Asha-bama: Using the Nokia Asha 311 in the Southern U.S.
23 May 2014
Summary: My LG Xpression just wasn't working for me, so I decided to get a new phone. I already had an active basic phone plan with AT&T and didn't really want a smartphone anyway, so I did some thorough searching (thanks, PhoneArena.com!
Summary: nokia makes good celphones. i've used a few of their phones before and they all have been rock solid, durable phones. i've had the asha 311 for 5 months now and im very pleased with it. its a cute little phone.
Summary: Here are the points I considered while shopping my next unlocked cell phone: 1. Form factor 2. Price 3. GSM quad-band 4. 3G which works on US T-Mobile 5. WiFi (which is purely optional because of #4) No Android phone matched my criteria, so I decided to give Nokia a try.
Summary: I bought this phone so I don't have to pay for huge charges of a smartphone. The features are great. However, don't compare it to a smartphone, because it's not. It is on the smaller side, which takes some getting used to. Great for texting and great call quality.
Summary: Nokia phones traditionally deliver durability an efficiency in functionality and the Asha 311 is no different. Overall I am very satisfied with my purchase. It meets all my expectations for a phone in this price range. The negative is that I did not get a 2GB memory card as advertised