I hope Asha 200 will come to market soon. I've wait for this handset. I've used Nokia phones many years ago..i'm very satisfied with them:
1) Its program is easy to use even
Smart or Low-tech phone.
2) Handset is durable for years
3) Finally : I just want to say Thank You
for everything to Nokia.
Ark, 10 Dec 2011Nokia x2-01 is far better than this .............what do u think?????but the x2-01 it's not a dual sim phone
ayush, 08 Dec 2011is it touchscreen .... othrwise it has excillent features accordin to itz price .....Not Touchscreen.
Some sites are reporting this wrongly as a touchscreen device, but I have seen many videos for this Handset and no one confirms its touch capabilities.
Oh my dear! which one can I choose? Asha 200 or Asha 303 ? both of them has nice specs but how is the brightness of the screen under direct sunlight?
is it touchscreen .... othrwise it has excillent features accordin to itz price .....
Hi, what is the file type that we can use to record fm radio? And can it be recorded on to memory card? Thanks.
Sujeet, 02 Dec 2011Can any one suggest whether Nokia Asha 200 can be used as Modem for internet connectivity.yes it can be used as Modem..
Yes , it can be use as a modem but you microUSB data cable or your have bluetoooth and nokia pc suit or ovi suit.
Asha 200 is nice. if one other option can added then it is best that is Torchlight. It is more useful for all in nights.
Can any one suggest whether Nokia Asha 200 can be used as Modem for internet connectivity.
i want dual active phone it was available in Samsung But not in nokia i want to buy dual active and touch screen mobile
Still waiting for a 3G, easy hot swap dual sim GSM quad band (on both sims) smart phone from Nokia. This woudl make it an ideal roaming world phone.
guys i cant understand why nokia dual sim phones donot have enable/disable mode for the sims. nokia is 5 years behind in dual sim segment. wake up nokia.
I really don't know why people are making a big issue of antenna below the handset. Nokia conducted worldwide research on this and considered on the facts like the gripping pattern of handsets during call and network access and network connectivity under various scenario. Usage patterns of mobile handsets require the antenna to be free from immediate blockage and as we hold the handsets to our ears the best possible place to position antenna is either top or the bottom. The top of handsets provide connectors for 3.5mm jack and data cable. The best possible place where one doesn't grip is the bottom of the handset. I personally know this because I had interacted with some R&D people from Nokia.
I have a 5235 and it has antenna at bottom but it never fails to deliver best possible connectivity. Nokia is the leader in the aspects of network connectivity and battery backup Poor Nokia continues to build bulky and heavy handsets just to provide best battery backUp while Samsung LG et al favours sleek looks over endurance!
Friends, Nokia is lagging behind in terms of producing best-looking handsets, providing best screens, incorporating best CPUs and still shying away from Android. Still, Nokia is the leader in Network Connectivity and Battery Performance and so let them decide how and where to place the antenna and also the size of the battery (read mAH rating). Whatever they do, I believe strongly will be in our best interests.