Excerpt: The Asha 302 is one of the most advanced phones in Nokia’s Asha line-up. With a 1GHz processor, claims to Mail for Exchange functionality, Nokia’s new data compressing web browser, and looks that sweep you off your feet, the Asha 302 sounds amazing for a phone that is pegged around N20,000 only.
Conclusion: The Nokia Asha 302 is your standard Series 40 affair. It doesn't have a touchscreen, but it compensates with a physical QWERTY keyboard, trying to appease those users needing such kind of input option. In terms of hardware, Nokia has done a remarkable job.
Summary: Those looking for an entry level, or spare phone will find the Nokia Asha 302 a decent little phone. It has web and Wi-Fi capability, a decent camera and is a cheap way to get access to social networking on the go.
Excerpt: The handset's 2.4" screen has pixel dimensions of 320x240. The display is bright and can reproduce decent colours. On the flip side though, there's no way to adjust the screen brightness. Moreover, similar to most entry-level phones, the Asha 302's display has a limited viewing angle.
Pros: Excellent build quality; Great keypad; Wi-Fi and 3G support; Good sound quality; Simple UI; USB OTG (support for external USB drives); Great value for money.
Summary: • Integrated with SNS • Facilitated with MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV and MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC players to enjoy music • Presence of Wi-Fi 802.11 B/G/N • Presence of Class 33 GPRS and EDGE • Facilitated with QWERTY keyboard for smooth and fast typing • Equipped with WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML and Adobe Flash Lite...
Summary: It's cheap, looks relatively good and has much of the functionality you would expect from a modern-day mobile phone, but Series 40 is looking a tad dated and price comparable Android devices will give you better value for money
Pros: Solid build quality, Relatively inexpensive
Cons: Operating system can be a pain to use, Lacks functionality of comparatively priced Android device
Conclusion: No, the Nokia Asha 302 isn't at the cutting edge of mobile tech. But it's a solidly built, reliable workhorse aimed at social networkers with a great little keyboard for a reasonable price, and certainly gives the Blackberry midrangers a run for their money.
Summary: The basics The Nokia Asha 302 is one of the newest Symbian Series 40 Nokia phones available. The entry-level smartphone weighs 99 grams has a full qwerty keypad, 3.2-inch screen, 3.2-megapixel camera. The Nokia Asha 302 also features a micro-USB and MicroSD card slot for memory cards.
Pros: For an entry level phone the Nokia Asha 302 doesn’t feel cheap at all. It is both solid and compact without sacrificing on build quality. Metal finishes on the edges and on the menu keys give the Nokia Asha 302 a nice premium feel. Entry level phones can feel cheap and tacky. Not this one. The No...
Cons: Despite packing Twitter and Facebook apps for the Series 40 operating system, using these service is a bit on the slow side. The phone’s menu buttons also makes navigating the options awkward. It’s easy to make the wrong selections. The keypad, too could with a few tweaks. Keys don’t have quite e...