Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
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Member Name: daddyumyum
Advantages: Easy and simple to use
Disadvantages: No good for internet use or social networking
I will start by saying I love this phone! It never let me down even when I dropped it out the car into a puddle, or when I dropped it out a first floor window (I was showing off), or well the numerous times it has been dropped, kicked, stepped on or watered!
The phone is very easy and simple to use. Mine comes with the brushed metal backing and silver front. as with all phones you can make calls and send texts but it is not a Smartphone so no social networking or apps but in saying that at least the battery lasts a good long time (approx 2-3 days compared to my new Sony Ericsson which lasts 1 day). It has a satisfactory camera, 2 mega pixel, and it does have a built in MP3 player as well as an fm radio (you do need head phones for this to work). if you want a phone for networking and internet use then this is not the phone for you, as although it does have the Nokia Opera browser it is not the easiest to use and to be honest I tried it once only and gave up.
The keys have a good feel to them and I found that even my fat fingers could fly across them and text like the best of them. The screen is a nice size and it very clear and the menu is very well set out and easy to navigate.
I you are looking for an easy phone to use, that does everything a phone should do then this is brilliant, but if you want a phone to be a small portable computer then this is not for you. In my opinion this is the best phone I have ever had the pleasure of owning. I bought my for £135 + trade in of my old phone but you can pick one for anywhere between £80 and £149.99 depending on refurbishment or new phone.
Summary: Brilliant phone and i would high recommend it
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