Conclusion: For its price and looks, the Nokia Asha 502 is honestly not a bad option for those who want a touch-screen device with pseudo-smartphone functionality. It comes with limited internal storage at 64 MB though a microSD slot provides up to 32 GB more.
Summary: very useful and smat also. basically very usefull to senior people who are not familiar to use touch phones. camera is 5mp with led flash, but picture quality is very poor. battery saving application is helpful also.
Summary: The phone is good for a normal user who is not interested in fancy applications. I bought it for my father who just talks and sometimes sends messages. One downside is the Internet experience on the phone and camera quality which are average at most.
Summary: I bought this phone for my dad. I wanted a budget phone with a decent camera and a user friendly operating system. The most important app for anyone in Mumbai is m-Indicator. As a Mumbaikar, that is the only thing I missed in this phone. The phone is great for basic use otherwise.