Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
Newest Review: ... recommend the Nokia 2630. It is very slim, - barely a centimetre thick - and the handset measures about 4.5 x 10.5 centimetres. The numb... more
Member Name: heuchera
Advantages: user-friendly, inexpensive
Disadvantages: may be too 'basic' for some people
For someone who likes up-to-the-minute gadgets and the latest phones this is not going to cut the mustard, but if, like me, you want a fairly basic phone without too much fancy gadgetry I can recommend the Nokia 2630.
It is very slim, - barely a centimetre thick - and the handset measures about 4.5 x 10.5 centimetres. The number pad is not too small, unlike many mobile phones, and speaking as someone who's not much of a technophile, I'd say it's pretty user-friendly and fairly straightforward and simple to use.
I don't know how it would fare with constant heavy use, but as somebody who does not use the phone extensively it more than does the job. I find it needs charging about every 5 days.
It has games, accessories and a camera, and it has Bluetooth. It's also possible to email and use the internet, though I personally haven't used the latter three functions so I can't comment on how good they are.
I would recommend it as being a good phone for someone who just wants something relatively basic and straightforward to use.
Summary: good, reliable mobile phone
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