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good camera but horrible reception
megg2309 has owned it for more than one year before publishing this review
good phone for someone who wants an easy transition from a normal/standard keypaded phone to a touch screen.
very bad reception, I've had people ringing me on my house phone just to let me know that they are calling my mobile nr and they are fed-up with the unavailable message. Bought it cos I thought that my 2year old would not know how to operate it as it's a touch screen and normal keypad operated (worked for about 5-6 months)
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daneos has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
The Nokia Asha 300 is a good phone to have if you lose your phone and will only be using it for a short amount of time. I kept mine and used it whenever I lost or couldn't find my phone. Not having wi-fi connectivity is a huge flaw, but is partially made up by the internet sharing option.
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arnojanam has owned it for more than one year before publishing this review
Nice phone with good camera. call quality is excellent. high speed proccesor. 2G speed is very low but 3G is high speed. resistive touch screen was not performed good. it has a low battery life. it lack wi-fi and gps.
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Abhijith56 has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
which is a quite nice phone that i had used for the last 8 months and have good 3.5G network. 5mp camera and video recorder with 30fps but lack auto focus. but low battery life. it lack wi-fi. and low screen resolution of 240*320.
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This phone is just a phone with HSDPA
ivanzinho has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
If you receive a call, it just shows the contact name, not its number what it's really important in order to differentiate if the contact is calling from the work, home, cellphone, and so on. Keys are very hard to press, "send" and "end" keys are very thinner, this is annoying because you have to be very sure you are ending the call or calling. Resistive touchscreen sucks. I just use it to make calls and connect to internet via bluetooth. Internet is really fast.
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