Nokia 105 Review – 5 Myths

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The Nokia 105 is the most popular feature phone in the world. It has a wide variety of features, and a flexible array of accessories. This review will examine the pros and cons of the phone.The phone is easy to use, with a simple push of a button. The features are familiar, as most features are found on any phone. The interface is easy to use and simple to navigate through. Most functions work well for most people.

What about the advantages? Well, I am going to mention five benefits of the phone. Let’s begin with the advantages that are obvious. For example, it is a great marketing tool. Nokia is the company that invented this marketing strategy and it has worked well.

Another advantage is the stability of the phone. With any mobile phone, it can fail after a while. However, the Nokia 105 series phones never fail after long periods of use. If you have lost your cell phone, the phone is as good as new.

Next, the phone offers a large number of phone functions. Some of the more common functions are: call monitoring, caller ID, auto transfer, call waiting, voicemail, ring to answer, caller ID display, a voice memo and more. With all these functions, there is usually no need to have to select each and every one of them. It also eliminates the need to look for menus. All you have to do is turn the phone on, pick a function and start talking.

Now, let’s look at the five disadvantages of the phone. The first disadvantage is that some of the functions have to be turned on before they work. This makes it difficult to switch between the phone and computer and switch between functions. Other than that, the phone works fine.

The second disadvantage is that the phone can not always be used for business. In other words, some of the functions cannot be used at night. The phone can only be used at night and calls are dropped. This means that you have to switch to a land line or use your personal computer. This type of phone should not be used for anything except emergency situations.

The third disadvantage is that the phone is very heavy. It can be quite difficult to carry around. It can be cumbersome to hand the phone to a salesperson. Also, the phone is hard to insert and remove. It needs to be brought to a certain spot on the desk.

The fourth disadvantage is that the phone is expensive. The phone costs more than a hundred dollars. There are cheaper phones on the market, but they are not as good as the Nokia 105. A lot of people have said that the phone is an expensive phone.

Then, the fifth disadvantage is that the phone uses a lot of batteries. The phone needs a good charge every month. This can be inconvenient if you do not use the phone frequently.

To summarize, I have written this Nokia 105 review to help you determine whether the phone is right for you. If you already own a cell phone, then I recommend you try out the Nokia 105. The phone is large and it takes up a lot of space. If you are just planning to buy a cell phone, the Nokia 105 is probably not the best choice.