Nokia E51

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  • Expert Rating

    3.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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    $ 679.00 (AUD)

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Good screen quality, good music playing, alright photos, good sound recording, feels comfortable in hand, fits in almost any pocket quite well.
No front camera, loudspeaker is crap, some buttons are tiny, rubberised buttons eventually wear out and break off, and you can't turn you phone on or off :|
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I have had it for almost two years, and our family recieved it from telstra. I'm 15 and I was stuck with it, and I loved it at first (since I had gone from a crappy pink Samsung flip), but now I am sick of it. The rubber buttons have broken off, the keys have started to wear out, and it get dirty so easily, and looks gross if you simply touch it. The battery life is pretty good, exept if you spend half a day web browsing, then it just goes. It has a really good internal memory, which is always nice, mainly for music lovers. I'm upgrading to an E63 now. So over this phone.

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