Anonymous, 26 Oct 2011hey! i just bot des phoen reading ya comments, des phone does not support watsapp. It does i have been chattin wid watsapp on nokia C3.
hey! i just bot des phoen reading ya comments, des phone does not support watsapp.
I was a very proud owner of a sony ericsson W20..but within the first year itself it needed to go into service 4 times!! n when it went out of the guarantee period, i had to pay a hefty amount.. i am very disappointed as it the first phone i purchased with my hard earned money! so i decided to go for a qwerty phone which wud not burn a hole in my pocket.. Please tell me if there is any reason I should NOT buy this phone?
My first GSM phone was a Nokia. First time I learned how to text, put a wallpaper, put ringtones, or play games (Snake II) was from a Nokia phone. First phone I owned that had color screen was from a Nokia. My first smartphone that had Xenon and a music player was from Nokia. Nokia is like that first girlfriend you had and who you will never forget. This is similar to how I feel about Nintendo. They didn't invent video games, but their NES saved the industry from Atari's own failures. Without NES, modern gaming with detailed levels wouldn't exist like it is today.
No matter if I think Nokia and Nintendo got complacent and milked on the same ol' same ol' offerings, I still have a special place in my heart for both of them. Got to respect history, Companies like Apple and Google are just building on the backs and shoulders from the pioneers of yesteryear. There wouldn't be a Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, or Dwyane Wade without a Michael Jordan that existed before them. There wouldn't be an Apple today without IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Sony that came before them.
There is a reason why Nokia has been #1 in volume sales since 1998 and it isn't solely on catering to third world countries with cheap phones. There was a time when they made really, really great phones. Feature-packed. We wouldn't have 3G without them. The N91 had one of the best audio quality ever for a phone and the N82 was a legendary classic cameraphone with N95 features that surpassed even Sony Ericsson's offerings. If Apple and Nokia had a bake-off with computers, I would obviously pick Apple. They know how to make computers the best, IMHO. iOS is a stripped down Mac OS X. And that's why Nokia is failing because our phones are becoming like computers. But based simply at making a phone, I'd pick Nokia over Apple since that is their forte (telecommunications) for decades now.
All Nokia had to do was release this OS even last year! Android hadn't really took off since last year and were still fairly niche in 2009. Then we wouldn't be talking about a tragic beauty from the N9. We would instead be talking more about Nokia's comeback story... "The Return Of The King"
outer panel is very worst quality. the panel came out automatically while using couple of months. please take action for panel nokia care center don't respect for this problem
Hey guys, does this phone really supports AVI format? . this feature is only available on high end handsets. if it really supports AVI its really cool
For the price you pay, you get good enough quality. I've been using it for almost a year and I'm impressed. It holds no record for web surfing and multitasking but it rates well for relaxed web surfing. The QWERTY keypad is a boon for text input rather than the normal numerical keypads. It just depends on what you really demand. If you need more speed plus multitasking, then avoid the C3-00 and fork out more money for a serious smartphone.
almost boring mobile..............good thing is standard keypad nothing else.....