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  1. Nokia Lumia 925 Reivew

    Nokia Windows Phone Lumia 925 Reivew

    Design and build quality

    The Lumia 925 is the first of Nokia's Lumia phones to use metal in its construction, rather than polycarbonate alone. Various rumours before the official unveiling pointed to an all-metal design, but instead, the 925 provides a mixture of both metal and plastic.

    The phone's frame is aluminium, giving a slight nod towards the design of the iPhone 4 -- particularly with the little black lines next to the corners. The back panel is plastic, however, and isn't removable. The whole phone is one sealed unit, much like the Lumia 920. There's no microSD card slot hidden beneath and you can't swap out the battery.

    The use of metal is definitely an interesting addition for the Lumia phones, which have typically boasted colourful plastic bodies. Whether you like this new approach or not is another matter entirely. I'm personally quite keen on the look, but it won't suit everyone. It's a lot more subdued than the brash yellows and reds of other Lumias, making it a safe option for those of you looking for a sensible work phone.

    The downside is that it's less obviously a Nokia phone. I was very fond of the rounded body of the 920 -- and 800 before it. It was immediately recognisable as a Lumia when I saw it in someone's hands on the bus, but the Lumia 925 doesn't stand out in quite the same way. If you've been waiting for a Windows Phones device which will allow you to fit in with your Android mates, it'll suit you well. If you want to make a real statement with your phone, go find yourself a 920 in red or bright yellow -- you'll certainly turn more heads.

    The matte, white plastic back of my review model is also an absolute magnet for any dirt and grime in your pockets. That's particularly important if you've recently got a pair of blue jeans as the dye from the material will soon be covering the back of your swanky new mobile. It's possible to clean it up of course, but that's likely to become a drag after a while. If you're really concerned about it always looking spick and span, you might want to opt for the black model -- it won't show the dirt quite as much.

    Metal is understandably considered a more luxurious material than plastic, but I'm not sure it really shows on the 925. It's not that the 925 doesn't feel expensive -- it definitely does -- but the solid, rounded build of the 920 felt equally so. I have no worries about the build quality and longevity of the 925 -- the display is made from toughened Gorilla Glass 2 and the plastic back offers absolutely no flex.

    Gorilla Glass 2 is toughened to withstand small attacks from keys in your pocket, but it's not impervious to all scratches. I found this out first hand when sliding the phone across the table to show it to my colleague Luke Westaway. I picked it up to find several quite unpleasant scratches across the display. I can't hold this against the 925 as the same will happen to most phones, but it's a valuable lesson to bear in mind if you don't fancy investing in a case or screen protector.

    Where it really trumps the 920 though is in its physical size. Both phones pack 4.5-inch displays and are roughly similar in terms of dimensions, the exception being that the 925 is slimmer and much lighter. It weighs 139g which is a big step down from the 185g of the 920. It might not seem like a lot, but it's extremely noticeable when you hold both in your hands. The 925 is much less weighty when tucked in your jacket pocket, and is considerably more comfortable to hold up for a while if you're watching Netflix.

    Around the sides you'll find a micro-USB port for charging and data transfer and a 3.2mm headphone jack. 16GB of storage is provided as standard, with a 32GB model being exclusive to Vodafone for now. There's no expandable memory, so you'll want to keep a fairly close eye on how many big videos you're storing on the phone.

    There are three little metal contact points on the back. These connect to a case that gives the 925 wireless charging when used with one of the Nokia charging pads. Wireless charging was built into the 920, meaning you didn't have to spoil the nice look of your phone with a case. It's slightly annoying then that it's not built into the 925, but it's an acceptable compromise in order to make the phone slimmer and lighter.

    Display

    The 925's 4.5-inch display has a 1,280x768-pixel resolution, giving it a pixel density of 334ppi. That's the same size and resolution as the 920, so it's perhaps a bit of a shame that Nokia hasn't seen fit to boost the pixel count. It would certainly help differentiate the 925 as a flagship mobile.

    Still, it's far from lacking in pixels as it is. The Windows Phone interface looks incredibly crisp, with no fuzziness around the tiles. Small text on Web pages is perfectly comfortable to read for long periods and high-resolution photos look great. More pixels might help it play specs Top Trumps against the Full HD Galaxy S4, but I'm not sure it would really make much difference in everyday use.

    It has the same Clearblack screen technology from the 920 too. It makes black levels very deep, resulting in lusciously rich colours and satisfying contrast. The colourful Windows Phone tiles look gloriously vivid and it helps make Netflix movies and YouTube clips look great.

    If you find it a bit too rich for your retinas, jump into the settings menu. In there, you're able to change the brightness, colour temperature and saturation of the screen.

    Nokia's also boosted the sensitivity of the screen, allowing you to swipe around while wearing gloves, using a fingernail, or in fact by using any conductive metal. I was actually able to navigate the phone using the metal back of an HTC One.

    Windows Phone software

    Like all of the Lumia range, the 925 is running Windows Phone, Microsoft's own operating system for phones. If you're only familiar with iOS or Android, then Windows Phone, will come as quite a surprise.

    The homescreen is made of various bright, colourful tiles, each showing live information. You can resize them and move them around to customise it to the way that suits you best. Any apps you don't want to give pride of place on the homescreen will be put into an alphabetical list of apps, found when you swipe to the right.

    Once you learn a few of the little tricks -- like pressing and holding the back arrow to show the multi-tasking screen -- Windows Phone is pretty easy to use.

    My favourite aspects are the People and Me hubs. They link together your Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin accounts, as well as your contacts' phone numbers and email addresses, allowing you to see all updates in one place, and post to your own networks without having to switch between different apps.

    You can also create groups of people that allow you to easily send group texts or emails. The social butterflies among you will appreciate the speed at which you can send out quick invites to meet at the pub after work.

    While Windows Phone is a refreshing change from the slew of Android or iOS phones you'll see cluttering the streets, it's far from perfect. The main issue continues to be the lack of big name apps in the app store. Although there are now 140,000 apps in total, including gems like Netflix and Spotify, many popular apps like Snapseed, Instagram or games like Real Racing 3 are nowhere to be found.

    Windows Phone is also typically the last to be treated to new titles. Spotify has only recently been added to the catalogue, as has Temple Run, just after Temple Run 2 was launched on Android and iOS. If you're an app addict and can't wait to compare scores of your favourite new game with your mates, you'll be better off shopping elsewhere.

    Nokia extras

    To help plug some of the gaps in the app store, Nokia includes a healthy selection of its own software. They mostly revolve around Nokia's maps -- now called HERE Maps, providing local information about nearby businesses and places of interests.

    Fire up the maps app and you'll be able to immediately see nearby restaurants, bars and similar. The City Lens app has been built directly into maps too. Lift the phone up as though you're using the camera and you'll see all businesses scattered around you in an augmented reality view. You can then simply walk towards the one you want to go to.

    Clicking on a business name will bring up contact details, images and user reviews, if they're available.

    Nokia Drive uses the same maps software, but provides turn by turn satellite navigation for use in your car. It shows a ground level view, together with 3D landmarks, with your route stretching forwards, exactly as you'd expect from your dedicated in-car sat nav.

    The roads information is highly detailed and you can download maps to the phone, so you don't need to worry about your connection dropping out. Considering the TomTom app for iOS costs upwards of £40, it's genuinely a great extra for Nokia users to get for free.

    Other Nokia additions include the transit app that gives live departures of local buses and trains and Nokia Music, which lets you listen to music playlists by genre, for free, without ads and with the ability to sync them to your phone for offline playback.

    Processor and performance

    The phone is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, which is identical to the processor found inside the Lumia 920. Those of you still playing the smart phone numbers game will be disappointed that Nokia hasn't given it a boost to compare more favourably with the slew of quad-core phones like the HTC One or Sony Xperia Z.

    For the most part though, the 925 doesn't really need anything that powerful. Swiping around the interface is extremely smooth and responsive and switching between open apps in the multitasking window is free of any delay.

    It handled video streaming using BBC iPlayer and Netflix perfectly well and doesn't bat an eyelid with mobile games like Fruit Ninja and Angry Birds. How well it will cope with demanding games like Real Racing 3is a moot point, as very few are available on the Windows Phone store. The 925 fares well with anything you're able to throw at it from the selection available.

    It did seem more sluggish when using some of the camera software though. Nokia has bundled various camera tools, called 'Lenses' with the phone. I'll elaborate on what these do later, but I found that firing them up and switching between them was subject to quite a few delays. Whether that's a problem with the processor or the software isn't clear, but I can't help thinking that a more burly processor would handle the task better.

    Camera

    At the launch, Nokia spent a great deal of time boasting about the 925's camera skills. It actually contains the same 8.7-megapixel sensor found in the 920, which again won't help you win any spec wars against the other smart phone big boys. Nokia has shoved in an extra glass element in the lens which it reckons makes images more defined.

    I haven't been able to do a truly exhaustive camera test, but my shots for the review so far have certainly been impressive. The delightful grey skies above London's St Paul's Cathedral were captured well, with good exposure overall. There's not much difference between the 925 and the 920 (shown below), but at full screen, the 925 does seem to have a slight edge in clarity.

    Both cameras did a great job capturing the close up detail on this tree bark, with great depth of field in the background. It's very difficult to really see much improvement on the 925, but that's because the 920's was a great shot to begin with.

    It's in low-light situations that the Lumias really shine though. The 920 roundly whooped the proverbial of all top-end smart phones in my recent low-light test, so the 925 has a lot to live up to. Thankfully then, it performed incredibly well. My test scene was extremely dimly lit, but you wouldn't be able to tell from the 925's shot. It's bright, evenly exposed and with very natural white balance.

    The 920 did a decent job of exposing too, but it was very heavy handed with the auto white balance, giving a reddish hue to the scene. The HTC One meanwhile produced a darker scene, with much lower quality than either of the Lumias. The 925 is more susceptible to hand shake in low-light scenes, but so long as you set your shot up properly, it can deliver some superb results.

    Nokia has also bundled the 925 with its new Smart Cam software. It takes 10 pictures in a burst mode, allowing you to edit them in a number of ways. It can track a moving object across the scene to either edit it out completely -- removing a 'photobomber' -- or turn the moving figure into an action sequence photo, shown below.

    The photo stitching isn't as smooth as the shots I've seen from the HTC One's Zoe cam, but it looks pretty cool nonetheless. Furthermore, the 925 allows for greater control over which of the 10 shots are included and allows you to fade some of them out, giving more emphasis to your favourite part of the action.

    The 925 really seems like it's capable of some impressive shots, but I'll be taking a closer look over the coming weeks. Bear in mind though that if photography is of crucial importance, you might want to keep hold of your cash. Nokia is almost certainly working on a proper PureView Lumia, pairing the ridiculous 41-megapixel sensor from the 808 with Windows Phone software.

    Battery

    No smart phone's battery ever really impresses, but I found the 920's to certainly be among the better efforts. Nokia quotes just under 13 hours of 3G talk time from the 925, which is similarly satisfying -- but as always, that really depends on how you use the phone.

    In my early tests, I found the battery to drop quite quickly. I was using the phone heavily, streaming video and downloading apps, with the screen at maximum brightness. After being unplugged in the morning, it would be just over half gone by the afternoon. This is something of a 'worse-case scenario' test, so you'll find it much better with careful use.

    Avoid streaming video when you're away from a plug and keep the screen brightness to a lower level -- or on auto-mode. You shouldn't struggle to get a day of use out of the phone which isn't at all bad, but you'll still want to put it on charge each night.

    I haven't been able to perform my proper battery drain tests on the phone, so I won't give a final conclusion about how it stacks up against other phones. I'll be updating this review over the coming weeks with further tests, so keep your eyes peeled.

    Conclusion

    Nokia has taken much of the key hardware from the Lumia 920 and wrapped it up inside a slimmer, lighter and arguably more luxurious body. The addition of the glass lens makes an already superb camera even better. Sure, the screen isn't Full HD and the dual-core processor won't impress Galaxy S4 owners, but you're unlikely to notice this in everyday use.

    The main drawback is still the lack of good new apps in the Windows Phone app store, but otherwise, the 925 is a brilliant phone. If you're after a truly brilliant camera though, you might want to hold onto your money just in case Nokia launches the much-rumoured Lumia EOS.

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  2. Nokia X3-02 Touch Review

    Beautifully designed, sleek and stylish, the Nokia X3-02 Touch is one of the best mobile phones on the market. It offers the user a keypad integrated seamlessly with its large visual screen, and all the features you expect from today's mobile phones at a fraction of the cost of more expensive models. Shortcut keys make navigating easy, and of course the Nokia name means durability.

    Nokia X3-02 Touch Specifications

    • Condition: Brand New
    • Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 850 / 2100, HSDPA 900 / 2100
    • Network Lock: Unlocked
    • Network Branding: Unbranded
    • Weight: 77.4g
    • Dimensions: 106.2 x 48.4 x 9.6 mm
    • Handset Type: Classic
    • Camera: 5.0 MP
    • Bluetooth: Yes, V2.1 with A2DP
    • Internal Memory: 50MB
    • Card Slot: Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD
    • Operating System: Symbian S40
    • Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi
    • Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer


    Nokia X3-02 Touch Best Features

    When you think Nokia, you think durability and longevity when it comes to mobile phones. The Nokia X3-02 Touch is designed to be tough and strong and to stand up to all the punishments you may deal out to mobile phones. Shortcut keys let you get to music apps or messaging instantly so there is no fumbling through the screen. You can also chat using a number of messenger programs including Windows Messenger and Google Talk.

    The Wi-Fi connection allows you instant access to the web, and the picture features allows you to send multimedia through email just as you would from your computer. The 5 megapixel camera allows you to snap photos quickly and easily and without carrying around an extra device. You can also easily purchase more apps through the Ovi store. To purchase your new Nokia X3-02 Touch, visit MobileCiti. They have the best phones and the best accessories for the lowest prices, and they ship to anywhere in Australia so you know you'll get your phone quickly and easily.

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  3. Nokia E5 Review

    The Nokia E5 keeps you in touch with friends, family and co-workers effortlessly and seamlessly, and makes posting to social networks and surfing the internet just as quick and simple. It also has a sleek and modern look that you'll be proud to show off. The Nokia name means quality with mobile phones, and the Nokia E5 is no exception.

    Nokia E5 Specifications

    • Condition: Brand New
    • Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 900 / 2100
    • Network Lock: Unlocked
    • Network Branding: Unbranded
    • Weight: 126g
    • Dimensions: 115 x 58.9 x 12.8 mm
    • Handset Type: Classic
    • Camera: 5.0 MP
    • Bluetooth: Yes, V2.0 with A2DP
    • Internal Memory: 250MB
    • Card Slot: Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD
    • Operating System: Symbian S60
    • Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Qwerty Keyboard, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi
    • Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer


    Nokia E5 Best Features

    One of the best features of the Nokia E5 is the full QWERTY keyboard, making it easy to compose messages and emails. You also have up to 32GB of expandable memory so you can easily store all the photos, MP3 files, and other data you need.

    The Nokia E5 allows you to easily access up to ten email accounts, including Yahoo, Gmail, and Hotmail. This means staying in touch with friends, family and co-workers in whatever way is easiest for you.

    Sleek styling is also the order of the day for the Nokia E5, one of the best looking mobile phones on the market. It is slim and sleek with a stainless steel body that makes it something you'll want to show off to friends and co-workers.

    With the QuickOffice application, you can easily read and edit Word and Excel documents, making work easy no matter your location. Imagine being able to chat with co-workers and get your work done when at the beach or right from home. To get everything you need from your Nokia E5, shop MobileCiti for the best prices and fastest delivery.

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  4. Nokia X5 Review

    When you want a new cell phone, don't settle for one that does nothing more than allow you to talk to friends and family. A good Nokia X5 review will tell you why this is the model for you; its features include a 2.36" landscape display to make media easier to see. Its 5 megapixel camera means capturing photos at a moment's notice, and the 3.5G Wi-Fi will allow you to share those pictures with anyone and everyone.

    Other specifications of the Nokia X5 include a slide handset for added security, and an unlocked network for the most use and versatility. This means you can choose any carrier in Australia quickly and easily.

    Nokia X5 Features

    • Condition: Brand New
    • Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 900 / 2100
    • Network Lock: Unlocked
    • Network Branding: Unbranded
    • Weight: 129g
    • Dimensions: 74.3 x 66.4 x 16.9 mm
    • Handset Type: Slide
    • Camera: 5.0 MP
    • Bluetooth: Yes, V2.1 with A2DP
    • Internal Memory: 200MB
    • Card Slot: Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD
    • Operating System: Symbian S60
    • Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Qwerty Keyboard, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi
    • Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

    To find the best deal on a Nokia X5, shop online at Mobileciti. You'll find the best prices and the easiest way to compare when you choose a Nokia X5 review from Mobileciti. Reading other user comments will help you to decide if this is the phone you need with the features you want. You can also rest assured that you get the best prices when you shop Mobileciti as they always offer the best deals on the phones and accessories you need online.

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  5. Nokia C5 Review

    Looking for a stylish phone that is sleek and attractive but still durable and with all the features you expect from a mobile device? Read any Nokia C5 review and you'll understand why it's one of the first choices for those in Australia looking for the best features and specifications at an affordable price.

    Some of the most popular specifications and features of the Nokia C5 include its 2.2" screen that makes viewing any media easy and enjoyable. It also has a built-in MP3 player so you don't need to carry two devices in order to enjoy music while on the road. Its 3.2 megapixel camera also makes pictures crystal clear, and you can easily upload them to Facebook or any email platform to share them with friends and family.

    Nokia C5 Features

    • Condition: Brand New
    • Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 900 / 2100
    • Network Lock: Unlocked
    • Network Branding: Unbranded
    • Weight: 89.3g
    • Dimensions: 112 x 46 x 12.3 mm
    • Handset Type: Classic
    • Camera: 5.0 MP
    • Bluetooth: Yes, V2.0 with A2DP
    • Internal Memory: 50MB
    • Card Slot: Yes. Up to
    • Operating System: Symbian S60
    • Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Secondary Camera, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera
    • Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

    Shop Mobileciti online when you're ready for a full Nokia C5 review and to find the best deals and prices. At Mobileciti you get the lowest prices and the best service in all of Australia and an easily compare prices and options on all mobile phones to ensure you get the best choice for you. It's also easy to compare a Nokia C5 review when you shop Mobileciti so you know you can trust the brand and the quality.

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  6. Nokia C6 Review

    Fast and easy access to email, web browsing, and everything else you need to stay in touch is yours with the Nokia C6. Its features include a wide 3.2" touch screen that is easy to use and easy to see. The fast and reliable 3G network will keep you connected in any Wi-Fi hotspot, and you get instant access to Hotmail, Yahoo mail, and many other programs that keep you in touch.

    Some 16GB of expandable memory will mean keeping all your files stored away and ready to share or for use. The full QWERTY keyboard allows for easy typing, and the Nokia C6 specifications also include an unlocked network so you can use your phone as it suits you best.

    Nokia C6 Features

    • Condition: Brand New
    • Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 900 / 2100
    • Network Lock: Unlocked
    • Network Branding: Unbranded
    • Weight: 150g
    • Dimensions: 113 x 53 x 16.8 mm
    • Handset Type: Slide
    • Camera: 5.0 MP
    • Bluetooth: Yes, V2.0 with A2DP
    • Internal Memory: 240MB
    • Card Slot: Yes. Up to 16 MicroSD
    • Operating System: Symbian S60
    • Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Qwerty Keyboard, Secondary Camera, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi
    • Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

    When you're ready to shop for a new Nokia C6, shop Mobileciti online. This will mean being able to note all these features and specifications and reading the Nokia C6 reviews that help you decide if this is the right phone for you. Nokia is one of the best selling brands in Australia, and with good reason. Their phones are fast and reliable and offer everything you need including MP3 player and built-in camera, which is why so many choose the Nokia C6 and you should too!

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  7. Nokia C7 Review

    There may be no other mobile phone on the market that is as sleek as the Nokia C7. Made of steel and glass, the industrial look of the Nokia C7 is certainly modern and cool. This phone has many features including a gorgeous 3.5 inch display which is high resolution. Compatible with social media like Facebook and Twitter, when you use the Nokia C7, you will always be connected to those you need to be in contact with from friends and family to co-workers and professional associates.

    Nokia C7 Specifications

    Condition: Brand New

    Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 850 / 2100, HSDPA 900 / 2100

    Network Lock: Unlocked

    Network Branding: Unbranded

    Weight: 130g

    Dimensions: 117.3 x 56.8 x 10.5 mm

    Handset Type: Touch Screen

    Camera: 8.0 MP

    Bluetooth: Yes, V3.0 with A2DP

    Internal Memory: 8GB

    Card Slot: Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD

    Operating System: Symbian^ 3

    Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Secondary Camera, Speakerphone, TV Out, USB, Video Camera, WiFi

    Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

    Nokia C7 Best Features

    There are many great features of the Nokia C7 including the wonderful maps this phone has. If you are a person who is out and about or always on the go, the Ovi Maps feature of this phone will get you from point A to point B in a flash. For those who may not be concerned about maps on their phone, there are many other features of the Nokia C7 that will make your life easier.

    This phone has an 8 megapixel camera, the ability to watch all your favourite television with Web TV and will also allow you to listen to your favourite radio stations in the car as it has a built in FM transmitter. This phone also uses the Symbian 3 operating system which will give you more control of your experience. You will love all of the wonderful features of this mobile phone. The Nokia C7 is available right now, in stock at MobileCiti and is ready to be ordered online and shipped to you as soon as payment is received.

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  8. Nokia 5800 Review

    The Nokia 5800 - Highly sophisticated for it’s minimal price!

    Want to enter the smart phone era, smartly? The Nokia 5800 is a great first smart phone boasting a multitude of features, multimedia capabilities and apps, without a hefty price tag. Available right now in Australia, unlocked and ready to go, the Nokia 5800 offers style, sophistication and lots of fun. Perfect for a first time smart phone user, teenagers and music lovers, the specifications and price will surely impress!

    Condition: Brand New

    Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 900 / 2100

    Network Lock: Unlocked

    Network Branding: Unbranded

    Weight: 109g

    Dimensions: 111 x 51.7 x 15.5 mm

    Handset Type: Touch Screen

    Camera: 3.0 MP

    Bluetooth: Yes, V2.0 with A2DP

    Internal Memory: 81MB

    Card Slot: Yes. Up to 16GB MicroSD

    Operating System: Symbian S60

    Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Secondary Camera, Speakerphone, TV Out, USB, Video Camera, WiFi

    Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

    Music lovers love the Nokia 5800!

    With capabilities to store up to 35 hours of music on its advanced multi-format player, a 4GB microSD card inside with the option of inserting a mircoSD up to 16GB, the Nokia 5800 is perfect for those looking to combine their mobile phone and MP3 player in the one device.

    In addition to great music storage and playback capabilities, the Nokia 5800 has a great 3.0Mp camera with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, 3 x digital zoom, and dual LED flash to ensure all your photos and videos turn out crisp and clear.

    Operating on the Symbian S60 platform, the Nokia 5800 also offers high speed access to web, music, video and apps. It’s powerful 3.5G HSDPA and WLAN connections ensure you have ultra-fast downloading and Internet service for optimal convenience.

    Get your hands on the Nokia 5800 yourself today and enjoy it’s simplicity, speed, value and convenience for yourself!

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  9. Nokia 2690 Review

    Why pay to replace phone after phone when you can invest in a phone that lasts? The Nokia brand name means durability and quality, and the Nokia 2690 is the last phone you'll ever need to own. It also offers all the basic features you need to keep in touch with friends and family.

    Nokia 2690 Best Features

    With the Nokia 2690, you can easily add memory to your phone to take your favourite photos and music with you wherever you go. With the built-in FM radio, you can stay entertained during your morning commute or anyplace else, without having to fumble with an additional music player. The video recorder allows you to capture and share moving pictures at the touch of a button, and internet access means staying in touch with friends and family or checking your email during that dreaded traffic jam.

    With MMS messaging, you can instantly share those photos and videos with others, and use the web browsing feature to access your favourite social media sites to stay in touch.

    One of the best features of the Nokia line of phones would be the durability of their design. The Nokia name means durability and means a phone that will last no matter the extent of the abuse you heap upon it. Buying new phones every year or every few months because your slim designs have broken or chipped should be unnecessary, and with a Nokia 2690, you may never need to buy a new phone again. For those who are especially rough with their phones, or when you're buying a basic mobile phone for a teenager and know he or she will be using it constantly, this is an important feature to consider. Your Nokia 2690 may very well outlast all those new phones your friends purchase, and it will give you all the features you need for staying in touch.

    Nokia 2690 Specifications

    Condition: Brand New

    Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900

    Network Lock: Unlocked

    Network Branding: Unbranded

    Weight: 80.7g

    Dimensions: 107.5 x 45.5 x 13.8 mm

    Handset Type: Classic

    Camera: VGA

    Bluetooth: Yes, V2.0 with A2DP

    Internal Memory: No

    Card Slot: Yes. Up to 8GB MicroSD

    Operating System: Symbian S40

    Features: Email, FM Radio, GPRS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Speakerphone, Video Camera

    Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

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  10. Nokia 1800 Review

    When you need a durable phone that offers the best call clarity and a wide variety of features, but also need a phone that lasts and that will stand up to the toughest of tests, you need the Nokia 1800. It's durable and tough and ready to face the challenge of being your favourite mobile phone!

    Nokia 1800 Best Features

    The Nokia 1800 is a basic mobile phone that offers you everything you need to stay in touch with family and friends, and so much more. Its built-in FM radio lets you listen to your favourite station no matter where you're at, and you don't need to fumble with an additional headset or speaker system to have your music with you all day, every day. Its built-in flashlight can be very convenient and even keep you safe when returning to your car at the end of the day or when out jogging in the evening. You don't need to carry anything additional with you when you have your phone, your music, and your flashlight to light the way.

    The best feature of the Nokia line of phones however is typically its durability. You can drop the phone over and over again and hardly get a scratch, and it’s tough durable shell makes it a perfect choice for those who are especially rough with their phones, such as when you have children or pets in the home who mistake your phone for a toy! Replacing your phone can be very expensive, and many slim models look sleek but don't last. Phone owners often spend hundreds of unnecessarily dollars every year replacing fragile, delicate phones that offer little more than a fancy design. If you need a phone that lasts and that you won't need to replace constantly, you must try the Nokia 1800.

    Nokia 1800 Specifications

    Condition: Brand New

    Network Support: GSM 900 / 1800

    Network Lock: Unlocked

    Network Branding: Unbranded

    Weight: 78.5g

    Dimensions: 107 x 45 x 15.3 mm

    Handset Type: Classic

    Camera: No

    Bluetooth: No

    Internal Memory: No

    Card Slot: No

    Operating System: Other

    Features: FM Radio, Speakerphone

    Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer

    Nokia 1800

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