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.
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.
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!
Summary: I had a Nokia Asha 201 before this one and was looking to upgrade a little but I didnt want a full touchscreen phone as I find it impossible to text, this phone provides the best of both worlds, a touchscreen for navigating round and a full qwerty keyboard for texting.
Summary: You can call smarty! A biggest advantage of the phone is it is a capacitive touchscreen with qwerty keypad ;) which boost up the speed of phone use ! (i. E, typing) the phone comes with 1ghz processor with 128mb ram. More than 120mb internal memory. Which helps the phone to work smoothly and speedy.
Summary: I chose this Nokia because I have very good experience with previous Nokias I owned but mainly because I conservatively still insist on hardware keybord (more and more difficult to find). I am very satisfied with this phone although I am still getting used to the rather small keys of the keyboard.
Summary: at the first impression, you will not find it tempting to the eyes, but it has got few delights in bucket.it is a solid basic mobile phone with a low price tag and a capacitive touchscreen, which is the only reason to bind you to own it.
Conclusion: using Nokia phone is such a hard thing to do as because of its size and design factor as compared to samsung phones under this range. haha it is a nice phone though as its durability is concerned its highly durable, its battery life is good but ITS SIZE AND WEIGHT DIDNT SUIT ME AS samsungoffers...