MNB RG: Nokia Asha 201 review

| July 18, 2013 | 6 Replies

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Justin shares some quick impressions in his informal Nokia Asha 201 review:

Here is an informal mini review on the Asha 210.
The evolution of the qwerty phone and comparison with the Lumia 920.
The Asha 210 is a great device for the price $85 AUD, with typical Nokia build quality even if it is a bit on the light side. The matte finish feels really good in the hand. The battery life, to say the least, is awesome. It only has a 2 meg camera but comes with a great feature. Not having a FFC if you want to do “selfies” the phone will guide you into the right position and automatically take the picture. It has a dedicated Facebook button which is region specific as it also comes with a Whatsapp button in other markets.
Nokia also give you 60 days for you to install paid apps for free from the store. The web browsing as you would expect is basic and the screen resolution is not the best with viewing angles limited.
Having said all that this phone is excellent for the price and good value as either a second phone or for text addicts.
Thanks for taking the time to read this and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask. Yours sincerely Justin

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