The Nokia Asha 210 is another great phone in the budget sector of the mobile phone market. If you like the sporty look of the Nokia Asha 210 then you will also like the Nokia Lumia 610 mobile phone. It has a QWERTY keyboard like a Blackberry and this gives it a smaller screen than the Lumia 610.
The Nokia Asha 210 even thought it came out in 2013 only manages 2G networks. It covers the GSM 850, 1900 – RM-926 and also the GSM 900, 1800 – RM-925 frequency range. It does come with an optional dual sim which is useful if you run a small business off from your phone or you move between countries and have a sim for each..
The screen display is nifty at 320 x 240 pixels with a TFT, 65K colors screen. With a 167 ppi pixel density so low you are assured of a long battery life and fewer recharges as it consumes little power when idle. It has the usual basic vibration and MP3 ringtones which you can use and comes with a microSD card slot with up to 32GB of space. The memory is limited at 64 MB space and 32 MB of RAM but the microSD card slot makes up for this.
As for connectivity there is GPRS Class 32, EDGE Class 32 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g. The Asha 210 also comes with Bluetooth v2.1 with EDR and a 2 MegaPixel camera. It is overall a very basic sporty looking camera which will be suited best for a teenager or a person who is looking for a mobile phone for work as it comes with WAP and a battery life of 5 weeks without a recharge.
All in all a nice clean sporty looking phone on a budget. The user manual for the Nokia Asha 210 has bee listed below so you can take a look at all the features on the phone.
You will find the most common settings for the Asha 210 listed above. Also note that you might want to consider upgrading your mobile phone for more options.
Nokia Asha 210