'Best Budget Mobile Phone'
'In terms of build quality, the C3 feels really solid and Nokia has done well in putting together the phone with just the right amount of metal and plastic.'
'poor viewing angle'
'Lacklustre call performance.'
'As a result we could never really find a sweet spot where readability was acceptable.'
'terrible viewing angles'
'Its latest is the X3 Touch and Type mobile phone, curiously combining a basic touchscreen with a regular numeric keypad; to surprisingly good effect.'
'Simple design with easy-to-use controls'
'This phone is usable by a lay man too and it’s not at all confusing.'
'This is a thin, stylish phone supports text messaging, instant messaging, web browsing, and email.'
'mobile DualBand innovative design'
'helpful "Good phone'
'smooth back design'
'The only downside of the design is the stiff numeric keypad.'
'basic slim but still sleek design'
'average flip phone'
'For folks not comfortable with smaller phones, this can be a plus.'
'Looking at the 6555, you notice that it's a very elegant clamshell phone.'
'The UI of Nokia 6555 is identical.'
'internal display is equally disappointing.'
'This quad band GSM/EDGE device is packaged in a sleek clamshell form and is designed for everyday use.'
'It can only store unknown phone book entries.'
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