All Nokia mobile phones

We round-up all Nokia mobile phones currently available in Australia

We round-up all Nokia mobile phones currently available in Australia, headed by the flagship, Symbian-powered Nokia N8.

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Nokia X6

The X6 brings the first capacitive touchscreen on a Nokia smartphone, but this handset is ultimately let down by questionable build quality and a user interface that is neither attractive or user friendly.

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  • Manufacturer:
  • 1st April, 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Nokia
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  • Pros:
  • Capacitive touch screen, drop down media bar, customisable home screen, 3.5mm headphone jack, good multimedia capabilities
  • Cons:
  • Questionable build quality, poor screen visibility in sunlight, outdated and clunky Symbian OS, Comes with Music subscription not included

Comments

adhem

1

it's so clear

Nokia from bad to worse

adhem

2

i don't need to win 7 put nokia can be more care with their clients / customers

Or what is left of them

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