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Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type Review

30 September 2013
  • Excerpt: The new generation touch and type mobile phones are rightly worthy of being labelled as the new avatars of the Symbian S40 operating system. With the unique and quite intuitive touch and type interface, these are getting a lot of popularity amongst users throughout the country and across the globe. While touchscreens are better for navigation, keys are definitely good when it comes to typing messages.
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Overall 5

Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type (Unlocked)

PC Magazine
6 August 2011
  • Conclusion: The unlocked Nokia X3-02 is yet another model in a long line of capable, unlocked Nokia cell phones that few Americans need or want; if you're one of the few target customers, Nokia offers much better options.
  • Pros: Attractive and lightweight. Solid call quality. Easy to use one-handed. Good camera and music player.
  • Cons: Cluttered home screen. "Typing" is tough without a QWERTY keyboard. Finicky haptic feedback. Shaky data connection. No voice dialing or GPS.
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Overall 6

Nokia X3 Touch and Type

7 May 2011
  • Summary: The Nokia X3 Touch and Type is an inexpensive option if you want an unlocked phone primarily for making calls and sending texts.
  • Pros: The Nokia X3 Touch and Type packs a touch screen into a compact design. It also offers a 5-megapixel camera and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G support.
  • Cons: The smartphone is sluggish. The smaller screen size can be a strain on the eyes.
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Overall 6

Nokia X3 Touch and Type Review: In Depth

22 April 2011
  • Conclusion: Nokia has struck a good balance here with the X3 Touch and Type. The mixture of a small touchscreen with a basic numeric keypad really works. There were a couple of things we found annoying such as the browsers and the omission of a flash for the camera. But overall the Nokia X3 Touch & Type is a decent mid-range phone that’s easy to get to grips with.
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Overall 6

Nokia X3 Review: In Depth

22 April 2011
  • Conclusion: The Nokia X3 isn't the perfect phone; but it's not a basic handset trying to be a cheap smartphone and that's why we like it. Yes, it's a bit basic but it fits into its own skin unlike its older brother, the X6. So rather than getting frustrated every time we used the phone, it was a pleasant albeit basic experience.
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Overall 7

Nokia X3-02 - Basic mobile phone, that does quite a bit

22 April 2011
  • Summary: The Nokia X3-02 offers something that is quite rare in this price bracket- a touchscreen complemented by a physical numeric keypad. While the phone isn�t really a smartphone, the Symbian S40 interface does attempt to give a more �matter to fact� look. However, the disappointing touchscreen response may put you off.
  • Pros: Convenient Touchscreen + numeric keypad combo, Good battery life, Slim form factor
  • Cons: Touch response isn�t good, Numeric keypad layout takes some getting used to
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Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type

Mobile Review
27 March 2011
  • Summary: It is a typical Nokia product, but there is a speaker defect. During the conversation you may hear some scratching sounds. If it is the case contact the service center to replace the speaker. The issue is not obvious straight away, so you cannot check it out during the purchase. The replacement is free, so you will just lose time. There are two Touch and Type models on the market – X3-02 for €125 and C3-01 for €145.
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Overall 9

Nokia X3-02 – Many Reasons to Buy One

4 January 2011
  • Summary: The Nokia X3-02 is priced at Rs. 8,404 (MOP) which is very attractive for such a handset. Now what really matters here is that the phone scores well in almost every area. Sure, it takes some getting used to the new keypad format, but after a while you’re bound to fall in love with it. It’s very important to note that Symbian is not really the OS of the future, so if you are looking for more of apps and features, Android, Windows Phone 7 and even iOS makes more sense than...
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Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type Review

20 December 2010
  • Conclusion: With the focus on mid- to high-end smartphones, it's easy to forget that there's a considerable market for capable, well-designed feature-phones. The X3-02 isn't perfect in that respect - we're not keen on Nokia's tendency over the years to tinker with their keyboard layouts - but the numeric keypad isn't as outlandish as some we've seen from the Finns, and the tactile buttons go a long way to making up for it.
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Nokia X3 Review - 'Affaire de la Musique'

19 November 2010
  • Excerpt: Nokia's Xseries is a successful sequel to the XpressMusic mobile phones lineup and comprises a wide range of music phones. The X3 was one of the first handsets of the Xseries, along with the more advanced X6. The Finnish giant rehashed the S40 UI of the XpressMusic phones, but added a few new features and embeded it into the Xseries music phones.
  • Pros: Truth be told, the best features of the X3 are music-oriented: excellent music sound, external dedicated multimedia keys, Equalizers, 3.5mm audio jack, 26 hours of music playback, Stereo FM radio with RDS and built-in antenna. Other highlights of the slider include: Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP support, microSD card slot for memory expansion and decent 3.2-megapixel camera.
  • Cons: Perhaps Nokia fans will disagree on this, but the S40 UI is too old to impress anyone. It lacks a lot of features, and those included are not on par with those offered by Nokia's rivals on the mobile phone market. The X3 has a sub-mediocre 2.2-inch display and lacks a lot of features such as: office document viewer, multi-tasking, smart dialing, more social network services, GPS receiver and 3G or Wi-Fi. Sales Package Nokia X3 handset Nokia Battery (BL-4CT) Nokia High...
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