Having looked at several models from Nokia’s Symbian^3 smartphone range over the past few months – including the range-topping Nokia N8 – today it’s the turn of more basic fare from the company. The Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type may have a touchscreen but it also keeps a numeric keypad, albeit one with an unusual layout, for those for whom T9 has yet to be eclipsed by on-screen keyboards. Is Nokia still the king of budget cel...
Overall User Rating (3.6 Out of 5 based on 72 ratings)
Overall: this phone sucks. i have been using it for about 3 months now. n1) it is way too slow. it hangs very often. (when it hangs u cannot do anything but wait it out. bcos even switching it off and on is not possible. removing the battery also dosent help.)n2) half the time you cannot call or receive calls because it says there is an "error in connection" (this is a problem with the phone. all of my friends who use this experience the same)nit is an absolute waste of money.ni am looking for a new phone already.nPLEASE DO NOT BUY IT.nonly good thing is that it looks kinda cool.