tannu, 10 Apr 2012plz tell me if some 3rd party applications,software support is there or not??
yes it supports 3rd party
softwares mainly java based.
raj, 16 Apr 2012plz don't install 3rd party softwares...you can install uc browser.i am using uc browser.go to www.ucweb.com from your in built phone browser, and search by manufacture company and model number.and install uc browser jar file.the nokia asha 300 model no is on the top writen nokia asha3000.i hope you can now enjoy uc browser facility.good day
jeffstan, 16 Apr 2012does this fon multi-task like c5 or huawei u3100 i need a fon that can multi-task only that---- no multi tasking but only you can read tour sms while doing other works
does this fon multi-task like c5 or huawei u3100 i need a fon that can multi-task only that----
nil, 14 Apr 2012uc browser doesnt get installed in nokia asha 300 .....Pls helpplz don't install 3rd party softwares...
I love this phone. I had to choose between Samsung Galaxy Y and this, but I chose this because I've heard bad reviews from my friends about Samsung Galaxy y. Although, I've held a Samsung galaxy before, I'm still wondering if Samsung Galaxy could have been a better phone. But I love this phone (Nokia Asha 300). It's so user friendly. It's not perfect, but it's good enough for the price. The only thing that bothers me is that I cannot install a PDF reader, which would have been not an issue had I bought the Galaxy Y. Any help on this? Does anybody know how to install PDF reader?
Zenga TV, Angry Birds, Fastest Internet are the top 3 features of the Asha 300.
Asha 300 gives the modern style of hone screen customization facility. The internet usage is become more fastest than ever with the intelligent software designed.
It the first time any mobile maker has released live TV on mobile with special OS that grabs super fast wireless data to watch live TV, on demand programs and IPL matches live and exclusive.
SO just Imagine what could be the speed of the Internet.
Camera: 5 MP is another impressive feature, along with a 4X digital zoom. The camera comes with fixed focus and self timer. There is also an Image Editor for editing images. Video recording is possible at 30 fps in 640 by 480 pixel resolution. There is no secondary camera.
Multimedia: This Nokia handset comes with built in FM radio and the media player supports many audio / video formats like MP3, MP4, 3GPP etc.
Connectivity: The handset supports 3G (10.2 Mbps HSDPA; 2 Mbps HSUPA), EDGE and GPRS networks. There is micro USB port, Bluetooth 2.1 supported and a 3.5 mm audio jack. Do note that the Asha 300 does not come with a Wi-Fi option or GPS.
Cez, 08 Apr 2012Does Nokia Asha 300 have a call-block feature? Thank you. :-)Yes you can.
taj, 05 Apr 2012Hai guys can any one say this mob support you tubeYoutube supported
Nokia Asha 300 has of a 2.4 inches display size, 3G connectivity, battery life is also good. Along with this, there is 1GHz processor and dual sim options. Phone operates on S40 OS, so you can download S40 games and apps
sbharadwaj92, 10 Apr 2012not skype wont work in this phoneWhich is best samsung primo or asha 300?
kus, 06 Apr 2012why...? Nd what mobile is gud to buy in 5960Go for sony ericsson zylo.
this phone is not upto the mark.. Nokia is still failing to act in market.. this phone real fools the buyers..! web browsers is not worth at all. Wondering why they put 3G features.!! i recommend not to buy this phone.!!
In 1999 or 2000 I purchased a simple, basic, phone, a Nokia 2100. It did everything I needed but it was slow, the text was hard to read (perhaps my eyes don’t see as well as they did back then) and write; and, then Nokia stopped manufacturing the necessary battery (In fact the old phone hasn't had a genuine Nokia battery in years). So, in 2012, I decided to up grade to the Nokia Asha 300 with the MP3 player and great 5 megapixel camera (What a joke!!). In fact, the reviews I read before my purchase congratulated Nokia on making an ‘intuitive’ phone/ smart phone combo, retaining all the best features of predictive text and decisive directions of earlier phones, etc. Unfortunately, I find that all the advertising for this phone was simply a LIE. This phone is definitely not ‘easy’, it does not follow the Nokia standards set earlier and it is definitely NOT ‘intuitive’.
Foolishly, I expected the instruction manual to be helpful and in plain English – it is NOT. I also expect the phone to retain BASIC Nokia features, such as the ‘inbox’ and a simple ‘reply’ option (it has a delete option BUT NOT a reply to sender option) so that I can respond to my messages without my having to contact the Nokia Help Desk to say, where is it? (I still haven’t been able to find the ‘VIEW’ option, listed in the training manual on page 34! - it's one of the least coherent training manuals I've ever read!!!)
I was also told that the game ‘Angry Birds’ was pre loaded on the phone but it is NOT. So, I thought, OK, I’ll down load it from the Nokia’s Omi Store but No, it took ages but it won’t let me!!!! (The message said that 'store' ‘failed to down load’ - what does THAT mean???)
I absolutely HATE the pre loaded duff, duff music (The Butterflies’. In the Sunshine’ and “Sleeper Cell’) So I thought, surely, I can get an app that will give me some descent music, perhaps some soothing J S Bach but NO, see previous point.
I am NOT very happy with this new phone.