Low-priced QWERTY phone
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Nokia Asha 201
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Nokia Asha 201 (Graphite)
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Is the Nokia Asha 201 a budget BlackBerry or a Qwerty keyboard failure?...
Pros: Decent keyboard layout ; Good chat functionality
Cons: Slow connectivity ; Laggy apps ; Keyboard not crisp enough
The Nokia Asha 201 sits firmly at the budget end of the handset market -- available for a measly Â£45 on pay-as-you-go with Vodafone. At this rock bottom price, the competition includes lots of other Nokia handsets such as the C3, C2-01and X2, alongside other brands` budget blowers, including the LG Cookie Lite and the slightly more pricey Samsung Tocco Icon. The Asha 201 runs Nokia`s very-long-in-the-tooth Series 40 operating system, so it`s `...
Pros: Very cheap,Decent design for a budget blower,Good social networking,
Cons: Dated, sluggish interface,Spongy buttons and keyboard,No 3G or Wi-Fi,
Nokia has retired its unloved Symbian operating system forits mid- to high-end phones, setting its hopes on WindowsPhone for the future. But it`s still using it for low-enderslike the Asha 201, a budget smart phone with a QWERTY keyboard, andat this......
Pros: Decent keyboard, budget price
Cons: Old Symbian OS, 2-megapixel camera, no 3G or Wi-Fi
Verdict: The Nokia Asha 201 is very much a budget phone but still puts up agood show for itself thanks to its decent quality keyboard, sturdybuild and social networking functions. For keeping in touch on thego -- and at a very good price -- it does a decent.....
In a time where smartphones, 4G, quad core and HD are common buzzwords, we`re sure many of you want a device that takes you back to simpler times, but with a little few extra touches so that you aren`t completely isolated from contemporary tech. That`s where the Nokia Asha 201 steps in, a Â£45 handset complete with Nokia`s Series 40 operating system. At the mere mention of Â£45, you are probably expecting it will be a phone you keep together ...
Pros: Lightweight, Attractive styling, Cheap
Cons: Operating system looks and feels a bit dated, No Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity
Verdict: The Nokia Asha 201 is a cheap mobile that looks and feels better than some devices two or three times its price, but Series 40 is a bit long in the tooth. Unless you want a throwaway phone or care little for new technology, a budget Android dev...
Overall User Rating (4 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
Best Features: its home screen and new theme os nokia
Pros: i love this pobile phone
Cons: i am confused . it is touch or not.
Overall: its a nice mobile from nokia but i am confused .this mobile is touch and type or querty keypad.