Conclusion: We’ve looked at the Nokia Asha 311 from all sides, but we’ve reserved its most important aspect, the price, for last. The device costs between $120 to $140 depending on the market which puts it in the same category as low-end Android smartphones.
Conclusion: For an extra £20 the Asha 311 throws in quite a few advantages over the cheaper 306 , with a better screen, faster processing power and 3G connectivity -- if you must have a budget feature phone rather than an Android, it's worth the extra.
Pros: Basic but solidly built, 3G, Wi-Fi, free EA games, capacitive touch screen, low price
Summary: At Rs. 7,200, the Nokia Asha 311 is very expensive and not worth a buy at all. We highly recommend you add another thousand and blindly pick up the HTC Explorer . If you want a newer version of Android, more internal memory and a slightly bigger battery, then for a little more, the Sony Xpera tipo...