Friday, February 15, 2013


Nokia Asha 310 Review - Dual sim Phone with 2G & wi-fi support

In the crowded market of Android and Windows phone, Nokia as a true underdog has silently launched another phone, the Nokia Asha 310 - A dual Sim full touch screen phone. Asha 310 is improved version and successor of Asha 309. The key features of the phone are capacitive touchscreen of  3.0 inch, 1Ghz Processor and Wi-Fi support . The phone is based on S40 Asha UI.

It has a very typical UI very much similar to the Symbian belle of the Nokia N8. Nokia Asha 310 has dual Sim feature allowing the users to switch their SIM cards while keeping their phone switched on. But it's necessary to have the primary SIM1 in order to use SIM2.

Nokia Asha 310 review
Nokia Asha 310

Nokia Asha 310 comes with 2 megapixel Camera

Asha 310 comes with 2MP camera which is just to add some coolness to the phone i.e. having a camera for the sake of a camera. Quality of pictures taken is decent and nothing extra-ordinary can be expected with a 2 MP phone either. Asha 310 lacks secondary camera which is expected these days from most phones.

Wi-Fi and 2G support 

One of most attracting feature would be wi-fi support which is one of the most needed things in today's life with. It even supports 2G and it can run popular messaging and social apps like whatsapp and facebook.Asha buyers can exchange data between devices using Bluetooth 3.0 and surprisingly it even supports micro USB 2.0.

The phone is powered with 1,100mAh which should work great for 3 inch display. The battery test claims to  stand for 17 hours which is a lot better than most phones offer these days. The phone offers microSD card  for upto 32GB.

Nokia Asha 310 Price

It is exacted to priced around $120 which is  around Rs. 6000 In Indian currency. The phone is worth its price for the feature set it offers as these days for that much you cant really expect to get any smartphone.

Irrespective of losing it's number one position in market. Nokia still remains the trusted brand for sturdy handsets and seems to be creeping up slowly but surely with the help of its Lumia devices. This phone has been created for people who prefer Nokia and want luxury of owning a touchscreen smartphone in lower price range.
In the crowded market of Android and Windows phone, Nokia as a true underdog has silently launched another phone, the Nokia Asha 310 - A dual Sim full touch screen phone. Asha 310 is improved version and successor of Asha 309. The key features of the phone are capacitive touchscreen of  3.0 inch, 1Ghz Processor and Wi-Fi support . The phone is based on S40 Asha UI.

It has a very typical UI very much similar to the Symbian belle of the Nokia N8. Nokia Asha 310 has dual Sim feature allowing the users to switch their SIM cards while keeping their phone switched on. But it's necessary to have the primary SIM1 in order to use SIM2.

Nokia Asha 310 review
Nokia Asha 310

Nokia Asha 310 comes with 2 megapixel Camera

Asha 310 comes with 2MP camera which is just to add some coolness to the phone i.e. having a camera for the sake of a camera. Quality of pictures taken is decent and nothing extra-ordinary can be expected with a 2 MP phone either. Asha 310 lacks secondary camera which is expected these days from most phones.

Wi-Fi and 2G support 

One of most attracting feature would be wi-fi support which is one of the most needed things in today's life with. It even supports 2G and it can run popular messaging and social apps like whatsapp and facebook.Asha buyers can exchange data between devices using Bluetooth 3.0 and surprisingly it even supports micro USB 2.0.

The phone is powered with 1,100mAh which should work great for 3 inch display. The battery test claims to  stand for 17 hours which is a lot better than most phones offer these days. The phone offers microSD card  for upto 32GB.

Nokia Asha 310 Price

It is exacted to priced around $120 which is  around Rs. 6000 In Indian currency. The phone is worth its price for the feature set it offers as these days for that much you cant really expect to get any smartphone.

Irrespective of losing it's number one position in market. Nokia still remains the trusted brand for sturdy handsets and seems to be creeping up slowly but surely with the help of its Lumia devices. This phone has been created for people who prefer Nokia and want luxury of owning a touchscreen smartphone in lower price range.

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