One of Nokia's earlist "mobile computer" devices, the 9300 was both praised and criticized at release. In candybar mode, the device is a typical quad-band phone, though it doesn't allow T9 input. When opened, the user has access to a fulll qwerty keyboard and a 620x200 screen.
It was well received for the quality of the keyboard, and the large suite of included applications. However, many reviewers complained about the lack of some common cell features, such as one-handed use, vibrate mode, no key backlight, and no WLAN.
The 9300i addressed the devices most referenced downsides, the lack of WLAN ability.
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