Low-priced QWERTY phone
Nokia Asha 201
Out Of Stock1-4 Working Days
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 (3.6 Out of 5 based on 24 ratings)
Overall: The Product is quite stylish,easy to carry and easy to use
Overall: If any one is just searching for Whatsapp, this is it.
Overall: i got this for my sister and this was the first time she started using qwerty keyboard in a phone and she loved it, she got all the multimedia file in it and with watsapp you have got nothing more to ask in that price, the body or at least the screen plastic is very vulnerable to scratches.