Updated on:Dec 01, 2015
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For a phone that costs from u00a380 in Britain on Pay as you Go, the C3 has plenty going for. Despite running on Nokia`s Series 40 platform, the C3 is unusually blessed with WiFi and Bluetooth.u00a0In addition to that it has a decent 2MP camera which is fine......
Verdict: It is hard to fault the C3. It is a great device with brilliant built quality and has featuresu00a0many would not expect in such a cheap device. For u00a380 (EUR100) on Pay as you Go, you get au00a0great lookingu00a0device with a wonderful QWERTY key...
Nokia`s C3 is a companion to the recently launched, and well-received, C5 and a lookalike for the perennial favourite E72. But don`t, for a single moment, labour under the illusion that it is a direct competitor for, or update of, the E72. With an asking price of £119 direct from Nokia and as little as £80 elsewhere SIM free it`s obviously a budget buy. Our review sample came from Vodafone, where it costs £80 on PAYG. The E72 st...
Pros: Super mini QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, Good Twitter and Facebook integration, Top-mounted 3.5mm jack,
Cons: Not 3G, Poor web browsing experience, Average camera,
Verdict: Solid hardware is only let down by a disappointing feature set...
One of the features Nokia touts for its Cseries line is u201cmessaging for the massesu201d. The Finnish company made a name for itself with the excellent thumbboard devices from the Eseries, providing a Symbian alternative for fans of the BlackBerry form......
A superb phone with an unreasonable cluttered keypad...
Pros: Looks ; design ; build quality ; display ; sound ; large keys ; battery life ; WiFi ; price
Cons: Camera ; keypad has too much text imprinted
Overall User Rating (3.3 Out of 5 based on 6 ratings)
Best Features: all
Pros: i love it
Overall: except camera everything is fine
Overall: make the currection in the price of C-3
Overall: this ph is better but wifi prob appears