Summary: This phone came imprinted with Movistar on the back, which suggests that it is locked to that provider. But that's not a huge deal for me, since the whole point for me was to test web pages over WiFI. Unfortunately, WiFi doesn't actually work. I can't connect to my home network at all. Internet searches suggest the problem could be solved by adding an active SIM card. That's unlike pretty much every other WiFi-enabled phone on the market.
Summary: I got rip-off with this phone, it was really the company or person who sold it to me not Amazon. This cell phone did not work at all in my country. Looks can be deceiving, the cell phone looks great, but quality was crappy. Never again!
Summary: I bought it thinking it was a smartphone, but it was not. I'm sure this was my fault and I didn't read the description carefully, but I wanted to mention it for all the other people who "skim" and don't read.
Summary: The item described is not the item I got..... An internacional version doesn't mean European version... yes.... that's what I got, a Nokia Asha 311 european version, no portuguese, no spanish options. I escalated this problem to hasslefree cellphones (is it really hassle free?..) they came back giving me some directions to download a real international software version, when I followed their recommendation, in the middle of the installation, the cellphone died....
Summary: The phone is bad for many reasons. The touch screen has failed within 14 months of usage. When making calls, the touch screen is automatically activated. When earphones are on, touch screen doesn't work at times. All in all, its a bad phone to have. I guess Nokia is better for low end phones.