UPDATE 12/02/2017: The battery lasted exactly 10 days with about 2 hours of call time.
UPDATE 05/02/2017: I have added some photos to show the quality of the camera.
The phone came with a good package, small and minimal. Inside you can find the phone itself(duh), battery and a micro USB charger. Yes, you guessed right, there are no headphones! Anyway, no big deal.
The phone is very well manufactured, with high quality materials for 34€. The buttons are easily pressed and they have a good feeling. The only thing that bothered me was the central navigation button that was a little bit small for my thumb.
The phone came about 75% charged and after a full recharge the battery level is still 100% after 24 hours of usage with 5-10 calls.
Nokia is claiming 25 days standby, thus an update will follow after this post.
The software is Nokia style with all the necessary "apps" that a phone like this needs.
Included apps are:
Basically, all you need(and a little more) is here for your convenient.
The camera have a decent quality, although i didn't have a microSD to test the quality, so an UPDATE will follow later this week.
Speaker quality is pretty good and the screen resolution perfect for a budget phone like this.
Of course its still too early to call it a winner(for my standards) but as i said above, an update will follow measuring battery performance and camera quality!
Until then, happy "back to the 90's " week!