The Nokia Asha 203 is a very basic mobile phone out of the Nokia Asha range of mobile phones. The manual has been listed below if you are looking for a user guide or a how to use the mobile phone. The Nokia Asha 203 has basic connection ability such as the GSM 900 and GSM 850 mobile frequency. There is only a 2G connection and nothing else. It is a basic phone.
The Nokia Asha 203 uses a TFT resistive touchscreen which is a basic screen for most mobile phones. In terms of ringtones these are also very basic being vibration and also MP3 ringtones which are standard with most phones. It also has a speaker and a 3.5mm external jack. Nothing so far is really high-end about this phone and it is much like the Nokia Asha 205 except it has a smaller screen.
The mobile phone has 1,000 entries available for telephone numbers and this is again very standard. The phone also has Bluetooth being v2.1 with A2DP and EDR. It also comes with Class 12 EDGE and also GPRS with microUSB ability. Considering that this phone was released in 2012 the camera is a bit odd as it is a basic 2 MegaPixel camera with 1600×1200 pixels. Video recording is again very basic with 176×144@15fps. That level of video recording is very low and spotty. It is after-all a basic camera with really basic functions. Again this has been reflected in its price.
The Asha 203 still uses WAP but does have MMS and SMS ability. This is a good phone for work if you do not need multimedia and with a standby time of almost 4 weeks makes for a phone that does not need much attention. There is also a talktime of 5 hours and a music playtime of 25 hours. Overall this is a good phone either for someone who just needs basic connections or a teenager as a first mobile phone. The user manual is listed below so you can see the actual phone usage.
Nokia Asha 203