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: I bought this for my wife who hates gadgets, especially smart phones and was stiil using a steam powered Motorola flip phone. She is on Pay as you go, so this being SIM free was attractive, especaily as it can have 2 sims and was a good price.
Conclusion: A very cheap and good looking mobile which looks strikingly similar to blackberry. Better option for those people who are into messaging alot. Keypad is qwerty and easy to operate. It comes with bluetooth connectivity and a decent battery life. It has a 2.4 inches LCD display and 2MP camera.
Conclusion: This phone from Nokia is in the basic range and has huge list of satisfied customers. These ASHA ranges of the phones are basic, simplest, cheapest and have sold a lot of sets. This is a QWERTY phone with a nice keypad to use. It has a 2.4 inches screen which is pretty good.
Summary: The phone is just ok. What I am most disappointed is that I dont get a good experience when listening to the person I speak over phone. First I had echo proble, but it is manageable when i reduced the phone volume. But still I am not able to recognise the person from their voice.
Pros: Good for browsing, keypad is user friendly, screen makes the phone more appealing
Cons: call clarity, gallery icon hidden in Apps, call log very difficult to find