Conclusion: The real problem with the Asha 306 is that it tries to beat Android at its own game - affordable touch screen. This was always going to be a big ask, but at a higher price point and packing inferior hardware, namely the resistive screen, it's not even a fair fight. For £10 less, you could go for a Sony Xperia Tipo , for £10 more you can pick up a Huawei Ascend G300 or the fantastic Nokia Lumia 710 .
Pros: Quirky design, Nokia OS is innovative, Expandable Storage
Conclusion: The Nokia Asha 306 isn’t going to win any awards and is unlikely to trouble the sales of smartphones in this price bracket. Accept it as a phone and it might just pass muster but any higher expectations will leave you wanting more bang for your buck.