Clear call quality. Solid music and video performance. Good battery life.
Very Good Music Playback, Stylish Looks, Bundled 2GB Memory Card, Simple to Use UI
Decent design and build, great audio quality, powerful loudspeakers
Can download more apps at Ovi Store, bundled in-ear headphones, includes one year subscription to Comes With Music, home screen customisable with widgets and notifications...
Great battery life; convenient music features; inexpensive; microSD slot; 3.5mm audio port.
Good music quality and powerful loudspeakers during audio playback, Robust battery
No 3G. Poor, buggy camera. Cramped numeric keypad. Cluttered user interface.
Very Poor Screen, Average Camera, No GPS, WiFi or 3G, Sluggish UI
Outdated interface design, display has poor viewing angles, average camera, basic web browsing capabilities
No 3G or Wi-Fi, audio quality lacks richness, small selection of apps at OviLook and Feel...
No 3G; flat keypad is not great; FM reception for some stations is spotty; basic camera features.
Mediocre in call quality, Cheap feel, Display with thin colors, Bad camera performance
By PC Mag on July 01, 2011
The Nokia X3 is a decent budget phone for anyone looking to save money on an unlocked GSM device, but it serves no other purpose. Buy it...50
By PC Advisor on August 10, 2010
A good and inexpensive phone for listening to music, the Nokia X3's lack of a touchscreen means it falls behind similarly priced rivals. Concerns about the screen aside there's nothing wrong with the X3, and if you prefer a slider phone with...70
By PCWorld India on August 10, 2010
I cant help but feel that the Nokia X3 feels a little out of place. In spite of being a good phone for listening to music, the X3 doesnt seem to have much else going for it. Especially, if you consider that at the X3s price of Rs....69
By TechTree on July 22, 2010
The Nokia X3 is a good music phone but apart from that it doesn't do anything particularly great. Priced at Rs. 6,500, it's a bit expensive as well. Samsung offers a lot more value for money handsets that provide more features and better...60
By MobilesRoom on June 30, 2010
The new Nokia X3 is a slider which comes with all typical Nokia style elements. It’s quite plump when looked at its front panel is a 2.2-inch screen. At the left side of the screen it has 3 thin music keys which have been placed vertically coming...-
By What Mobile on June 07, 2010
hese days it’s quite refreshing to have a phone you can switch on and ‘boot up’ in a matter of seconds, as against a minute or two on many smartphones. However, such simplicity comes at a price - although in this case that isn’t...80
By RegHardware on April 13, 2010
The Nokia X3 is not a world-beating phone. It's not the future and it won't stun anyone with its feature set, especially the average camera and lack of 3G browsing speeds. What it is though is a solid, music-based workhorse of a phone that does...80
By IT Reviews on March 25, 2010
Music on a budget is the order of the day with the Nokia X3, and while much of what is on offer here matches the relatively low price of the handset, suspect call quality and poor viewing angles on the screen make us think we might steer clear. Nokia...-
By TechRadar on March 22, 2010
The Nokia X3 is a slim, budget offering from the Finns. With no touchscreen and modest memory, it still has pretensions of being an attractive music device with a low cost to boot.While the recent Nokia X6 touchscreen topped the rebranded X-series...70
By Know Your Mobile on March 15, 2010
If you like the idea of the Nokia X6 but think that prices of £449 SIM free for the 32GB Comes With Music Edition and £299 SIM free for the 16GB version are on the steep side, then you might want to give the £129 SIM free X3 a second...-