite some time. It may not be the prettiest headset out there, but is by no means hard to look at. The light grey color gives it a somewhat neutral look – perfect for a person, who needs a handset with an unpretending design, but still wants to stay away from the traditional black solutions.

The Nokia BH-607 has a power button, volume rocker, Nokia’s proprietary charging port, large call key and a special “My own key”, which can be set to accomplish different tasks like calling a favorite number, read the latest text message and mute. The only problem here is that it can be only used with Nokia phones (if you do have a compatible Nokia phone, you need to use the Nokia Accessory Setup Application to get it working).

What’s pretty nice is that the device comes packed with 2 types of eargels, with both types sporting three different sizes, so everyone should be able to find the one that suits them. If you still feel the BH-607 is somewhat unstable in your ear, you can also use the earhook that comes in the box. It provides the needed stability, but at the expense of looks, of course.

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