Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type
Slim stainless steel body, Easy to use, Excellent connectivity options, Excellent battery life, Excellent call quality.
Slim and attractive. Aluminum housing looks and feels expensive. Great camera and music player. Low price for an unlocked phone.
Natural navigation with combination of touch-screen and hard keys, fast internet for a standard phone, efficient text/call features...
Great build quality, Intuitive touch / type experience, Slim, attractive design
Small touchscreen display, Camera not up to the mark ,No frontfacing camera, No multitasking, Poor headphones, No GPS, Display not clearly visible under sunlight
Earpiece could be louder. Despite its name, this isn't much of a "typing" phone without a QWERTY keyboard. No GPS.
Customising the home screen isn’t very intuitive, while there is a measly 30MB of on board memory Look and Feel...
Basic software, No AF on camera, No GPS
By FoneArena on July 01, 2011
Nokia C3-01 Touch and Type is an unique phone with touchscreen display and physical T9 keypad. This handset definitely looks great and it has a great build quality, but it lack certain features. The metal bezel around the screen and a metallic back...-
By BrightHub on May 20, 2011
The Nokia C3-01 is a nice budget phone which offers almost everything you can expect in this price range. If you are an old fashioned keypad fan, this should help you make the transition to touchscreen phones. I would definitely recommend it,...80
By Tech2 on April 06, 2011
Probably one of the toughest decisions to make is whether a user should actually buy the C3-01 for Rs. 8,000. The phone costs about Rs. 400 less than the X3-02 and the features are almost the same. There’s a slight advantage of the LED flash but...75
By Mobile-Review on February 23, 2011
Contents: Package: Positioning S40 touchscreen phones for Nokia is a logical development of the competition on the market. Nokia products has been sandwiched between the Chinese and Korean manufacturers that about three years ago bet on the market...-
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on February 23, 2011
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...-
By PC Mag on February 18, 2011
Nokia's star has faded in the U.S. but the company is serving up some real unlocked bargains like the Nokia C3-01, a slim and slick voice phone with an excellent camera, music player, and Web browser. Buy it...80
By CgeNa on February 14, 2011
Nokia is still with the Nokia and there’s definitely more to love compared to its close companion the . We decided to make this review short and sweet because the two are relatively the same. This review is more like a comparison between the...94
By Good Gear Guide on January 28, 2011
The Nokia C3 feature phone targets young people with a penchant for excessive texting and chatting, and offers an excellent keyboard. However, the lack of 3G connectivity is a hard pill to swallow, despite the very low...55
By 5FWD on January 28, 2011
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....100
By 3G UK on January 26, 2011
Nokia has always been famed for its standard handsets, and the C3-01 Touch and Type offers a new twist on the old favourite. The capacitive touch-screen offers a new lease of life to what is a tried-and-tested handset, making its standard...80