Nevin Joseph, 04 Nov 2009What's da point? even if it is utterly cheap, nobody's gonna buy it. Today everyone can afford... moreI have usually 2-3 phones. And every phone has different role. If im going to pub to drink, i wont take N900 with me for example but cheap phone like this. And IF i happen to lose it or break while drunk, i have nothing to regret later. And this particular one has very nice specs for low end.
This is actually a good phone for the elderly.
To have a little camera phone with a functional music player to play music from their time and looks good at the same time.
Now a days it seems nobody really cares about all segments of the society. They are all going fof the youth.
As far as pricing is concerned I think a person who pays 3700/- for a phone would rather save 400 bucks than opt for a better camera because all most people do with their photos is to view it on the phone it self. Not many prints the pics taken from the phone and that is where the difference between a VGA and a 2 Mp or 8 Mp camera is seen.
But I still think Nokia can bring the price a little more down. This will happen probably in time.
Its Rs.3700, if you can spend Rs.400 more you can buy 2700 with 2MP camera.
micro sd up to 8GB, very unusual for low end, this is actually not bad
Nevin Joseph, 04 Nov 2009What's da point? even if it is utterly cheap, nobody's gonna buy it. Today everyone can afford... more@Nevin
To say that everyone can afford phones that are better and more expensive than this is the most ridiculous and ignorant post I've ever read on here.
Nokia are the market leaders because of phones just like this - cheap, robust models that sell by the tens of thousands, particularly in developing nations. Maybe you can offord something a little better than this, but not everybody is as fortunate.
there's always people who don't care about technology or doesn't know how to use it
B K, 04 Nov 2009Useless....What's da point? even if it is utterly cheap, nobody's gonna buy it. Today everyone can afford phones twice as better by paying a little extra.