Nokia 1680 classic

“My first phone, my first camera.”

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  • Expert Rating

    3.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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    $ 69.00 (AUD)

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Resonable call quality, lightweight, tough as nails, cheap
Camera, slow CPU, low resolution screen, looks dated and cheap
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Good, although not great phone. Call quality is OK, although it is noticeably better on more expensive Nokias.

Phone is extremely light, the lightest phone I've ever held. Battery life is excellent, lasting 3-4 days with moderate use.

Keypad is a bit rubbery, and not everyone likes it, but I think its OK. Screen resolution is quite poor, but serviceable. I can't see anything at all on the screen in sunlight, I have to sheild screen with hand to use the menu. Camera is a joke, no use at all.

Phone is very, very tough, and has been dropped many times with no damage. No visible marks either.

I think this is a very practical and durable phone that is a little light on features, but has the basics covered.

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