Summary: In fact i bought this phone for my mom in Ghana and she was very happy because she always tells me that it has a good picture quality and the touchscreen is also very sensitive and again it has a clear hearing. So she LOVE IT and its perfect.
Summary: Obviously! Yet the touch screen interface makes operations easy, along w/the QWERTY keypad. It has WIFI, and works w/social networking (for all the FBers out there). It's a great buy for someone who can't spend the pretty penny on the smart phone, but still wants a communications device for texting, calling, and updating status. The camera isn't anything to talk about.
Summary: This phone fit the need for my wife. She didn't want a smartphone. She talks and text mostly and no web. She wanted a keyboard not a touchscreen one. This phone has a great number of features similar to a smartphone, but not all of them. She will not use many of those features. She is very happen with it. A great phone if you don't need a full smartphone.
Summary: I am surprised that this phone does not have many more reviews and all the sites including this one. I ordered this p hone on another site, sorry Amazon, because it was actually $10 less than what amazon offered it for. And I got just in the nick of time..on Christmas eve. The phone looked a little cheapy looking compared to the other attractively designed phones but I could live without that because the features on this phone is great for my needs!
Summary: The phone has a decent enough touchscreen. The home screen is super-customizable. The QWERTY isn't actually as bad to type with as it may seem. It just requires a few minutes to get used to it. With the small form factor, it's really easy to type with one hand, except for me since I have itty-bitty hands. If you're a regular Nokia user (not Lumia), it would be much, much easier to get used to the works of the user interface.