Excerpt: It is a nice phone to have.......... Advantages:. 1. Good for texting. 2. awesome battery timing.. 3. Dual sim.. 4.good for everyday use. Disadvantage: 1. almost nil multimedia capabilities.. 2. lags alot . 3. average camera. 4. slippery qwerty keypad.
Pros: Good For heavy texting, Battery timing, Dual sim
looking for a smart phone then this is NOT a product for you
30 December 2013
Excerpt: "...you then. there are other nokia asha phones like (501, 305 etc) which is available in same price range and supports these apps. then what can you expect this phone to do? well, the answer is you can send messages, take pics( although u can't expect quality), use internet and social networking like facebook, twitter etc, make calls, listen songs, see videos ( hold on, nokia phones support only few format of videos this is not a problem which is there ...
Pros: dual sim, battery stands longer
Cons: not a smart phone doesn't support apps, not worth for the price
Summary: I bought this phone hoping also that I can ditch one of my chargers, but this one also it doesn't charge through the mini usb, only through the classic nokia charger. Battery seems to hold good so far, as with the Asha platform can be a bit difficult, but you can get used to it.
Summary: The price was reasonable, comes with headphones too. the only downfall is that the manuals inside are all in foreign language (no English manual guide) and does not come with a microSD memory chip... I wll recommend this product...
Summary: It's not a great product. I just wanted a dual sim phone with QWERTY key pad. It's firmware is very poor, when the battery is flat it saying battery is full and stop charging . Bluetooth is appalling, very poor sound quality. A normal phone with a dual sim adapter would do better job. I do not recommend this product. And it's bit chunky as well.
Summary: I was looking for a dual sim phone as I often travel to Cornwall where the great network coverage lie is exposed (perpetuated by the failure of Ofcom to publish landmass coverage), oh and forget EE and 3, you need 900 coverage (unless you are in the Lizard or Roseland or Portreath). Also good for having different sims for different uses such as work and home, call bundles and text bundles, etc.