Summary: Once upon a time, Nokia reigned supreme. With its full Qwerty keyboard and looks with finesse, it enchanted droves of buyers who flocked to get a Nokia. It was / it is a reliable phone, and Nokia has done an excellent job in keeping the chargers interchangeable - kudos!
Summary: It's a great phone not a touch screen but its still a great phone one or two downfall it needs a better App Store nokia's just doesn't do it for me but over all surfing and texting and staying in contact also checking emails this is your phone
Summary: Isn't the best smartphone but it satisfied my needs except when I try to connect to my blog or find something in internet. For the oldest will difficult to read for instance WhatsApp messages, and almost impossible to see the cursor.
Summary: Nokia needs to dump Symbian and work on Windows/Android. Phone is sturdy, well made, keypad is very good, speaker is good, camera is okay, and it is well featured. On the other hand, screen is not that good, Symbian is just annoying and boring, It takes too long to lock the GPS signal.
Summary: I've been using Sony Ericsson cell phones for the past 5 years or so, and unfortunately decided to switch to Nokia, because I didn't find that many Sony Ericsson phones in my price range. I regret it. Nokia is not user friendly, they make even a simple thing like editing a contact complicated.