Summary: Phone works just fine, wifi reception is goog alltough dries the battery within a day or two. Problem is the International version allows me to use either vietnamise or English (default) so if you want another language to work on this just buy another phone.
Summary: 3 weeks on this phone and loving it! I am a fan of Nokia phones. I've had 5 Nokia previously and never tire of them. The Asha 303 does not disappoint. Though lightweight compared to an Android phone it feels solid, though not fragile. T-mobile no longer carries a range of Nokia phones so I went insearch and found unlocked phones. This is my 2nd unlocked Nokia. And like the previous one, I popped my T-mobile sim card in and it worked right away.
Excerpt: I've owned the Nokia Asha 303 for about six months now and I've been very satisfied. Being unlocked it works great as a prepaid AT&T GoPhone. Technically it's a feature phone, but I use it for all the things you'd use a smartphone for. Internet browsing, checking e-mail/social networks, playing games, etc. The phone really shines as just a phone, though. The call quality is excellent, and texting is easy, although the portrait-oriented qwerty keyboard is a bit cramped.
Pros: Excellent call quality, Touch and type, best of both worlds, Great quality loudspeaker and volume, Many shortcuts, all customizable to your liking, Theme/ringtone/homescreen customization
Cons: Many hidden menus in UI, Small screen not great for internet browsing, Small selection of available apps
Excerpt: This phone is pretty good for a feature phone/borderline smartphone. Has great reception, good call quality (espeically with Voice Clarity), good keyboard w/ good predictive text software, responsive touchscreen, Wifi (no data plan necessary on At&T!), and some nice multimedia features. I think the biggest problem comes with the clunkyness of the UI. Symbian S40 has been around forever and even with some of the improvements that Nokia has made it still feels clunky.
Excerpt: Nokia Asha 303 is the best touch and type phone that I have used to date, my previous phone was a Nokia X3 and that was frankly dissapointing. It is affordable, simple to use with a friendly user interface. I was looking for a phone that wasn't to complicated to use, I am not really into playing tons of games or downloading lots of apps I like to use a phone for basic phone calls and texts, don't be put off by that it will download apps and games galore if you want it to...
Excerpt: Had an Iphone 4 and not looking back. Does everything I need. Very simple and user friendly OS. I love the calendar function and the ability to check Facebook, Twitter and Gmail. Does everything that my Iphone did with the exception of having access to a million apps. But I can use my Ipad for that.
Excerpt: "Well speaking about Nokia Asha 305, It seems a good package for its price- Surely the spec is good for its price. But, the specs don't perform as it should!! Stability is a major drawback of this device- which improved with last updates. Call quality is poor so is everything except battery life. Battery life is excellent. But the phone hangs a lot. Signal sensitivity is not that good. Design wise the phone looks good- with clean design and is strong ...
Pros: Battery Life, Design
Cons: Stability, Performance, Specifications, Internet
Summary: THIS PHONE IS A GREAT PHONE IF YOU WANT IT FOR EVERYDAY USAGE. IT WAS COMPARED WITH A UP TO DATE BLACKBERRY SMARTPHONE BY MOBILE GAZETTE I COULDN'T BELIEVE IT! NOKIA MUST BE DOING SOMETHING RIGHT!