Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Sep 25, 2016
Release Date: Dec 25, 2012 (Official)
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Complete smart phone experience
Nokia Asha 308 promises to deliver a full smart phone experience in budget. Loaded with some unique but effective features, Nokia Asha 308 is the perfect mobile to mark your entry into the world of touch screen mobiles.
Nokia Asha 308 features a 3.0 inch capacitive touch screen protected by scratch resistant coating. It runs on a fluid swipe user interface which in combination with capacitive touch screen makes using the mobile a delight for users. Remember capacitive touch screen is rare in this price segment.
Nokia Asha 308 comes loaded with Xpress browser which facilitates 90% more efficient internet browsing. Another unique feature of Nokia Asha 308 is the hot swappable SIM which means one SIM can be changed without removing the battery and without restarting the mobile phone.
Nokia Asha 308 is the best Nokia Dual SIM mobile which offers a complete smart phone experience. It’s certainly not a camera phone which you know before purchasing the device, but it excellently takes care of all your other needs and that’s too in a budget.
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3 inches capacitive display, Display Resolution: 400 x 240 pixels, Nokia BL-4U 1110 mAh battery, dual SIM support, 32GB expandable memory Nokia has produced the cheapest smartphone with a capacitive touchscreen display named as the Nokia Asha 308. For those people who crave to hold a smartphone in their hands but cannot afford it, Nokia has made it easier to own a smartphone. Not only the capacitive touchscreen display but the dual SIM support ha...
Overall User Rating (4.1 Out of 5 based on 174 ratings)
Overall: Purchased the phone from a local market. It's quite good and easy to use. The UI is perhaps the best that I have seen from Nokia a little influenced by windows phone platform. The phone is well built and the display is decent if not good, but that is all you can expect from a phone in this price bracket. The call quality is excellent - loud and clear. SMS-ing was a little problematic for me because the screen size restricts the onscreen keypad and people with thick fingers might face the same problem. The touch screen being a capacitive one is buttery smooth and I faced no lags of any sort.
The multimedia department is good as ever. The audio quality is good - loud and clear. The battery is quite decent as well. Web browsing is not good because it still uses GPRS which is pretty slow by today's standards. Camera is average. Day light pictures are decent but low-light pictures are bad, so don't expect much from the camera. Don't expect to play games and use a lot of apps as the software doesn't support many and the hardware is not that capable.
Overall Nokia has come a long way and has delivered a decently good phone for this price.
1. Decent battery backup.
2. Good audio quality.
3. Excellent UI
4. Extremely responsive capacitive touch screen.
5. Decent camera for day-light photos.
1. Very limited app support.
2. Feeble hardware for those who demand a lot from their phone.
3. Poor low-light camera pics.
4. A bit boring all dark background.