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Review: Oppo N3, Nokia 330 Auto Navigation, Navman F20, TomTom Go 720, TomTom Go 910 See newest reviews

Oppo N3 (N5206)

Gadget Guy
  • Excerpt: Selfie cameras are all the rage in smartphones, but what if you could have one phone camera that takes beautiful shots on one side, and can automatically flip to the front for your self portrait? That’s the idea with Oppo’s N3, with a camera that can shift position when you touch the screen.
  • Pros: Relatively good screen, Camera gimmick is strangely enticing, Supports two SIMs, or one SIM and one microSD slot, Fingerprint scanner works better than some of the competing options (some of the time, anyway), Includes a very fast, very powerful charger in the box
  • Cons: Heavy, Bulky, Camera design element has fake leather for no reason, Battery could do with some work, Ports are in silly locations: on the side, Notification light is a little too large
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Nokia 330 Auto Navigation

ZDNet
  • Summary: Nokia has made a decent first attempt at offering a personal navigation device but the product is marred by the lack of Bluetooth, and is outdone by its better equipped and similarly priced rivals.
  • Pros: 512MB external memory plus 256MB internal flash, Small size, Excellent maps
  • Cons: Lacks Bluetooth, No text-to-speech function, Slow route-calculation
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Navman F20

PC & Tech Authority
  • Summary: The F20 is damned by the similarly-priced TomTom which is superior in every way.
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TomTom Go 720

PC & Tech Authority
  • Summary: The 720’s features make it a winner. But the high price reflects Map Share: which isn’t available in Australia
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TomTom Go 910

PC & Tech Authority
  • Summary: The world maps make the 910 good value, but other features seem gimmicky.
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