Summary: I bought this for my aunt who lives in the Seychelles and wanted a not-touch phone. As such, it may serve her purposes. I can also use it on the way over when I stop in London for a week. I would never buy this phone for myself in a million years. The advantages it has over a non-wifi phone are crippled by the slow, slow page loads and overall crummy design. Whenever a wifi is available this is the last device I would grab.
Pros: Use anywhere it anywhere, its unlocked! Looks good.
Cons: Slow, horrible interface, and screen is very low quality. battery cover is cheap and feels like it will break easily
A throwback to a previous era that still works well
Graham White, Amazon
2 April 2014
Summary: My wife gave me the task of finding her a phone with a very specific set of characteristics that ruled out more or less all the Android or iPhone smart phones on the market - one of her requirements was good battery life! This Nokia works really well, surprisingly well actually given the age and relative simplicity of the software running on it.
Summary: I upgraded to this from a Nokia Asha 210 which is similar in appearance and functionality. I liked the 210 but often became frustrated with how slow it was. The 302 is a massive improvement in that regard. The whole phone is much more responsive and snappy, apps load rapidly etc. The Opera web browser which I use in preference to the Nokia Xpress browser, used to take 10-20 seconds to load on the 210, but takes just a few seconds on the 302.