we’re taking a close look at the Nokia Asha 302, the new cheap mobile phone from Nokia that will replace the Nokia C3.
The Nokia 302 Asha keeps the low price point, solid build quality and the QWERTY keyboard from the C3, but bring everything else up to date.
The Nokia Asha 302 review clip will show you the white version and will tell you more about the design, the keyboard, the buttons and the ports. Also you’ll find more about the 2.4 inch screen and the hardware inside.
The Nokia 302 runs Symbian S40 operating system, so it’s not really a smartphone, but it’s decently snappy in everyday use. You get a bunch of apps, like games, Social stuff, Internet Browser, Media and Music Player and so on.
The Nokia 302 will go for about 150 euros free of contract, but you’ll be able to get it for 1 euro with most contracts.
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