Reviewers Liked

  • Attractive and lightweight. Solid call quality. Easy to use one-handed. Good camera and music player
  • Good Design, Resistive touchscreen and Haptic Feedback are good, Camera takes good pictures in daylight, USB Onthego support, XVID video support
  • Compact and affordable feature phone with an eye-catching design. Great ergonomics once you get used to the touch-screen and keypad combo
  • Excellent touch screen response, Brilliant camera, Nice audio & video quality, Sleek design, Good battery life
  • Beautiful to look at, Touch screen with keypad, Impressive Battery Life
  • Great build and design, plethora of connectivty options
  • Slimline profile. Good call quality. Fast data speeds. Resistive screen
  • Great touch screen integration with S40, Responsive touch screen, WiFi and 3G on board, Good loudspeaker
  • The Nokia X3 Touch and Type packs a touch screen into a compact design. It also offers a 5-megapixel camera and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G support

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Cluttered home screen. "Typing" is tough without a QWERTY keyboard. Finicky haptic feedback. Shaky data connection. No voice dialing or GPS
  • Average media playback, Visible Color smearing on screen, Stability issues
  • No GPS and weak camera performance. Screen quality could be betterLook and Feel
  • No document reader, Narrow scrolling area on the touch screen
  • No GPS
  • No autofocus or flash, poor sunlight legibility, no document viewer
  • Problematic design. Awkward interface. No camera flash. Average music output
  • Keypad layout takes some getting used to, Screen viewing angles and visibility in bright light not great, Visual stuttering when scrolling through lists
  • The smartphone is sluggish. The smaller screen size can be a strain on the eyes