Review: Nokia C3-01 Touch & Type
Nokia brings the power of touch to its Series 40 platform in the C3. The C3 takes what's familiar about Nokia and sprinkles it with a dash of newness.
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Nokia's C3-01 Touch and Type is a novel handset that brings a touch experience to Series 40 while keeping Nokia's bread-and-butter candybar hardware design. It's small, slim and offers (mostly) superb hardware features. But does a touch screen work with Nokia's Series 40, or does it get lost in translation?
Review: Nokia Lumia 635 for T-Mobile
Nokia's entry-level Lumia 635 is a solid little phone, especially when you consider just how inexpensive it is. It is among the first to run Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 platform, which shines on this tiny titan.
Review: Apple iPhone 6s Plus
Apple's newest iPhones may look like last year's, but the company packed tons of appealing updates into the 6s Plus. New features such as 3D Touch and the improved cameras impress, while refinements to iOS 9 and how the 6s Plus interacts with the platform give the handset new-found power.
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Microsoft Updates Nokia X Platform
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Great Budget phone
Just goes to show...
Great job Nokia and let's hope AT&T or T-Mobile pick this phone up so that the average US consumer might have a chance to get a decent phone... assuming they don't mess it up with their AT&T/T-Mob proprietary apps & disabled features.