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Nokia 3310 3G - Unlocked Single SIM Feature Phone (AT&T/T-Mobile/MetroPCS/Cricket/Mint) - 2.4" Screen - Yellow - U.S. Warranty
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- You can still play the Classic Snake: with a modern look and feel
- A modern Classic reborn in 3G: with an exceptionally long battery life
- A colorful experience: comes in a variety of vibrant new colors and a customizable UI
- Camera description: 2.0
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A Classic, Reimagined
Whatever you do, do it in style. Nokia 3310 3G comes in four fresh colors, all with a sleek, silver-colored keymat. Its solid body with a tactile matte finish ensures quality at your touch.
One for Every Style
Available in four vibrant shades, there’s a Nokia 3310 3G to suit everyone: Azure, Yellow, Warm Red, and Charcoal.
Play the legendary Snake. It’s back with a little update that makes it even more fun to play on the color screen. Do you still remember your high score? Think you can beat it?
Connect How You Want
With 3G connectivity, you’ll stay connected to the things that matter to you, whether it’s the news, your favorite blog, even Facebook and Twitter.
Make Yourself at Home
With new customization options for rearranging icons and choosing color themes, even your offline mobile experience will be your very own. Get a feel for the themes right here by choosing a color.
Designed for Now
With all of the connection options and features that you need, including a 2MP camera, Bluetooth, FM radio, space for a Micro SD Card and, most importantly, a headphone jack.
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First I'll say what I liked about the 3310 reissue. The music player works well. Easy to use and sounds good with or without headphones. I liked that it has a flashlight. It's an attractive phone. I got it in yellow and It was appealing.
Here's what I did not like. It did not have T-9 predictive text. I've become accustomed to that and it's really easy to use. It's possible to text very fast with T-9 once you get the hang of it. For those who don't know what T-9 predictive text is, it means rather than push each number the amount of times to correspond to the letter you want (example push 7 four times for S), you just push the number once and the phone guesses the word. If it's not the right word you push * for more choices. It works great.
I would of been willing to put up with that, if the calendar wasn't so limited. Here's what I mean: I put in one month worth of my schedule, and then the phone would not allow me to put anything else in. I never ran into this problem with the 5310. I get my work schedule 2 months at a time, and I have other things I need to keep track of as well. I rely on my phone for this. I'd much rather Nokia get rid of all the games that I'll never use, and give me an unlimited calendar. I returned this phone within 12 hrs of delivery.
I took the time to write this review, because I'd like Nokia to fix these problems. If they did I'd buy this phone again. Or let me know if they have a similar phone with the features I need.
We use TMobile.
A bit of a learning curve but it sounds loud. Rings loud and is fairly simple to use.
If I got rid of my "modern" phone I would definitely use this!
-To turn it on, you must press and hold the power button for 7 seconds (timed with a stopwatch), which feels too long.
-Buttons don’t register consistently; often I must press them twice, particularly with automated phone menus. “Off” button doesn’t always disconnect calls.
-Cumbersome, nonintuitive navigation, especially for Bluetooth.
-Navigation ring around “call” button is difficult to manipulate.
-“Lock keypad” doesn’t lock the keypad (1s, 2s, and 9s can still be dialed). Its only function is to create the extra step of requiring you to press “unlock” and asterisk to get back into phone after you’re timed out. “Lock keypad” should do just that--to prevent accidental emergency dialing.
-Battery charge goes from 50% to dead, with no warning. Low-battery alert has worked only twice in six months.
-Enclosed literature states: “Theoretical talk time up to 6.5 hours. Theoretical standby time up to 27 days.” This phone is nowhere near that. More like 6 days of standby. And when I used it for an emergency, 30 minutes of collective talk time drained the battery from 100% to 50% (see above). Was the phone close to dead? I had no idea and no access to an outlet if it was. This is not a smartphone. It should not eat up power. My old Nokia held a charge longer than this.
-Nokia Service gave me the runaround when I contacted them after I was outside Amazon’s return window. To avoid honoring their warranties, companies like Nokia rely on wearing down only the most persistent.
Pros: Clear reception. Bright color.