Nokia Surge 6760 Review: Pros and Cons

The new Nokia Surge 6760 has now been given a review by infosyncworld, and they claim the Nokia Surge 6760 is something of an ugly duckling in the full QWERTY, inexpensive messaging mobile phone arena.

The review then says the Nokia Surge 6760 is that ugly, and packing the Symbian S60 OS it is more of a swan than duck, and if you cut out all the junk AT&T has placed in the Nokia Surge 6760 you actually get a powerful mobile phone that has business class email, a suit of media options, full HTML browser and the like.

The Nokia Surge 6760 has a couple of pros going for it, a full smartphone OS packed into a small device, a great keyboard and a fairly nice web browser. Though the cons are, an aging Symbian OS lacks advanced SMS and IM options for social networking such as Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace.


2 thoughts on “Nokia Surge 6760 Review: Pros and Cons”

  1. Artov says:

    6760 is a light nicely balanced phone. Only issues I have are that I cannot sync e-mail with the PC- usually a simple operation, and the USB connection does not charge- a huge failing in my book.

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