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.
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...
Summary: The phone was shipped with the wrong AC adapter. Since I cannot charge the phone, I don't know yet if it will meet my needs. I had to order an AC adapter seperately. The one which it came with isn't sending any current to the phone.
Summary: I bought this phone and had to return it because the Q button was not working. It's good that I returned it, I din't like even one quality of the phone. I mean common who designed that key pad, literally I had to use my finger nails to push the buttons, its that small. For QWERTY phones the ideal width of the phone must be I would say like blackberry. This phone i am sure it will always irritate Users with the QWERTY Key pad. Good luck with that........
Summary: It's comfortable to carry, the music sounds great, the camera is OK, but I have problems to use Whatsap and to receive mails. I'm not sure if it is because of the phone or just the signal is bad. On the other hand, the battery lasts longer than the one of my previous blackberry.Another detail is that when I press some keys, the symbol I write sometimes does not coincide with the one marked on the key. Should I configure it differently?
Summary: In fact i bought this phone for my mom in Ghana and she was very happy because she always tells me that it has a good picture quality and the touchscreen is also very sensitive and again it has a clear hearing. So she LOVE IT and its perfect.