keypad, 29 Feb 2012is keypad large ok??, hows it for us medium/large fingers.Hope its better than Asha300 feel plasticky, still why no 3G :(((
once again another dual sim nokia phone with no flash light and no doubt the the text will be too small to read . i find people who buy classic phones are those who are older and don't like change. not taking into consideration of deterioration of eye sight .
Nice phone ! i saw its picture.. its easy to insert sim card without removing battery. I hope that its dual sim and dual standby too and its great if it can support multi-lingual like Nokia 101. Thank you to Nokia very much for releasing this dual sim handset.
just imagine, a phone without navigation button(physical), really sucks. nokia should have included that navigation button. that's a necessity
Nokia Company Plz Launch This Mobile As Soon As Possible..........Urgently Launch This Modal plzzzzzzz
Cellphones are like people, they're different from each other. Don't try to compare one from another if your purpose of comparing is just to criticize. One cellphone is distinct and unique from the other. They are made to accommodate all sorts of people depending on their status in the society. Cellphones for the poor and cellphones for those in the higher level.
AnonD-1312, 27 Feb 2012why do you need a trackpad if its a touchscreen?The touch-screen is 2.4 inches, and resistive (and no capacitive) : that means too small screen for touch with any normal-sized finger, and insensitive touch-screen ( resistive screen means - the screen is not very responsive to touch with any normal finger, and a stylus is needed to press the screen everytime). So when a person is far away from his/her home, he/she can able to use alpha-numeric keypad with ease. And obviously a D-pad or optical trackpad is required to assist the alpha-numeric keypad.
It's very nice phone...
Nice look...dual sum...i want purchase this phone...i think it's prize around 4000 to 45000...