Reviews and Problems with Nokia X3 / X3-00 / X3-02 / X3-02.5
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Value for money 2
1 week ago
Summary: This is not the 3X-02.5 phone, it is an older X3.02 model that has Cell USA on the main screen and cannot be removed. By the looks of the box a number of people have checked it out and are as disapointed as I am. I am amazed Walmat would sell something like this as new.
Summary: It is incredible that Nokia has come up with a super sleek phone with almost all the feature you would look for in a smart phone. Look and feel of the phone make this phone a huge bargain for the price of the phone. Do not compare to Smart phones of Apple,Samsung or > $200 range..if you like superfast,high resolution GUI & Apps go for iPhone.
Summary: Nice phone. I had issues with battery life before I reloaded software from the Nokia site. For longer battery life, I would also recommend turning off Bluetooth and the WLAN search when they are not in use,. Setting the phone to GSM only helps too. The phone came will with a euro/ac adapter which is crap and didn't fit my wall outlets. It wasn't charging the phone properly. I purchased a $5.00 A/C travel adapter which did the trick.
Excerpt: The Nokia X3-00 was a good phone for music lowers with its stereo speakers and built in radio receiver but lacked the touch functionality of its big brother the x3 Touch and Type. While the music was great the screen was terrible... it gave me a sort of 3d sickness while using it even if its not 3D the lack of pixels makes the brain look for more of them giving the illusion of bad 3D. Overall it was an average phone.
Pros: Great Stereo Speakers, Dedicated Camera Key, Built-In Radio Receiver
Excerpt: A good phone to use, I was looking for a phone with the features that it has, I felt happy that it has an Internet Phone feature where in I could use my VoIP SIP account to make international calls, in the begining I didnt know how, but it's working now. If anyone is interested to know on how to get thier VoIP SIP settings configured in their mobile phone I could give the proper directions on how to get it done (only for a selected service providers)
Excerpt: This isn\'t a great phone as it seems. I would admit that Nokia did a really good job to promote it. Sadly, it doesn\'t perform as well as what you think. The resistive touchscreen is actually pretty responsive. Looks are great too. The UI isn\'t as good as Symbian, since it is only a S40 interface. The 5 megapixel shooter is a disgrace. Shots are dull-colored and grainy. The Wi-fi is a dismay and only supports strong signals.
Summary: Like many others, I have been a long time fan of Nokia phones, they are not always the most high end of phones like the current Iphone or androids but I myself dont really need to carry around a $400 dual-core processor android phone all day. That's what my laptop is for! I have gone through many phones with T-mobile and the prices of phones just get more expensive and they are just cheesy phones, In my opinion.
Summary: PROS- This phone is what you want if you use a PHONE. I tried MANY phones -from- AT&T (and returned all of them) wanting a phone I could use for phone calls. ALL of them -would not- allow me to call my WIRED TELEPHONE ANSWERER and pick up messages. These were called SMART PHONES but they -would not- allow me to punch in a code for the answerer in order to retrieve my messages. The SMART PHONES just would not allow me to enter the numbers and pick up messages.
Summary: I bought this phone for my husband and he absolutly loves it. He is a type of person who doesn't like new touch screen phones. So to make this transition smoother for him I got him this phone that combines best of both worlds and he just loves it. It gives him ability to still use keypad if he'd like as well as slowly get use to touching technics. In addition, this phone is very "good" looking: small and modern looking, which is a big plus.