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PhoneArena

A cheap feature phone, that feels even cheaper

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from PhoneArena
The Nokia 3310 is selling like hot cakes. However, there is nothing of its 17-year-old predecessor left in this device. The sales are completely due to marketing and nostalgia, in our opinion. If you want a solid feature phone, HMD Global has produced far better options in the same price range, such as the Nokia 230, for example, which retails in Europe for $75, give or take... Full review
Recombu

Nostalgia for the win

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from Recombu
Should you buy the Nokia 3310, for a bit of retro fun and nostalgic joy? Well, that depends if you've got £50 sat in your pocket and nothing better to do with it. There's a reason these phones aren't seen any more in the UK, and that's because they're obsolete... Full review
tech2

If nostalgia is what you seek, you are better off getting the original

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from tech2
Now the main thing the phone is selling is nostalgia. Even for a feature phone, it does not offer what you can expect at that price range... Full review
Cnet

A great spare emergency phone

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from Cnet
The Nokia 3310 won't replace your iPhone, but this dirt-cheap feature phone is packed full of nostalgic charms that old-school Nokia fans will love... Full review
Alphr

A millennium throwback best left there

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from Alphr
It may seem harsh to be comparing the Nokia 3310 – a deliberate throwback to 17 years ago – to the phones of 2017 but there’s good reason to do so. And it’s simply because most people will find this phone a chore to use once they’ve completed a few rounds of Snake... Full review
NDTV

Offers dependability, durability, and good looks

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from NDTV
It's been clear from the start that HMD Global is selling the Nokia 3310 (2017) largely for the sake of nostalgia. There are a few things that do bring back the feeling of owning an original Nokia 3310, such as the classic Nokia ringtone, the physical buttons, the tiny body, and solid build quality. That might be enough for Nokia fans to grab this phone, and sure enough, it has already sold out just as fast as the Galaxy S8 in the UK. The question is whether they're buying this phone to use it, or just as a novelty or collectible... Full review
The Indian Express

Old classic is back once again

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from The Indian Express
Should you be heading out to buy the Nokia 3310? If you’re a smartphone addict like myself, you’re too far gone. There is no hope for redemption. Sure you could carry this tiny thing in your pocket, and show off to your friends for the novelty of it. But beyond the glossy colour, you might find yourself bored of the Nokia 3310 too soon. Eventually, this phone will end up in the drawer with other gadgets that are not used daily... Full review
Pocket-lint

A simple, basic phone

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from Pocket-lint
For most people, the 3310 isn’t going to be a phone you buy as a primary mobile device. Its functions are way too limited, and considering how cheap smartphones are getting these days, the £50 price point won’t feel cheap enough to make the cost savings tempting either. Even as basic, no-frills device, it feels limited and expensive. You could buy a Nokia 150 - as an example - and save yourself £30... Full review
Ars Technica

Overpriced and underpowered

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from Ars Technica
The Nokia 3310's sole purpose for existing is that it looks a little bit like the phones we used to own as teenagers. That's not really a selling point. It's barely an idea... Full review
PC Advisor

Both immediately familiar and subtly original

Nokia 3310 (2017)

from PC Advisor
At the end of the day, the Nokia 3310 is a play for nostalgia, and how much you care will depend on how much affection you have for the old Nokia bricks. It’s not going to replace your smartphone - and it doesn’t want to - but it could be a cheap supplement (although the SIM size is annoying). And yeah, you could already buy another feature phone for cheaper, but between the epic battery life and the sheer Nokia factor (and Snake!) we know where our loyalties lie... Full review
chandru

Because i love ariel type

Nokia 5160 Blueline

I want to buy this phone
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Nokia 625

Nokia Lumia 625

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Kgotso

My whatsapp cannot work i dont know why


Hi Kgotso. Have you tried reinstalling WhatsApp?

Very good for the price

Nokia 208

I bought it 8 months ago and it's never missed a beat. I charge it overnight whenever the battery indicator shows 3 lines instead of 4 - which is about once a week. Admittedly I don't use it for surfing the net and don't make calls every minute of the day, but for my modest requirements this phone... More
I bought it 8 months ago and it's never missed a beat. I charge it overnight whenever the battery indicator shows 3 lines instead of 4 - which is about once a week. Admittedly I don't use it for surfing the net and don't make calls every minute of the day, but for my modest requirements this phone is excellent value. Less

Much worse than NOKIA 206 !

Nokia 225

Although 225 normally suggests better than 206, it is very much the opposite !! The 225 : 1) In one Contact you CAN'T associate moe than one phone Nos ! 2) It csupports very - very few languages 3) The calculator doesn't support scientific calculations 4) Several others that I don't remember a... More
Although 225 normally suggests better than 206, it is very much the opposite !! The 225 : 1) In one Contact you CAN'T associate moe than one phone Nos ! 2) It csupports very - very few languages 3) The calculator doesn't support scientific calculations 4) Several others that I don't remember any more because I changed to 206 model which does all the above and even more !! NO COMPARISON !! Less
Nashy

I hate this phone because it doesn't seem to understand English first time

Nokia 220

The dictionary for English is rubbish , and when you think you are using tesco ........ You are not , it is 02 kerapppppp ,!!!!!!!!
The dictionary for English is rubbish , and when you think you are using tesco ........ You are not , it is 02 kerapppppp ,!!!!!!!! Less
PG

Long time Nokia fan, brought it over from Germany because it wasn't available back in 2012 ...

Nokia 500

...overhere in NA! No1. Wanted it especially for it's tiny size - which turned out to be too small! Even in the largest font zoom setting it`s too small and hard to read! It can toggle between querty and regular keypad modes but in both modes held upright the keys are - again too small unless you... More
...overhere in NA! No1. Wanted it especially for it's tiny size - which turned out to be too small! Even in the largest font zoom setting it`s too small and hard to read! It can toggle between querty and regular keypad modes but in both modes held upright the keys are - again too small unless you have extremly small fingers - and therefore you`re forced to use it sideways which makes it awkeward to use ! No2. constant problems with the e-mail client (in my case hotmail) that have only been solved with the latest symbian update which brings it up to `Belle`. Solved now with this update. No3. sound quality much worse than the old N2730 bar ph which I still use from time to time when I'm tired of the 'smart ph'-bs! On the plus side: battery life , reception , general feel in your hand , ruggedness , scratchresistant screen (not back cover !) I's obviously aimed at very tiny fingered school girls Less
Cat

Simple, easy to use but definitely not for everyone.

Nokia Lumia 1020

Phone is simple easy to use and figure out. Does all the basics talk, text, email and web browsing. Simple to arrange favourite home screen icons, then add, resize or delete them. Nokia has some great apps exclusive to their phones - please keep up the awesome effort with them. Driving, photo edit... More
Phone is simple easy to use and figure out. Does all the basics talk, text, email and web browsing. Simple to arrange favourite home screen icons, then add, resize or delete them. Nokia has some great apps exclusive to their phones - please keep up the awesome effort with them. Driving, photo editing, maps and a few other entertaining ones depending upon which Nokia phone you choose. Camera is awesome, it does everything I could ever think of and then some things I could never have though of. Pictures are highly editable right on your phone with either Nokia apps or one of the others provided in the store. P.S. If you are an app fiend do not bother - Windows phones do not have a large quantity of apps. Most app developers can not be bothered to release their apps for Windows phones. There are plenty for what I need but you will find many popular ones are not available especially if you are coming from Apple or Android systems. Less
muhyadin mahamed

I like this phone becouse of his programms are needed in my life

Nokia E7

I wish I could Get one of this mobile
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peter

Few thing ruined it

Nokia 225

it has nearly everything i need but alarm volume control. there is only one volume for alarm and that is too loud. i miss also picture control such as rotanion.
it has nearly everything i need but alarm volume control. there is only one volume for alarm and that is too loud. i miss also picture control such as rotanion. Less

I don't love this phone

Nokia 225

Although quite robust trying to pick up voicemail is proving impossible.
Although quite robust trying to pick up voicemail is proving impossible. Less

About Nokia

From the early Cityman 200 model to today’s high-end N-series devices, Nokia has been a major player in the manufacturing of cell phones. Nokia has been making phones for the public since the late 1980’s and is definitely one of the more prolific manufacturers, with its models making up part of the product mix of all major carriers.

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Based in a town just outside of Finland, Nokia is a large multi-national corporation employing over 112,262 people in 120 countries.

Nokia builds for GSM, CDMA and WCDMA. Their products have traditionally been considered durable and on balance have received good to excellent reviews.

Interestingly, Nokia sold over 15 mobile phones with MP3 players, effectively making it the world’s largest producer of digital audio players, out-pacing Apple, Sansa, Creative, et al.

At a 2008 stockholder meeting Nokia made the surprising announcement that the plan to shift their attention to the internet, no longer wanting to be seen as a telephone company. This means their competition will shift as well, from Motorola, HTC, LG to Google, Apple and Microsoft.

Considering that Nokia was formed in 1865, their ability to know where they need to be in the market seems a keen one indeed.


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