Nokia is back with the logo of ‘more customized and more
connected ever.’ Nokia creates memories and nostalgic feeling in almost
everyone. It's finally updated with support for 3G network makes it a world wide
phone. Guess what? You can play legendary snake on the colour screen with
customized theme, you can even choose from the vibrant shades to suit your
style, this is not it.
It's essentiallya£20 feature phone in a shell that sort of- but not quite-looks
like many people’s first phone.The fleeting moment of nostalgia it creates is
shattered when you realise your childhood has been replaced into money spinning
move a marketing department.
Well, there's nothing old in the phone apart from the name and its looks. The
iconic up/down button has been replaced by a tiny by directional pad plus, the
select button that was found below the screen is dismissed in favour of call
,send and end buttons that sit either side of directional pad. The phone is made
out of soft touch plastic and it does feel nice to hold. It feels durable as
before with great battery timing, easy to carry and more cheaper than any other
3G support phones. There's a micro USB charging port ,Yes! It is replaced by
patli pin wala charger and a headphone jack sits on the bottom.
Obviously, the handset doesn't have a touch screen. It does have a colour panel
and all your inputs are via T9 style keyboard.
It is expecting that it will set buyers back by around £60/69 .
What wonderful memories that must evokes, ehhh??