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: This phone is average, I like the querty style keyboaurd, but unfornately find keys too small, great battery life, lasts about a week with average use. I am disappointed can't voice record or at least I cant't find how to instructions tell how to video but not voice record so assuming you can't, I wanted my granddaughter singing as my msg tone and can't do it. the headphones arn't much good either can't listen to music or radio outside Have had this phone since November.
Summary: I wanted a sim free phone and although it is open to all networks it is a tesco network so some of the functions dont work through my sim. It is also so so so slow for the internet, Just not worth having. The phone looks nice and is easy to use however.
Summary: I like the phone as my texting is quicker but it sometimes freezes and I have to switch it off and then on again, which is a bit irritating. But I prefer this kind of phone than a touch screen phone. Also, I'm hoping it will be better than a Blackberry.
Summary: this phone is very atractive, does everything its meant too, which is good, its neat and reliable,i have but one major problem with it tho, i find the buttons way too small to text with, if you have slim fingers, then its the one too have! but if your like me? and have broadish fingers? then please do think about that, before buying this bonny phone!apart from that, it really is worth the small amount of money you would pay in these hard times...