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?
A Very Nice Phone.....It takes a back lumia photo....Merci beacoup Dear Nokia !!!
i guess this is a traditional candy-bar alphanumeric s40 series phone wc is my traditional favorite...but why it has only 65k colors and a 1.3 camera....but anyway its price is for the budget-conscious, thats why!!!
In a world of quad core A9s ,NOKIA thought of releasing these Asha pathetic useless phones. I dont know where nokia is going with this $hit :-(