Summary: Buy this phone for what it is intended at: Being a phone, not a mobile TV/PC. I have been on the Android and W8 wagon as well, but I keep getting let down by how poorly they master just being a phone. Sure, they can scroll, sweep and swoosh using multiple touches at a high resolution, but if you want an efficient voice and text-based communications device, go Asha 302. In addition, it is cheap. I even found the all-white on sale for 45£, contract-free.
Pros: qwerty, efficient, good battery life, audio quality, bang for the buck
Excerpt: I am using this phone and found good compared to other model like c3(my opinion). But my device have a problem i.e full stop button as shown in keypad only works as (: )sign comma as( ; ) and slash button works as( , )and question button as (.) No xclamation mark. But overall ok phone. Let u chat instantly and a good camera for this kind of phone. I m happy to change it for samsung touchpad corby 2. And goog wlan ang 3g support.
Excerpt: Nokia Asha 302 is a 3G phone but the internet speed is not that good, may be because of its low cost. It has Symbian series 40 operating system. It has 100 MB internal memory and can support external memory card of not more than 32 GB. This phone carries the flagship of Nokia’s Asha series. It has some exciting but not so good feature, I mean features are good but does not work that well in this phone, like pentaband 3G radio and SIP VoIP over 3G.