what no-kia no to micro usb why????
i thought of buying 112 but has no usb then i thought i should wait now 206 and 205 no microusb again even c2-00 has usb why this kodaveri di tae tae tae tae...still i love nokia will buy 112 due to its long battery because of scarcity of electricity though i work in a power plant..hehehehehe
Nice Looks... Good Gift for kids at home or my GrandMother... I hope its Compatible with "Whats App"
Will it be???
I Do see LOGO of Nokia Store on the Display in photos...
Tcool, 26 Nov 2012What does it mean by optional dual SIM?it came out with two models, single-sim and dual-sim..
Nokia knows very well that everyone does not want a smartphone. Old people prefer simple phones. So is the result. People who says that Nokia sucks at making cellphones should start making its own cellphones and believe me, he won't be able to do so. A good company always keeps an eye on every aspect of human needs and then design a product.
AnonD-82037, 26 Nov 2012Truehehe, they dont know the value of this phone yet they think this phone doesnt fit their taste, well nokia categorized this phone as s40 for users who are fun of texting and calling!
gsmarena please confirm it har microusb or not because nokia main site has nothing about it .do help. also usb OTG are you kidding.
AnonD-58170, 26 Nov 2012people like that we called ignorant :-)!True
[deleted post]quit complaining and make your own phone. can you make a phone dumb like this? no, you cant. quit bashing on any nokia thread! i feel so shame on you!
Very nice design.. S40 is for people who wants a simple phone just for calling and texting..
Nothing's wrong with this handset!? why you people is always saying that S40 sucks?
Asha 206 look great especially display, colors, keypads and speakers places at the bottom. if it's 2.0 mp or 3.2 mp camera, it will rule rule 3k to 4k INR range but sadly is 1.3mp and also i feel that navigation button is small. Anyway good approach from nokia to conquer the 2013
We tend to forget too quickly that we all do NOT live in the cities and in the developed world for that matter and that power is not accessible 24/7 as is prevalent in Europe and other parts of the world. Quite a substantial number of people in the world live in rural areas, and in Africa and Asia too. Smartphones are NOT meant for everyone. Where I come from, there are thousands of people who have expensive smartphones but who have very little knowledge of what the phone is capable of, much less, use those features. Even in Europe, you'll find a very limited number of people using their smartphones comprehensively. What's the essesnce of having an expensive, power-hungry phone you'll probably never make full use of? Get off the back of Nokia. Most of you guys criticising Nokia have become cell phone 'authorities' by virtue of using Nokia phones over the years. Slow, they have admittedly been. Windows was an obvious wrong choice. But for chrissakes, get off their back. They still make the best phones. And you know, tell me, don't you have a Nokia with a battery fully charged sitting somewhere in your bedroom or glove compartment acting as a very reliable backup for the times when your almighty Android conks out during the day?