Excerpt: QWERTY devices like the Nokia 210 Dual aren’t meant to cater to the touch-screen smartphone crowd. They’re meant for people who want physical buttons to type with. Though on-screen keypads are becoming better and more efficient every day, there’s still a strong market for QWERTY phones. The Nokia 210 Dual features 64 MB internal storage, 32 MB RAM and a microSD slot for up to 32 GB additional storage.
Excerpt: Reviews of Nokia 210 Dual will tell you what you already know. This isn’t a device meant for power users. It isn’t meant for those who want HD displays, touch-screens or NFC. About 32 MB of RAM, 64 MB internal storage and a microSD slot make up the Nokia 210 Dual’s features. The key focus is on the QWERTY keyboard, which delivers a somewhat stiff but altogether good typing experience. You’ll have to deal with a pixelated, 2.4 inch, 320x240 resolution display though.
Summary: I chose the Nokia Asha 210 because of the qwerty keyboard and the fact that it easy to find all applications that I use. It is simple to connect to wifi when needed and has great reception where I live. I brought this phone because I know from experience that Nokia phones are bettered suited for reception, good battery life and is simple to use.