Excerpt: The Nokia 515 is having slim beautiful aluminum chassis with a 2.4-inch QVGA display protected by Gorilla Glass 2. It's just launched today in Pakistan in single-SIM and dual-SIM variants. Its a very nice feature phone but too expensive. Price in Pakistan is 16,550/- around 160 $ . In this price people can have full featured smartphone having 1gig of RAM. Nokia needs to keep there prices down.
Summary: good its a beautiful basic feature phone. flashlight is there but u can't use it as torch, eventhough u install apps for this still u won't be able to make the light to stay. to save battery do the following which is very very crucial: menu-apps-my apps-notifications-open this go to settings, disable whatsapp. facebook,twitter & whats app are inbuilt apps. but u won't be able to use these apps as it drains out the battery very very quickly.
Excerpt: Worst feature handset I've ever purchased in my life. Constant flashcard errors when using camera, no variation on volume at mid settings, glitched MP3s, hissy cruncky crackly distortion with high end earbuds, extremely slow to navigate menus - This phones processor can't even cope with the features nokia have implimented. This stone-age kiddies phone is ridiculous.
Excerpt: The battery life of my 515 is pathetic,it requires recharge every two or three days with limited use.I hate to see what regular use it would be like.The battery life claims for this phone are just pie in the sky.The phone spends more time on charge than off.
Excerpt: Having had Nokia phones before, I wanted something basic but not cheap, and forked-out over £100 for this "top of the range" Nokia phone. Features are average, but to be expected as this isn't a touch screen smartphone. Reliability is very disappointing... within just a few weeks, it no longer charges, and is resigned to the bin... Samsung, here I come.