kininam, 28 Sep 2010WHAT?! This cheap phone had a review first before the Sony Ericsson Spiro!!! omg gsmarena, hea... moreCalm down, mate. It's not eve3ry day that GSMArena reviews an ultra low-end phone, and has a reason to review this one. It's the first Nokia dual SIM phone. The Spiro is cool, but has nothing to make it stand out of the crowd.
WHAT?! This cheap phone had a review first before the Sony Ericsson Spiro!!! omg gsmarena, hear my prayers!
I like it, it seems to be made for people in developing markets, for someone who would need a flashlight in the night(maybe where the power grid is unreliable), dual-sim for people who don't want (can't afford) two phones but got (want) two numbers and totally affordable for everyone. Nokia will sell at least 100 million of these babies. I think a lot of market study was done in order to draw up the most important features their customers are looking for and put it all in this very cheap piece of plastic. Nice going Nokia!
Me again... sory... Where I said WX295 I meant WX290 (the candy-bar model).
Also, a Nokia C1-01 review or a dual C1-01 vs WX295 review would be great, so we can compare ultra-low end handstest with cameras and card slots (which can serve as music phones, even if they are not music-centric)
Well, it was about time GSMArena reviewed an ultra-low-end device again.
My ex wants to buy a Motorola WX295, which is the cheapest music phone in my country (Argentina). I think such an inexpensive budget music phone (it even has a camnera, even if it's a shitty one) deserves a review.
Again, thanks for remembering there is people in a too tight budget.
It's a basic phone for people who want a simple, no extras device.
It's also ideal for people like "yeah" with a single brain cell.
I wanted dual support standby for both sims not one at a time any way I'll pass on this one.