Reviews and Problems with Nokia X3 / X3-00 / X3-02 / X3-02.5
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17 December 2009
Excerpt: With the announcement of the first models of the new “X” Series, the Nokia X3 and Nokia X6 , the manufacturer has turned over a new leaf in the development of their music line-up that was, until recently, called XpressMusic.
Pros: Good music quality and powerful loudspeakers during audio playback, Robust battery
Cons: Mediocre in call quality, Cheap feel, Display with thin colors, Bad camera performance
Nokia X3 Touch and Type review: Nokia's X3 combines a basic touchscreen with a regular numeric keypad to surprisingly good effect
Good Gear Guide.au
29 June 2011
Summary: Nokia's X3 Touch and Type's form factor may initially look a little odd, but the experience using it is anything but. This is an excellent, basic feature phone with a great design, and it is highly recommended for anyone who doesn't need a fully fledged, expensive smartphone.
Pros: Thin and light design, Responsive touch screen, Redesigned user interface
Cons: Awkward position of some keys, Poor Web browser, Limited apps
Summary: The twin aspects of innovation and quality are essentially the key to success that Nokia has had all over the world. Despite tough competition from brands like Samsung, HTC and Motorola, the Finnish major has proved unbeatable in the marketplace.
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.
Conclusion: The X3 is at the entry-level end of the Xseries range, and consequently the opposite end of a market seemingly dominated by touchscreens and apps. The camera is relatively basic, but the emphasis here is on music.
Excerpt: Overview: Nokia’s X3 is the baby brother of the X6, but that doesn’t necessarily it has to live in the X6’s shadow. If you’re on the hunt for an affordable music handset that still packs the wow-factor, the X3 is a phone that might be right up your alley. Let’s take a closer look at […]
Nokia X3 Touch and Type im Test: Anspruchsvoll und bezahlbar
28 April 2015
Summary: Mit WLAN, HSDPA und EDGE setzt das Handy auf weit mehr Geschwindigkeit, als es andere Mittelklasse-Handys bieten. Dank des 2,4 Zoll großen TFT-Touchscreen lässt es sich bequem mit dem Gerät surfen, da sämtliche vom Opera Mini-Browser angezeigten Schaltflächen mit dem Finger zu erreichen sind.