Feature phone reinvented
Nokia Asha 206 is a fusion of classic and contemporary. It features a traditional keypad integrated into a modern design.
Nokia Asha 206 features a 2.4 inch, 65K colors, 320 x 240 pixels LCD screen running S40 OS with Asha User interface. It is also loaded with Nokia Xpress browser which saves data consumption by 90% providing a speed and data efficient web browsing. Nokia is offering a subscription of 40EA games for free with this phone.
It packs a 1.3MP camera for casual photography. The brand new Slam feature facilitates speed transfer of files via Bluetooth without the pairing the devices.
Nokia Asha 206 is backed by 1100 mAH battery and comes in Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black and White colors.
Nokia Asha 206 is a great option for those who want to keep up with the traditional candy bar form factor but looking for something new. Priced fairly, affordable the mobile provides a near to complete package for trendy mobile lovers. Great option if you can survive without 3G.
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The phone has rounded corners, and a plastic back cover. The materials used in the phone feel durable, and there are no creaks if you apply pressure. The phone sports a 3.5mm headphone/headset jack and a 2.5mm charging port. It doesn`t have a volume rocker or other physical buttons. There`s a slot for the secondary SIM card on the left side of the phone that is protected by a plastic insert. Although there`s nothing that distinguishes the phone f...
Struggling to compete with its Windows smartphone offerings, Nokia is making a bid to grab the potential market for secondary, budget-priced feature phones. The Nokia 105only made calls and sent texts, but the 206 includes web access (sort of), an app store and a camera. But does it offer enough, cheaply enough, to make it worth your while? It`s available now for around Â£50. Full review...
Nokia’s Asha 206 smartphone runs the company’s proprietary Xpress OS and integrates a 2.4-inch TFT LCD display with 240 x 320 pixel native resolution, optional dual SIM capability, a microSD media slot for up to 32GB storage and expansion, and a 1.3-megapixel rear-facing camera....
Overall User Rating (4.1 Out of 5 based on 2533 ratings)
Overall: Hellow Friends,
Here are the true reviews about this phone:
Used : 3 Months
Pros: The Good & Advantages
1) Express browser, Its true that it reduces 30-40 % of internet usage, very good speed cant expect better speed than this with 2G, Sites opens fast and supports all most all Mobile sites. (Dont expect desktop site pls )
2) Screen Size and Body: Big, nice ....
Overall: One thing each mobile maker has forgotten that THERE ARE people who need mobiles for basis purposes. And who are not capable of using touch screens.
Thankfully, Nokia seems to have keep this in mind and they are still producing instruments with NUMPAD.
Excellent build quality. Slim and sexy.
Super loud speakers.
Freebies like free music and games.
Overall: Let me just get you the points.
1. Battery life : 7 days
2. Great design (Many people have asked me,"Is this a Lumia?")
3. Slam feature (Makes file sharing very simple)
4. Screen is good in sunlight
5. XPress internet browser (reduces 50% of data usage)
6. Face detection camera.
7. And of course the trust and customizibility of nokia.