- Thomas Newton , Recombu
If you want something that will give you a solid battery and do the basics then the Nokia Asha 201 is ideal - functional, inexpesnive, unfussy.
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The Asha 201 does the basics with minimum fuss and it's very affordable
The Nokia Asha 201 does the basics with minimum fuss and costs a super-inexpensive £45 on pay-as-you-go. Battery life is great and we like how easy it is to find your way around everything. The music player is pretty basic but we like that there’s support for all of the main audio files and microSD cards of up to 32GB. Surfing the web, checking Facebook and Twitter is more hassle than its worth on the Nokia Asha 201 - without 3G or Wi-Fi web services really crawl at a snail’s pace. If you want something that will give you a solid battery and do the basics then the Nokia Asha 201 is ide... Full review
A cheap mobile that looks and feels better than some devices two or three times its price
As you can tell, there are a lot of shortcomings but the Asha 201 has a standout feature. It can record radio, which is unusual even in smartphones and quite handy. Performance from the processor is reasonable too.
Sadly, that's it for the positives because the Asha 201 has a few gaping holes in its armour. For one thing, it doesn't have Wi-Fi connectivity, so data will always be eaten up when using the device - even at home. It also doesn't have 3G, which means checking your social networks or downloading an app is a slow, tedious process, defeating the social networking strength we... Full review
Comfortable in the hand, screen is sharp and bright, long battery life
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- Nokia Asha 201 Manual (PDF)
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