Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
Newest Review: ... keys. Sending texts via the numeric pad entry system is fine too - waiting for letters to appear quickly becomes second nature, and it's mu... more
basic but functional
Member Name: ipod009
Advantages: good battery
Disadvantages: not on android
The first great feature of this mobile phone is the actual battery life, I've had phones in the past that would stay charged for maybe two or three days max with heavy use. But this phone keeps its charge for over 3 or 4 days, no matter how much time you spend on phone calls or texting your friends.
The reception during phone calls is also very good and the single strength is always near the maximum, no matter where I am during my travels. Though this may entirely be dependant on which mobile phone network you choose.
The phone has a black stylish finish and is a folding phone so you don't have to worry about locking the keypad in case of accidental unwanted phone dialling that wastes your pay as you go credit. The overall design of the phone is robust and can take some wear and tear when being clattered around in your pocket or when accidentally dropped on the floor. There is also a nice display when you close the phone, that lights up and displays the time and any incoming calls.
The largeness of the buttons make this phone ideal for men with chunky fingers or people who have difficulty seeing the often tiny numbers on other phones. The phone though basic also has internet functionality, a 1.3 mega-pixel camera, FM radio and some other useful features.
If you are looking for a very basic but functional phone, that is durable and has a good battery life that you can make phone calls and send a few texts with ease, then I would highly recommend you purchase this mobile phone.
Summary: basic but functional phone
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