Top Nokia phones

The best Nokia phones: We round-up Nokia's best mobile phones and smartphones

Nokia is the world's largest manufacturer of mobile phones and this Finnish company has a rich history of producing functional and easy to use handsets. Despite struggling to produce a high-end smartphone to rival Apple's iPhone 4, Nokia still has a huge presence in the low to mid market segment. We round up the top Nokia phones.

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Nokia X3 Touch and Type

Nokia's X3 Touch and Type's form factor may initially look a little odd, but the experience using it is anything but. This is an excellent, basic feature phone with a great design, and it is highly recommended for anyone who doesn't need a fully fledged, expensive smartphone.

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  • 20th Dec., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Nokia
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  • Pros:
  • Thin and light design
  • Responsive touch screen
  • Redesigned user interface
  • Cons:
  • Awkward position of some keys
  • Poor Web browser
  • Limited apps

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