Product Type: Nokia mobile phones
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The price is too much, its good but not that good
Member Name: milkos
Advantages: Good for camera/filming recording.
Disadvantages: Nokia is not for top of the range phones
If you choose to buy one of these top quality expensive phones, you want one that's worth the price. Nokia is and always has been a very reliable name but it has hardly been cutting edge. Fact of the matter is that its never worth paying £350 for a Nokia. You can instead get one of the more flash makes like the iPhone which is much more value for money or Samsung even more so.
Nokia phones are good for the basic features because they have always been about this simplicity. But this is a high end of the market phone and this is not part of the market where you should be looking for simple brands. If you pay this much it should be for innovative brands.
It is quite light at 136grams, not too heavy which is a plus. I find it is not too fragile either. But using this I don't see anything to justify the price tag at all. You have Symbian with it, which is something, but its not really worth parting £350 for, maybe £150 at best if you can find one at a good deal.
The main good thing about this is that you get the Symbian with its high video recording and playback capabilities. So if you are always making home movies and want a phone to do this, then you can buy this one. But at this price you are still better off with buying a dedicated camera for this instead of this phone.
Summary: Good but if you spend this much on a phone don't make it a Nokia
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