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Testseek.co.uk have collected 52 expert reviews of the Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type and the average rating is 69%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type.


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The editors liked

  • Attractive metal case
  • Easy to use
  • Cheap
  • The Nokia C3 Touch and Type features excellent quality
  • With stainless steel used around the handset to offer a premium feel. It looks great
  • And it'
  • S also as tough as old boots. Usability is also impressive. There'
  • S no need for a D-pad or any navigational buttons
  • With the OS operated by tapping and scrolling down through menus. Below the touchscreen
  • There'
  • S a large alpha-numeric keypad
  • With b
  • Great build
  • Good number pad
  • Customisable Home screen
  • Second customisable shortcuts screen
  • Classy design
  • Easy to use features
  • Good battery life
  • Huge keys. Easy to use. Great features.
  • Intuitive navigation from a combination of keys and touchscreen
  • Speedy internet
  • Text and calling facilities work well
  • Where to begin? The elegant steel bezel and brushed-metal frame make this phone classy. The design is absolutely ace
  • With sizeable keys which make tapping out text messages an absolute doddle
  • And comfortable too. The touchscreen is a great addition and at 2.4-inches is sizeable enough to handle most tasks without causing frustration. Nokia has hit on a winning formula by combining a basic ’boar

The editors didn't like

  • Sluggish in places
  • Apps aren'
  • T much fun
  • Resistive touchscreen
  • If you'
  • Re used to a huge screen – an Apple iPhone or an Android device
  • Perhaps – then the Nokia C3 Touch and Type probably won'
  • T appeal. Its 2.4-inch display isn'
  • T ideal for web browsing
  • Where text can feel a little bit crammed in.
  • Processor is challenged at times
  • No GPS
  • Fiddly to use
  • Twitter and Facebook integration is poor
  • Camera is lacklustre
  • Slow Nokia web browser
  • Poor headphones
  • No satnav skills
  • Home screen customisation is a bit tricky
  • Onboard memory is a paltry 30MB
  • S40 isn’t quite the cleverest of mobile operating systems and does feel limited
  • Especially with so much up-to-date tech under the hood. There’s no GPS either
  • A real miss seeing as Ovi Maps is now storming the more expensive
  • High-end Nokia phones.

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  Published: 2011-02-23, review by: tracyandmatt.co.uk

  • I have to say that reviewing this handset has definitely taken me back to my first few handsets which were candy bar with a lovely keypad, now you might think that is a bad thing but it isn't necessarily to be honest because simple isn't a bad thing I ...

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  Published: 2011-02-11, review by: itreviews.com

  • The Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type stands up well enough on its own - but sit it next to similarly priced Android handsets with more features, and it loses most of its appeal. ...

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  Published: 2011-01-28, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • Where to begin? The elegant steel bezel and brushed-metal frame make this phone classy. The design is absolutely ace, with sizeable keys which make tapping out text messages an absolute doddle, and comfortable too. The touchscreen is a great addition and at 2.4-inches is sizeable enough to handle most tasks without causing frustration. Nokia has hit on a winning formula by combining a basic ’boar
  • S40 isn’t quite the cleverest of mobile operating systems and does feel limited, especially with so much up-to-date tech under the hood. There’s no GPS either, a real miss seeing as Ovi Maps is now storming the more expensive, high-end Nokia phones.
  • Ultimately, you have to remember that this is a budget phone, not a smartphone. The lack of sat-nav smarts shouldn’t trouble those after a simple mobile with a few modern-day benefits. This looks slick, sharp and couldn’t be easier to use. Once again, ...

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  Published: 2011-01-26, review by: 3g.co.uk

  • Intuitive navigation from a combination of keys and touchscreen; speedy internet; text and calling facilities work well
  • Home screen customisation is a bit tricky; onboard memory is a paltry 30MB

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  Published: 2010-12-20, review by: electricpig.co.uk

  • Huge keys. Easy to use. Great features.
  • No satnav skills
  • Affordable, stylish and well made. Smartphone functionality for feature-phone money....

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  Published: 2010-12-10, review by: recombu.com

  • The Nokia C3 Touch and Type boasts great build quality, a decent camera and is available on some very reasonable contracts. Obviously it’ll appeal to those who prefer texting on an numeric pad instead of a touchscreen, and in that sense it’s a great ol...

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  Published: 2010-12-08, Author: Niall Magennis , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Classy design, Easy to use features, Good battery life
  • Slow Nokia web browser, Poor headphones, Resistive touchscreen

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  Published: 2010-12-03, review by: techradar.com

  • Great build, Good number pad, Customisable Home screen, Second customisable shortcuts screen
  • Processor is challenged at times, No GPS, Fiddly to use, Twitter and Facebook integration is poor, Camera is lacklustre
  • The Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type is a candybar handset with a small screen and a simple numeric keypad. Like its near-namesake the BlackBerry-alike C3-00, the C3-01 Touch and Type is designed to be a low cost, easy to use messaging fan's handset. It will...

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  Published: 2010-11-29, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • The Nokia C3 Touch and Type features excellent quality, with stainless steel used around the handset to offer a premium feel. It looks great, and it's also as tough as old boots. Usability is also impressive. There's no need for a D-pad or any navigational buttons, with the OS operated by tapping and scrolling down through menus. Below the touchscreen, there's a large alpha-numeric keypad, with b
  • If you're used to a huge screen – an Apple iPhone or an Android device, perhaps – then the Nokia C3 Touch and Type probably won't appeal. Its 2.4-inch display isn't ideal for web browsing, where text can feel a little bit crammed in.
  • If you're looking to upgrade an old handset, and want to keep things simple, then the Nokia C3 Touch and Type could be right up your street. It's easy to use, offers great value for money and the touchscreen is a welcome addition. Nokia C3 Touch and Ty...

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  Published: 2010-11-26, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Attractive metal case, Easy to use, Cheap
  • Sluggish in places, Apps aren't much fun, Resistive touchscreen
  • Don't be fooled by the Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type's long, complicated name. It's a simple, classic phone that's pleasantly enhanced by the addition of a basic touchscreen....

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