Summary: I bought this product a while ago, and im still enjoing it. Really decent phone for the price, sometimes it freezes for a while and you have to reboot it, but overall im really satisfied with the product. Some important details, if you dont mind to have a little screen compared to todays phones, its not heavy at all and perfect size to take everywhere and styleish so you dont feel like a low gama phone. Overall A great phone.
Good smartphone for pay-as-you-go and infrequent user
Sandra L., Amazon
29 January 2013
Summary: I purchased this phone on a lightning deal to use with my Tru SIM card. It took a little manual fiddling with the settings to get the data working, but other than that, the change was smooth. My eyes aren't the best so I was a bit worried about the small screen size, but I haven't had too many problems. Pros: -- Free, built-in GPS service. I can use maps and text/voice navigation without turning on my data connection and paying for the data usage.
Summary: My 1st smartphone. Excellent graphics. Internal processing speed is awesome. I'm using it on Straight-talk. Takes the regular sized mini-SIM card, NOT the micro-SIM(past :( experience). Had quite a time trying to figure out how to set up the WiFi on it and mobile data on it. But I finally found an internet link about it, that worked. For some reason, messages sent on the instant-message screen only send a part of the words you text in.
Summary: First of all, if you haven't see a Symbian phone in the last year you are in for a surprise. The fiddley S60 interface of the mid-2000's is gone. The new Symbian Belle (Feature Pack 2) looks more like Android than anything else, and it is built from the ground up for touch. This little baby slips in a shirt pocket and you'll completely forget that it's there.
Summary: if nokia supports the android user experience then all these reviews on symbian outdated software, under performing hardware, slow processor, sluggish performance, very limited apps (widgets), cramped QWERTY keys in a scrimped good screen and the list goes on, etc, would sort itself out.
Very good phone indeed. Is it the right one for you?
9 May 2012
Summary: I bought my phone the first week of June. I needed an unlocked, contract-free phone and I wanted it to have manufacturer warranty, valid in the US. I discarded the "latest and greatest", either for their price, size or lack of US warranty, and started looking for a so called mid-range smartphone. My search was over when I found this one at Amazon for $204. I admit price was its top selling point.
Summary: I've just bought this product and it is a very good item. I've always prefered nokia over other brands, but having a symbian phone this days is not for everyone. The item is very nice but had some issues with the signal and I've read is because of Symbian Belle. Also some apps had issues with this OS as well. In the end I gave it to my brother and he is very happy with the unit as he doesn't need the amount of apps I do.
Conclusion: this phone has 3.2 inches of touch screen with good screen resolution and color support. this phone has five mega pixel of camera with three x digital zoom with video recording. this phone supports all music and audio formats. this phone enables 3g , gprs , gps and wifi.
Summary: This is an awesome phone especially for the price. It has a discrete graphics chip which makes it a pleasure to use and includes most new technologies like NFC (Near Field Communication) and Bluetooth V3.0 (the faster one). The new Symbian OS (Belle) is pleasant to use on this phone... although it seems to still have at least a few bugs. Presumably it will improve even more after the next upgrade. Browser and app support is very good. Camera works well.