Reviews and Problems with Nokia X3 / X3-00 / X3-02 / X3-02.5
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Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type (Unlocked)
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.
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.
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.
Summary: • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support • Quad-band 3G with 10Mbps HSDPA and 2Mbps HSUPA • Neat and well built, slim and lightweight, metal on the body • 2.4″ 256K-color resistive TFT QVGA touchscreen • S40 6th edition UI • 5 megapixel fixed-focus camera • VGA video recording at 15fps • Wi-Fi b/g/n • Stereo FM radio with RDS, Visual radio • Bluetooth v2.1 (with A2DP) • Standard microUSB port (charging enabled) • USB On-The-Go • microSD card slot (32 GB supported, 2GB included)...
Pros: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support , Quad-band 3G with 10Mbps HSDPA and 2Mbps HSUPA , Neat and well built, slim and lightweight, metal on the body , 2.4″ 256K-color resistive TFT QVGA touchscreen , S40 6th edition UI , 5 megapixel fixed-focus camera , VGA video recording at 15fps , Wi-Fi b/g/n , Stereo FM radio with RDS, Visual radio , Bluetooth v2.1 (with A2DP) , Standard microUSB port (charging enabled) , USB On-The-Go , microSD card slot (32 GB supported, 2GB included...
Cons: Small screen (for a touch phone) , No multitasking , No GPS , Fixed-focus camera , No document viewer , No smart dialing , No video-call camera , No accelerometer sensor