- Size (LWH): 1 inches, 1 inches, 1 inches
- Weight: 8 pounds
Nokia - Asha 311 Dark Grey 4GB included Factory Unlocked International Version PENTA BAND 3G HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 by Nokia -
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- 3.2 MP Primary Camera
- 3-inch LCD Capacitive Touchscreen
- Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
- 2G and 3G Network Support; FM Radio
- Wi-Fi Enabled
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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To understand why the Asha line isn't found among North American GSM carriers however, one must first understand that North American network success is measured by profitability first and THEN innovation. Nokia has reversed that equation in two ways: (1) By compressing high speed data through their own servers, one can take full advantage of the internet without a required high-cost smartphone data plan and (2) The Asha is LOADED with features and apps found on phones 3-4 times its price. In other words, the Nokia Asha 311 is not economically advantageous to any carrier that would prefer seeing its customers shackled into a 2 year service contract with an expensive smartphone data plan. Not surprisingly, the Asha line is VERY popular in countries outside the US. Indeed, more than 26 million Asha phones have been sold on the global market.
With the Nokia Asha 311, one can use a low-cost feature phone data plan and have full access to Facebook, Googletalk, Twitter, Nokia Maps, Weather Channel, WhatsApp, etc, and still save 3/4 of what you would spend for the same thing otherwise. For example, with the Nokia browser one can easily access email and YouTube. US GSM carriers have rendered this next to impossible on their feature phones. One would assume that with all the Asha features, battery strength would be an issue? Not at all. One can easily go several days between charges, even with regular use. Amazing.
Bear in mind, the Asha 311 is NOT a 4G LTE smartphone.Read more ›
Unlocked! I can use it anywhere and with anyone
Great call quality
Gorilla Glass screen
Easy texting interface (there are reviews out there that claim it only has a keypad in portrait but you can change it to qwerty in the settings)
Easy to use (you can pick up this phone and pretty much know how to use it in about 30 seconds)
Physical Call and End keys
Proximity sensor turns the screen off so you don't hang up with your cheek
Screen size (it's small but it fits everything in there tho)
No flash on camera (for this price I can't complain but it is what it is)
Summary: Buy this phone! It does everything you need and looks great doing it. It's not a "Smart Phone" but it does everything one does. If you want tons of pointless apps then this isn't the phone for you. If you want a reliable, portable, sexy and usable device then pick this one up and you won't be disappointed.
Wifi connects well (I'm not a very heavy user of the internet over the phone, but I have streamed videos occasionally and didnt think it bad). I do not use the 3G feature so I'm not bothered about it. The screen size may not be the best for watching videos (having said that I don't think a 4-inch screen does any better). The 3.2mp camera is good (again I'm not very picky about the images). There is no flash (but the flashes I've seen on many phones were not so impressive, so I don't miss it). There is a qwerty keyboard while in landscape mode.
I have synced up my email and calendar so I get email and also meeting reminders on my phone (the syncing happens when I'm connected to WiFi)! My son loves playing games on it.
I wanted a good looking, not too large, touchscreen phone which operates very well as a phone and moderately well as a camera, video/audio player, internet browser, email device, etc.. and I can say for sure I got it.
If you use the internet on your phone at all times, this probably isn't the phone for you. The standard Nokia browser sucks and is kinda slow. Plus, the smallish screen size makes typing an exercise in pronounced concentration and backtracking to delete typos.
If you text up a storm 24/7, this also probably isn't the phone for you. Again, the dodgy keyboard.
But if you're looking for a nice solid phone as an upgrade to your old "dumb" phone, then this might be the phone for you. Remember what cell phones used to do? Y'know, make and receive phone calls? Well, if you're one of those old-fashioned types who still use your phone as ..... well ..... as a phone, then the Asha might be the right phone for you. I personally went with the Asha because reviews said that the call quality was very good, and I can confirm this in most situations.
And if you think of the other smartphone-y functions as merely a bonus, then this phone works well in that regard. I don't have a data plan, so I can't vouch for the data plan connectivity. The Asha, however, connects easily to my home's wi-fi network (it's pretty easy to turn on and off from the home screen). Checking Facebook and email is a cinch whenever I turn on the wi-fi antenna.
Other smartphone-y functions:
- If you text only occasionally, this phone works fine. Receiving and reading texts is a cinch, however.
- The calender/to-do list is a bit clunky, but it works fine after you get used to it. Very useful function if you keep daily reminders.
- The camera's quality is meh, but it's available. The camera can also record video.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this phone. Every now and then I need to remove the battery and reinsert it to get the touch screen to work again, otherwise a great phone.Published 7 months ago by Marieken Volz
This is the best semi-smart phone you can buy. I recommend you update the firmware/software using Nokia Suite rather than the OTA update, as the software update WILL BE DIFFERENT. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Eddy Liao
Using this in a test lab. It works well except that it will not run on charger alone, thus I always have to pause my tests to let it recharge.Published 16 months ago by Johnathan L.
I loved it. It is a small but complete phone. Box arrived in poor condition. if you can use in Venezuela.Published 17 months ago by Sorangel Diaz