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Nokia Asha 501
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Nokia Asha 501

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t-break
8 October 2013
  • Conclusion: The Nokia Asha 501 is a humble phone that at least has a recognizable brand name attached to it, rather than the myriad of cheap Android phones that have flooded the market. The Asha 501 doesn’t try to be something that it’s not, and at the end of the day is a simple and easy to use phone with basic...
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Overall 5
5.0

Nokia Asha 501 ( black)

CNET
27 September 2013
  • Summary: For $99, the Nokia Asha 501 is worth getting if you want a small, simple, colorful feature phone. However, U.S. denizens will have to buy it unlocked.
  • Pros: The Nokia Asha 501 is compact and easy to use. It comes in fun, bright colors.
  • Cons: The low-resolution screen and 3-megapixel camera disappoint.
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Nokia Asha 501 Mobile Phone Review

goldfries
27 September 2013
  • Summary: This RRP for Asha 501 is RM 299, which is a steal, considering the amount of features you get on this little device.
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lowyat.net
2 September 2013
  • Summary: Nokia’s Asha series of devices was developed to be the bridge between its Lumia smartphones and its lower end feature phones. Previously, these Asha devices were powered by a branch of the now-dead Symbian platform called S40, but the Asha 501 runs on a totally new operating system.
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Nokia Asha 501

thinkdigit.com
9 August 2013
  • Excerpt: If you are looking for a budget phone with a good touch screen and a simple interface then the Nokia Asha 501 is the one for you. It is ideal as your first feature phone and gives you the basic functionality as a phone and access to social networking and a basic app library.
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

Phone Arena
7 August 2013
  • Conclusion: Nokia is selling the Asha 501 at a retail price south of $100 contract-free. As low as that sounds, at this price there is already a number of Android device like the Samsung Galaxy Pocket with better functionality.
  • Pros: Colorful, fun and compact device, Great swipe-based interface
  • Cons: Still a feature phone lacking good apps, Captures below average images
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Nokia Asha 501 review: The candy store kid

GSM Arena
5 August 2013
  • Conclusion: Nokia Asha 501 is a great reboot of an already widely popular lineup. The no-nonsense Asha phones have built a reputation for offering great features at an amazingly cheap price, but until now it really lacked in the "fun to use" department.
  • Pros: Dual-band GSM, GPRS, EDGE, Optional dual-SIM support, dual stand-by, hot swappable secondary microSIM, Nokia Asha software platform 1.0, 3" QVGA capacitive touchscreen, ~133 pixel density, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, display auto-rotation, 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM, 40MB internal storage, Data-eff...
  • Cons: No 3G, Low-resolution screen, Fixed-focus camera, No smart dialing
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Nokia Asha 501 Review

YugaTech
28 July 2013
  • Summary: Potential – that’s the word I’m stuck with before letting go of the Nokia Asha 501. It could have been the perfect feature phone for everyone if it weren’t for the low-res display and the lack of must-have apps.
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Nokia Asha 501 review: the ghost of MeeGo

mobility.com.ng
25 July 2013
  • Conclusion: The Nokia Asha 501 is something of a marvel. It is not the power user’s smartphone, and it wasn’t designed to be. This seems to me to be a good attempt at the modern smartphone for emerging markets. It keeps the user connected and lasts between charges.
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Nokia Asha 501 unboxing & preview

mobility.com.ng
17 July 2013
  • Excerpt: The Nokia Asha 501 just arrived MOBILITY Towers spotting a bright red colour. It is powered by the new Asha smartphone platform that has been built with elements of the famed MeeGo OS that ran on the widely acclaimed Nokia N9. MeeGo fans will be interested in how Asha OS pans out.
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