In the middle of all quad and dual cores... A humble phone... Atleast someone is thinking that there are people not bothered about cores, megapixels, LTE. Exactly the reason Nokia is never gonna die....
swaggaTech, 10 Apr 2012A nation with latent technological grace gets this for a launch. A big slap on the face of und... moreAm a former nokia user and can really tell you am satisfied using Android and Iphone. Nokia N97 wasted my money, dashed my expectations and disappointed me in all features. Bro you been sleeping berra go for a GS1 or GS2. Great devices available from Slot Ikeja.
A nation with latent technological grace gets this for a launch. A big slap on the face of underground mobile tech savvy people of Nigeria. A nation among the top Ten internet users in the world.
Am disappointed in Nokia. No N9 launch. No Lumia 800, 710 launch. Thank you, we have Tecno doing well with dual sim, voice clarity, and java support. Android and BB are the only top smartphones now. Thanks Nokia.
I want one, please...
This phone will replace my lumia 800
I bet the battery is way better than lumia 800
Great idea however i would have made the buttons bigger. A phone that cheap would be great for oldies.
Great device. This is like breathing fresh air when swimming among iPhones and Androids! I bet it won't need updates and bugfixes!
Im using nokia 1280 as my secondary phone from 1 year... Its really hardy phone n i m sure it wont die for another 3 years :-)
is this the same as NOKIA 1280 which was released last March 2010? here it is... http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_1280-3008.php
Nice to see that some developers still have a thought for the 'lower' end of the market.
Almost a months stand by is pretty good!
Given the intended market, a solar cell back do sound like an obvious idea, but that would of course increase the price, but they could skip the standard charger, thus save a bit there.
This better cost less than N2500 in nigeria otherwise it wont sell, the reason is because china phones goes for as low as N3000 in nigeria.