Excerpt: Like the other series from Nokia, the series which strated with number 1 means it’s low phone from Nokia. I have one series from ‘the number 1′ series, it’s Nokia 1208. It’s simple phone, very functional to make a phone call and send message.
Summary: it is phone I bought in my country many years ago. it is very convenient to use it. small size. the very easy. in a pocket to carry very conveniently. it is very convenient to hold in a hand and to dial number. the touch keyboard very good and phone protects from a dust. it is made perfectly. beautifully. it is audible well. alarm clock very good. works perfectly. this phone at me nearly 8 years and just as new by sight and so works still without slightest hindrances.
Summary: I have had a phone like this Nokia all 10 years I have had a cell phone. It does what I need it to do: makes calls and be reliable. I purchased a replacement for $14 when my old one went through the washing machine. I put in my old SIM card and I was ready to go. I did not shed a tear when it was broken unlike a Apple 5 user ($700 cell phone).
Excerpt: This is a very basic phone, perfect for the essentials (SMS, calls, phonebook). It's durable, but the keypad is fragile. The best thing is the flashlight, and the sound. I've used by two years and still working.
Pros: Powerful flashlight, Good sound, Cheap, Functional
Summary: Other than that, it's a good solid phone like only Nokia seem able to do. Seems to give decent reception. Unfortunately at this level you get no connectivity to a PC, so you have to manually enter your contacts. It's an unpretentious phone, and it works, but it has a few unnecessary flaws: 1. No non-musical ringtone. There isn't one which *just rings*. I ended up choosing some sort of buzzing thing which sounds like a woodpecker, which was the least offensive. 4.