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Nokia Asha 306, White
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Overall Expert Rating (2 Out of 5 based on 4 ratings)
In a shrinking featurephone market, the Nokia Asha lineup is trying to deliver a near-smartphone experience with less complexity and, more crucially, at a more attractive price point. The Asha 306 slots just above the middle of the pack - delivering a......
Pros: Quad-band GSM, GPRS, EDGE ; Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g ; S40-based Asha touch interface ; 3" WQVGA resistive touchscreen, ~155 pixel density ; Multi-touch in the gallery and Nokia Maps ; Display auto-rotation ; Nokia Browser 2.0 ; Nokia store and 40 EA games for...
Cons: Interface slows down at times, due to low RAM ; Poor screen quality ; Resistive touchscreen feels awkward ; Fixed-focus camera ; QCIF video recording ; No smart dialing
Verdict: When you think of web browsing on a phone, you are probably imagining 4+" screens, LTE speeds and blazing benchmarks, but it`s actually a phone like the Nokia Asha 306 that can really bring Internet connectivity to the masses - Nokia`s "next billion"...
Nokia Asha 306 is a budget oriented feature phone. Featuring a 3" WQVGA resistive touch display, 1GHz processor, 2MP camera, GPRS/EDGE radio, Wi-Fi and microSDHC card slot....
Having long slipped from its pedestal as the world`s premier mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia has been trying to make up lost ground with some attention-grabbing high-end smart phones like the 808 PureView with its 41 (count `em!) megapixel camera, but is also keeping its end up at the volume end of the market, with cheap n cheerful workhorses for the masses. Enter the Nokia Asha 306, which comes out at the same time as the Asha 311 and is the le...
With the old Series 40 software on board, the Nokia Asha 306 is already a smart phone with usability strings attached. But it`s biggest shortcoming is no 3G, which throttles speeds when you`re not able to use Wi-Fi. It`s also nowhere near cheap enough......
Pros: 40 EA games can be freely downloaded
Cons: No 3G ; Series 40 operating system is laggy, cryptic and error prone ; Small low-res screen ; Terrible camera ; Less extensive app choice than Android
Verdict: The Asha 306 is a very basic kind of smart phone but it`s biggest shortcoming is not having 3G, which throttles web browsing speeds when you`re out and about. If you`re a fan of Nokia`s Series 40 software and like the look of its all-touch Ashas,......
The Nokia Asha 306 is the second Nokia OS phone we`ve seen. We like where Nokia have taken their feature phone touch OS and the Asha 311 did have some really compelling features, at over u00a3100 though, it just isn`t competitive with Android handsets in......
Pros: Quirky design ; Nokia OS is innovative ; Expandable Storage
Cons: Resistive touch screen ; OS stutters ; No 3G