Consumers who are not yet ready to trade in mobiles and upgrade to a smartphone have been told of the benefits of the Nokia C3 Touch and Type.
The Finnish brand boasts a wide range of mobiles in its portfolio, many of which make use of its innovative technology.
Nokia is the company that has given the mobile world tools such as Ovi Maps and Symbian.
But investing in a non-smartphone may be a slightly unusual step these days, which is why Nokia Conversations writer Adam is illustrating the advantages of one this week.
On his first day, the author described the model as "small, light and sleek looking", noting it is particularly easy to use when making a call.
Adam's comments suggest the phone has been an able deputy for his Nokia N8 device thus far.
In other mobile news, Motorola recently suggested it will soon release a number of innovative models after renewing its partnership with Sprint.
Posted by Simon Thomas