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
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: 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.
Summary: Thank U Nokia for launching best mob with best features & best qualities. I am using Asha 200 it's camera quality is good than other mobiles. The qwerty key working very light push. The battery backup is good. The sim 2 option is good because without switch-off the phone i can change the sim. Screen Display is big. I can Update my Mob. by the OVI suite. Memory Capacity is good. It' look is very beautiful.
Summary: I am using this phone quite recently. The battery packs enough juice to run for 2-3 days, with moderate calls & heavy texting. The QWERTY is quite nice though I'm still getting used to it. earphones could have been in-ear style, otherwise performs nicely. All in all, a handy & useful, feature-phone.
Summary: This Product of battery life is awesome, and flipkart service is best. But Some feature like image-image is not support more then 1000 and mp4 video is not supporting, If you will use gprs in pc, then it is necessary to use SIM-1
Summary: This mobile is one of the best made considering price. It has a number of flaws though - hangs during call or disconnecting, call drops etc. However, the positive features are worth enough to neglect such flaws.
Summary: Handset looks good. Basic features are also nice. And its really strong too, has fallen so many times, did break open completely but ended with no scratch! :) The apps take time to start.. does hang sometimes.. not advisable for impatient people. Only if it had a pdf reader, my ratings would have been +1 but for now ,its 4 on 5!
Summary: It's a Symbian mobile. Old Nokia style. Excellent looks and comfort / handling. Yes, it does look like a Blackberry. Premium finish. I personally like the delete key. Very handy. I have an android touchscreen but somehow, I felt more comfortable using the QWERTY keyboard of this one. Does not have 2G/3G Internet though. Nokia did not include a connecting wire which is a little bit of a downer for me. At this price range, what more can you get?
Summary: Well I am writing this review after a complete hands on with the phone for almost 15 days now. I will keep it short! If your budget is strict Rs 4000/- Go for it! The only competition in this range is Samsung Chat C322 PLUS, but i still suggest Nokia Asha 200 is better. (don't even think of Micromax, if you are a self-respecting customer) Asha 200: The Good Part 1) The home-screen display. It is pretty cool.