Individuals who want to recycle their old phone so they can purchase a smartphone may like to consider a Nokia X3.
A review on PC Advisor stated the handset has a “bold design statement” with sharp corners that help to give it an “edgy look”.
The device has a metal keypad that slides out and the phone comes pre-loaded with a number of apps.
Mobile users who like to use their handset to navigate will be able to make use of Nokia Maps, which allows users to plan their journeys and browse a range of maps on the internet.
The review author noted the Nokia X3’s battery lasted for well over a day.
And the X3 also has a 3.2 megapixel camera that is able to capture video content and a jack for headphones, along with a microUSB port.
The Nokia Conversations blog recently stated there are a number of new apps available for Nokia mobiles.
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Posted by Paul Whalley