Summary: I have been carrying a Samsung Galaxy Note (first version) for about a year and a half. All of the sudden I found myself missing the feel of a flip phone. I still have my old Motorola Razor but I don't like the look of it anymore. I found the Nokia Mural online and really liked the look of it. Although the Mural was new back in '09, I still find this phone quite snazzy. It is far from my Note, but that's why i like to use this phone from time to time.
Summary: Nice phone. I'm old school so don't need all the smart phone features as I would be lost anyway. It's a little tough to open as It is so skinny and kind of slippery like the old Motorola Razor, but all said It works nice sounds good, and the loud speaker works well. I was disappointed that It didn't come with a car charger, but again It's a pretty decent phone.
Summary: Nokia flip phones are great and this one is really easy to use. Only reason did not give a 5 is because the battery back cover has a button that moves so it falls off suddenly. Of all the different brands of flip phones I have had, Nokia makes the best! I tried a iPhone and took it back. I only use a phone to talk on so this is perfect for me.
Summary: I really like flip phones, but after going to the LG NITRO, which is a smart "ass" phone. I can truly never go back. However, I did break my LG NITRO and while my insurance was replacing the phone I needed something to hold me over so I bought this phone. I truly only use this phone now if I break my smart phone. This is a good flip phone. The antenna compared to my smart phone isn't as good. Places where I get reception with my smart phone, I can't with this one!
Summary: I have two of these phones and like them a lot. I don't want a data plan, so this works out very well. One use is with my Bluetooth headset in my motorcycle helmet that I use to stream music from the MP3. The sound quality from this Nokia is outstanding. I like the small size of this phone, as I prefer to carry it in my pocket of my jeans.
Summary: The phone has the old familiar Nokia key pad that many of us need in order to text on the fly without learning a new language. Although this model does not have a rear lit key pad so it gets a big touchy in the dark. Also no fold close hang up , not even in the menu options, so you have to be certain to hang up when your done with a conference call before you start telling your dog how good looking he is!
Summary: I bought this phone as a replacement for another one of my wife's dead Motorola razor phones.Having gotten tired of replacing another Motorola piece of junk I decided to get her a phone made by Nokia because I have always had Nokia phones for myself and love their reliability and endurance.I was not sure what to expect with this phone due to the low sale price but I would do it all over again.This phone has great reception and clarity,and my wife likes the option of...