Excerpt: The new Asha 201 is a middle range mobile phone produced by Nokia. The phone comes in range of colours which, will be depended on the country. Here in the UK we have black or white. I own the black style which, looks smart and makes the phone appear smaller than it really is. You can buy Nokia made soft covers for the Asha 201, but considering the cost of the phone in the UK is £39.99 + £10.00 carriers top-up, and the covers are £12.00-£15.00, they are not cheap.
Pros: Calls, Text, Email, Lots od apps from the Ovi Store
Cons: Symbian Series 40, No 3G/Wifi, Prone to jave error or seeze up, Downloading speed very slow
Summary: "Excellent little phone with the majority of the essential features of a smartphone , but with a fast intuitive and simple operating system. While the systems web browser is slow, one can download and instal from Nokia store Opera Mini. (free). This totally transforms the phone with a web browser that is fast and cheap to use through using compressed data. The mp3 player is superb, likewise the calender and task lists are fast easy to enter and easy to purge old data.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement handset to use as my work mobile as the previous Nokia I had no longer worked with my Bluetooth headset. This phone is durable, reliable and has great battery life. I have always been a fan of Nokia phones and feel you cant go wrong when purchasing their products.
Summary: As a bit of a technophobe my old phone didn't even have a camera. I wanted a phone that had was easy to use but not too technical. I have masted the camera, and downloaded my music and can check my emails. I didn't want to pay a silly price for a phone as I wasn't sure that I would be able to get the most out of its features. I love this phone, it even has little suggestions that occasionally pop up.