- Chandrakant Isi , TechTree
This bar-shaped handset is special due to its 1 GHz CPU and it comes pre-loaded with the Angry Birds game.
Reviews (5.5/10 Avg. rating)
Mediocre build quality and resistive touch screen
Superb build quality, no Wi-Fi, 3G support
The Nokia Asha is available for a street price of Rs.7,000; although you can find it for a bit cheaper, if you look online. This is just a ridiculously high price for this phone, all the more, when you can get some very good Android handsets at this price range. The Samsung Galaxy Y, Spice Mi-350n and even the Samsung Wave Y (which is based on Bada 2.0) are all much better alternatives to the Asha 300. Honestly, when the phone first came to our labs, we thought it was under Rs.5,000, since it looks like that sort of handset. Rs.3,000 would be the ideal price for this phone. It may have a 1G... Full review
Cheapest phone to offer a touchscreen, no Wi-Fi, non-hot-swappable memory card
The new Asha series shared the spotlight with Lumia and this should be indicative enough of how important the new budget line is. It's obvious that S40 will be playing second fiddle to Windows Phone but Nokia are in no mood to share the low end with anyone.
And while Windows Phone is Nokia's hope of clawing back lost ground in the smartphone game, Asha (Hindi for hope) should serve emerging markets where changes are no less dramatic. The four models in the Asha series are obviously aware of the priorities of their target audience.
Touchscreen is slowly creeping up the agenda but... Full review
Darn, there are no reviews yet for this phone.
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Manuals / User Guides
- Nokia Asha 300 Manual (PDF)
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