What looks like a smart phone, acts like a smart phone but isn't a smart phone. Answer - this is. My previous phone was a Nokia E72 which is a knockout quality smart phone. Having recently damaged it beyond economical repair, I decided to get something cheaper until my next contract freebie upgrade. I absolutely wanted something with a QWERTY keyboard as I just cannot get on with touch keyboards so that really tied the choice down a bit. A new Nokia E6 would have cost the earth and I just couldn't justify it so I went for this 302 model. I've got to be honest, for 99% of the time there isn't really any difference. Both are a similar size although the E72 is a bit better finished, both have nice user friendly interfaces and both have superb battery life. Browsing on the wi-fi and 3.5g is a similar experience and the operating system on both phones are rock solid with no frequent hanging or other stability problems.
At this kind of money, the 302 is a steal. No doubt when it comes to renewal time, I'll end up going back up to a smartphone but that's only because it is effectively at zero cost to me through my business contract. If it was my own cash, I'd be sticking with something like this.