'Very cheap, dust and splash resistant, very long battery life'
'Mammoth battery life'
'Nokia 105 is cheap enough to buy'
'Extremely loud, Large buttons'
'Good for hearing impared'
'Access to Web-based e-mail'
'Comfortable QWERTY keyboard'
'Good call quality'
'modest 2-inch QVGA display'
'Stylish design • HSDPA and Wi-Fi • Good battery life • Integrated e-mail, Web and document browsing.'
'Great Business Phone.'
'Nokia tried to prize this Jurassic (OK, 2001) phone from their gnarled fingers with the simple and clean E50, but with limited success.'
'A small screen'
'Toughest phone available'
'The battery life is truly unbelievable'
'As rugged as they come, undoubtedly one of the the toughest tough-phones around.'
'Good voice calling'
'Fully packed with features'
'Media player practically non-existent.'
'It's light, too, at just 89.3g and with dimensions of 112 x 46 x 12.3mm, it's slim as well.'
'This relatively inexpensive mobile phone won't appeal to business users or those who are interested in the latest and greatest touchscreen smartphones, but its updated phonebook, free turn-by-turn navigation and access to Nokia's Ovi application store mean that the Nokia C5 offers decent value. '
'otherwise attractive mobile phone'
'It isn’t the smartest phone on the block by a considerable margin, it is awkward to use as a mobile, and it doesn’t even tell the time as well as any number of ordinary wristwatches. '
'Though we appreciate the design constraints, it will be too large for many users, especially those with small wrists.'
'The GD910 is an excellent technological showcase to show us how far miniaturization has gone.'