Excerpt: Small and sweet, for those who don't want to spend too much and that too on an ancient device, the Asha 311 is relatively new for those who want to keep it simple. However, there are no popular apps available, contrary to the adverts!
Summary: This is not an Android phone - it is an excellent and less expensive phone that has most of the features of a typical smartphone. This is a great phone for the price. Unlocked, 3G, Corning Gorilla Glass ... Works very well, good reception.
Summary: The call quality is ok, where you can get reception I have been having issues with reception in places my Samsung rugby had no issues. I never could get the phone to update so i don't know if there is a firmware issue with the phone, but I can't get any Internet functionality out of the phone at all...
Summary: The pros: - Inexpensive compared to smart phones - Good set of basic features - Smaller size than IMO bulky smart phones The cons: - GSM in my area has inferior coverage to CDMA. Using this GSM phone gives inferior coverage compared to CDMA phone.
Summary: Basically, treat it as you would your old "dumb" phones, only with more options and functions available, because that's exactly what it is. If you use the internet on your phone at all times, this probably isn't the phone for you. The standard Nokia browser sucks and is kinda slow.
Summary: I bought this because AT&T is raising smartphone prices to unfair levels. This is the closest thing to a smartphone without actually being a smartphone. It cost a third of what my smartphone was costing me and has most of the features. I get unlimited data on this which is very useful.