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New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone

New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone

New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone

  • Social networking-focused, 3G-enabled smartphone with slide-out QWERTY keyboard and quick access to Facebook and MySpace
  • Compatible with AT&T Navigator GPS, Video Share, AT&T Mobile Music, and streaming video from Cellular Video service
  • 2-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music streaming; MicroSD expansion up to 8 GB; access to email and instant messaging
  • Up to 4.7 hours of talk time, up to 350 hours (14.6 days) of standby time

The Nokia Surge 6790 weighs 4.4 ounces and measures 3.8 x 2.3 x 0.6 inches. Its 1500 mAh lithium-polymer battery is rated at up to 4.7 hours of talk time, and up to 350 hours (14+ days) of standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies as well as AT&T’s 850/1900 MHz 3G frequencies (UMTS/HSDPA).

List Price: $ 199.99

Price: $ 148.00

Nokia 820 Black Factory Unlocked 8GB 1GB RAM WIN 8 OS 8MP Carl Zeiss 4G LTE PENTA BANDS: 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600

Nokia 820 Black Factory Unlocked 8GB 1GB RAM WIN 8 OS 8MP Carl Zeiss 4G LTE PENTA BANDS: 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600

  • Display: AMOLED 480 x 800 pixels, 4.3 inches (~217 ppi pixel density)
  • Internal Memory: 8 GB storage, 1 GB RAM
  • Camera: 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, F2.2, dual LED flash
  • CPU: Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait GPU: Adreno 225
  • OS: Microsoft Windows Phone 8

This Brand New Nokia 820 Black Factory Unlocked phone comes in Original box from Nokia with all Original accessories in the box. This phone comes Factory Unlocked for any GSM and will not have AT&T lock or any other lock. This phone may come with software start up logo, but it will be Factory Unlocked phone.

List Price: $ 221.00

Price: $ 221.00

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6 Responses to “New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone”

  1. Chris says:
    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Awful user interface, November 2, 2012
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    Chris (Canada’s National Capital) –

    This review is from: New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I’ve had this phone for a couple of years through work as do several of my coworkers so I’ve gotten to know it fairly well.

    I would NOT recommend one to anyone. The user interface (UI) is awful.

    The full keyboard is reasonably usable, call quality and battery life are fine but the UI is so bad you just don’t want to pick the phone up.

    Perhaps that’s what my employer was going for: give people such awful phones they don’t want to use them.

    Full disclosure: I’ve owned BlackBerries and Apple iPhones so perhaps I’m a bit spoiled as to what a UI should be.

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  2. Rich L. says:
    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Tons of fatal problems with this phone. Don’t buy one., August 13, 2012
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    Rich L. (NYC) –

    This review is from: New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I’ve had this phone since Christmas. Worked ok at first, although it dropped about 1 in every 4 calls at some point during the conversation, it overheats quickly, and it wouldn’t play any videos, which is why I bought it. Now it won’t even surf the web. What a complete waste of money.

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  3. Eryine says:
    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty good, March 23, 2012
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    Eryine

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    This review is from: New Nokia 6790 Surge GPS Unlocked Phone (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    i got this because i pretty much hate all other brands of phones, and so far as a nokia it’s as customizable as i want it to be. keep in mind though that as this is an older phone, it doesn’t have some convenient features of a newer model (i.e. doesn’t tell you who a new text is from) but these seem negligible to me. i really like this phone aside from a couple things: sometimes the alarm will just turn itself off. not sure why, but it seems to help if you leave the clock app up. also, when the keys are locked, there is no way to just hit a button and check the time; it just stays dark & asks if you want to unlock. finally, the full keyboard (while nice) is not quite fast enough to keep up with a normal rate of typing, so be prepared to slow down a little bit &/or keep an eye out for missed letters in you text. this is recognized by carriers as a smartphone, so be prepared to pay for the required data plan (not something i wanted or even new about). hope this helps.

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  4. Ray Ben says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fan-TASTIC Phone, Outstanding All Around and FUN To Own!, November 10, 2013
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    Ray Ben (Seattle) –

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    This review is from: Nokia 820 Black Factory Unlocked 8GB 1GB RAM WIN 8 OS 8MP Carl Zeiss 4G LTE PENTA BANDS: 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 (Unlocked Phone)

    First, a little background, for perspective: I’m an ex-iphone user, migrated from iphone to Android a few years ago, for the freedom and open-ness of the OS. I’ve really liked the Android OS and the phones I’ve bought along the way. A few months ago I bought a Lumia 521 with a new Metro PCS account. The Lumia 521 introduced me to Windows 8 Phone OS and I was amazed at how fluid, intuitive and FUN it is – so I decided to fork out for a premium Windows Phone … which is what brought me to the Lumia 820.

    The NOKIA LUMIA 820 is SOLID. It’s heavy in the hand and has a stable, durable feel to it. The display is vibrant and beautiful. Reviewers and “experts” out there on the web can say anything they want about resolution, rag on the pixel density, whatever – but this phone, in your hand is BEAUTIFUL. Colors pop, photos are crisp and videos look great!

    As was the case with my (brief) experience on the Lumia 521, this is quick, nimble, FAST. Every operation is there when called for, tasks present themselves immediately and close just as quickly. There’s something about this Windows OS that must be much less resource-intensive, less hungry than other mobile OS’s, because things just pop and fly all over the place.

    The Tiles … live tiles, that represent what feels like a living, breathing OS Interface. You see the faces of your contacts and friends rotating in and out of the “People” tile … Facebook posts of friends “pop up” in live time, as they are happening … News updates circulate in a tile, the tile suddenly flips over to reveal another breaking headline … the tile from your Songza app suddenly flips over to say “It is Friday Night” (or late Saturday morning, etc.) … the Photos tile rotates through your albums, scrolling slowly and continuously … nothing stands still, this tiled-interface is alive!

    More on Tiles … you can size and re-size your tiles, according to taste; regular (square), large (rectangle that covers width of the screen) or small (one quarter size of regular). You can even Pin your favorite websites to the screen, each in a tile of it’s own. I’ve got four favorite Playlists (from Nokia Music) pinned to my screen, each re-sized to small, and they form a little music “block”, the size of a regular tile!

    The Lumia 820 has NFC capability and Wireless Charging – something I didn’t think I’d ever need or use, but I did fork out for the charging plate and it’s been a very nice bonus. I’ve already grown lazy, with the ability to simply place the phone on it’s back for a charge … no plugs, cables or hassles.

    CUSTOMIZATION! Unlike other phones in the Lumia lineup, this one has interchangeable back plates. Once in place, it looks like a solid piece of polycarbonate. You can make this a Cyan phone, a bright Red phone, Yellow, White or Black, simply by putting a different (removable) back plate on it. You can order these with or without NFC and Wireless Charging capability. This phone was black when I bought it, I’ve since changed it to Cyan (and have other colors on order).

    Is the 920 a better phone? How about the 928? Well, the specs are better on those phones, but for me, this is the sweet spot. It’s smaller than the 920, but with the same screen size, and (again), with the joy of body / color customization. Processing speed? System RAM? What are those??? What do I care? When a phone is as fast, fluid, stable and zippy as this is, who cares? When you get a phone that performs as beautifully as this, you can forget about specs (and forget the “expert” opinions from the tech sites). None of it matters.

    Apps … yes, you hear a lot of whining, complaining, hand-wringing criticism of the Windows app store and it’s “horrible dearth of apps”. If you believe what you read out there on the internet, you probably figure they’ve got about 10 or 20 apps in the store. I don’t know WHO these people are, or WHAT they have on their own phones, but inasmuch as the Windows store has over a hundred thousand apps (126,000 as of last night) … I feel that is enough for me (and for any reasonable person). Sure, you can bolster your app store to a million, 50 million, a billion, whatever – but when 50,000 of those apps are flashlights (as opposed to one flashlight), how is that improving your app experience?

    The 8GB of internal space … once the OS requirements are subtracted, you’ve got about 5 or 6 gigs to yourself. Unlike it’s bigger brethren in the Lumia family, this one comes with a Micro SD slot. I’ve got a 32GB card in mine, and have set the phone to load all photos, music and videos to the card (rather than to internal storage). That should hold me for awhile.

    The Camera … with Carl Zeiss optics and Dual LED Flash, the 8.7 megapixel camera and quality of your photos will be excellent. I’ve also loaded an HDR app from the store and have experimented with it, garnering some very nice…

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  5. Brandon R. says:
    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Pleased, July 28, 2013
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    I bought this as a trial, I’ve used BB7, BB10, Android, and now WP8. I found things about every one of them that is preferrable to the others. I don’t like the fact that this is an unlocked AT&T phone, that should be noted on the product page (not that it’s ‘factory unlocked’).

    The flow of the OS is quite simple and easy to use, everything is in alphabetical order in the apps list, and the Start screen lets you put whatever apps you want on it and in any order. One weird thing about the 820 (WP8?) is the back arrow vs the Windows button. If you use the Windows button then press the back button it will return to the program you closed (doesn’t happen on Android). There are many very useful apps for this OS. Offline maps and translators are quite useful when you’re traveling, especially when they’re free.

    The phone itself is nicely designed, simple and clean, and the build quality seems good. The battery cover is a bit difficult to remove (make sure you have everything you want/need to put in when you do this, so it’s only required once). The camera is very good and the pictures are clear. For the individual who sat on his phone, it’s not shocking at all that it broke, and quite uncertain whether Gorilla Glass would have made a difference.

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  6. Laura Perez says:
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product!, October 12, 2013
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    I received the phone just as indicated, BRAND new and everything included. The phone was a gift for my dad who will use it in Dominican Republic. He activated it and had no issues whatsoever. Thank you!!

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