Well, I've used it a week now and I must say........I DON'T LIKE IT!!!
NEGATIVE: The screen is a bit squatter than on a smartphone and most programs waste the top of the screen with a HUGE title.
NEGATIVE: Though it certainly feels solid...The 6682 is a bit heavy and a tiny bit too wide for my Smartphone tastes.
NEGATIVE: I refuse to buy a miniMMC card beyond the 64MB that came with it. Stupid format that I'll never use again. I'm not wasting my money.
POSITIVE: There is a ton of apps for Series 60 phones. Many of the same apps that are made for MS Smartphones. There are even a few out there that aren't available for MS phones.
NEGATIVE: Though I dont use push mail on MS phones (yet)...the pop3 client on the Nokia is cumbersome to maneuver and hard to read. I guess you could say it works well...but it is a step down from it's smartphone counterpart.
NEGATIVE: The phone is sloooooow! There is a pause in everything you do.
NEGATIVE: There doesn't seem to be any predictive dialing on the phone. I need to open contacts and start a contact lookup there that only looks up names....not names and numbers as on MS phones.
POSITIVE: Style-wise...the Nokia has a nice looking interface. I equated some features to that of a MAC compared to a PC. Like the IMAGING app that lets you scroll thru pics, rotating them in a 3D enviornment. Many apps are just asthetically pleasing to look at. Even the simpliest ones. MS needs to add Vista-ish looks to it's next phone OS.
NEUTRAL: The Standby screen on the Nokia seems to be mimicing the Smartphone homescreens. Though they are not nearly as customizable....I'm glad it was there showing next Calendar Entries, Tasks, Time/Date, profile, etc. I may be wrong but it doesn't seem like you can add more.
POSITIVE: The camera is cool, especially how it automatically launces when the slide cover is slid open. It takes pretty good pics and has a nice smooth 6x zoom. It has a decent NIGHT PHOTO option that lightens the pics in dark situations and a LED flash that seems to actually work in short distances.
NEGATIVE: It DOES sync with outlook. Contacts, Calendar, Notes and Tasks. But Contacts only syncs SOME of the information in the contact cards...not everything. And without elaborating...the calendar app, for some reason...just wasn't the same. Papyrus IS available for the phone....but why bother at this point? The phone is going to go!
All in all I'd say....nice for a phone novice....but not for me I guess. Someone find me a better phone!!!!!!!!!!!