The Nokia Asha 302 looks like the once popular Blackberry and is a remake of the popular Nokia Asha 201 mobile phone which is also listed on this website. The Asha 302 was released in March 2012 just one month after the release of the Nokia Asha 201. The 302 is an upgrade to what was offered by the 201.
The difference is that the Nokia Asha 302 has a wider network coverage. It covers 3G which was part of the additional facilities and also cover the entire 2G spectrum being GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900. The Asha 302 also comes with a QWERTY keyboard. Storage is 10 times bigger than the 201 coming in at 100MB storage and 128MB of RAM.
The phone comes with GPRS and EDGE both being Class 33. The speed is reasonable considering the cost of the mobile phone and this is at HSDPA 14.4 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps. It also has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n which the earlier version did not have and it also comes out with Bluetooth.
The camera is a bit better but not by much as it comes with a 3.15 MegaPixel running at 2048×1536 pixels. The mobile phone is very basic as it uses WAP and HTML to browse the internet.
With a standby time of 30 days and a talktime of 9 hours it makes for a good phone if you do not have a big budget. You will find the user manual below of the Nokia Asha 302 which you can use to see what other features if offers. Note this mobile phone can be connected to Nokia PC Suite.
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Nokia Asha 302