Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Nokia’s Latest Attempt at the Budget Phone Section: Asha 202

The Finnish giant Nokia, after failing to grab the numero uno spot in the high end smartphone section, seems to be pretty desperate towards not letting the ground slide as far as its hold on the medium range handsets is concerned. And why not, the middle range phone has been the forte for the company; if not anywhere else, it is true in India at the very least.
Nokia’s latest attempt at the above mentioned endeavor is the Nokia Asha 202. This phone seems to sporting all the required ingredients to make it a major item in its segment. Since it is a middle range handset, so I would like to mention the price of the handset before going into any kind of details; the price of the phone, friends, is INR 4,149. Now, let us start a tech spec evaluation of the handset.
The Nokia Asha 202 happens to be a dual SIM handset with dual SIM easy swap technology, which allows the users to personalize their respective phones. The Asha has a dedicated SIM manager that allows you to store five times more data than a single SIM.
The handset sports a 2.4 inch resistive touch screen, there is 2MP camera on the rear side of the phone.  This phone has a memory expansion capacity of up to 32 GB via microSD card. Then there is FM radio and Bluetooth. And for the chatty folks it has a chat client Nimbuzz.
It has GPRS, EDGE and USB connectivity, the Asha lacks in the Wi-Fi front. In the battery section the Nokia Asha 202 offers you a strong 1020mAh battery, which gives the users a talk time of around 5 hours in addition to a humongous standby time of 400 hours and a music play time of 25 hours.
These many features with the price tag seem to be quite sufficient to portray a bright future for the handset.
Folks, if you want to purchase the handset and save some bucks for yourself, buy it from the Saholic.com.  
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