Nokia announces Asha 309 and dual-SIM look-alike Asha 308: Series 40 on a capacitive touch screen
0. phoneArena posted on 25 Sep 2012, 01:37
The Nokia Asha lineup, the company’s most affordable feature phone series, just got updated with two brand new additions: the Nokia Asha 309 and its dual-SIM sibling, the Nokia Asha 308…
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1. No_Nonsense posted on 25 Sep 2012, 01:39 6 0
The Asha series will be a hit in emerging markets and that's for sure.
2. eisenbricher posted on 25 Sep 2012, 01:42 5 0
It's a pleasure to see how nokia has managed to improve it's s40 lineup. Both in terms of software and hardware. I'd never buy a feature phone though, this one looks like a good VFM phone, maybe correct for my technologically dumb sister.
6. ogy_dogy posted on 25 Sep 2012, 04:04 4 0
" technologically challenged " is the term :D lol
3. phil2n posted on 25 Sep 2012, 02:36 3 0
this is very useful as a basic hand-phone use..
dual oh its dual
4. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 03:41 8 0
they are basically feature phones but with powerful maps!! better than apple maps!
5. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 25 Sep 2012, 03:43 3 1
i wish that they stop these s40 foolishness!stop calling it a smartphone coz its not!! a smartphone can multitask.. asha touch cant do that!
and just develop meltemi or that linux base!!! and im waiting for smarterphone team!! at least their OS is better than s40! not to mention can do multitasking!
7. ogy_dogy posted on 25 Sep 2012, 04:06 0 0
I wish these or the 306 vere out a few months back, my mom would have loved this, even though she is enjoying her asha 302....
8. Cyan3boN posted on 25 Sep 2012, 05:29 4 0
although not a smartphone contender, it does look solid.
9. -box- posted on 25 Sep 2012, 07:42 1 0
I agree with the above, not a true smartphone. A smart feature phone (like the iphones) but not a true smartphone, despite the inclusion of WiFi and apps. My Nokia 5230 Nuron I had was classified as a smartphone, based on S60 or S^3, and it could run circles around then-contemporary iphones, it wasn't a true smartphone, though I liked thinking of it as a "baby smartphone" I knew it was just a more refined and advanced feature phone, along the lines of a Samsung Solstice or HTC Freestyle. Just like the Asha series now, essentially.