[deleted post]no it does not support talking tom. however there s a talking cat app in the nokia store for this phone. but any1 wil find this app poor in content and graphics compared to talking tom
I bought this phone on 5th NOv. 2012. And i found it pretty awesome. I was planning to buy an android phone but as my budget is less so i didnt wanted to invest in the entry level android phones.. becoz as per my thinking if i want an android phone den i wud buy a higher version. um not saying abt jelly bean. but atleast Icecream sandwich. and above all.. all my frnd who bought entry level android phones r facing problems.. especially on battery back up.. so ultimately i chose Asha 311 and i am happy that i took the right decision. Its features are excellent and execpt 2 cons : firstly it sumtyms cant play youtube video and the speaker sound is as usual less that the other brands.. BUt syill i am very very happy to have
"NOT A FEATURE PHONE NOR A SMARTPHONE BUT A FEAT-SMART-PHONE" becoz its in between a feature phone and a smartphone Nokia Rocks \m/
Anonymous, 07 Nov 2012After one year it is time to return to my beloved Nokia. True solid hardware,service support ,... moreIf this s not PAID comment, then I have to say you're standards are very low for calling asha 311 a masterpiece
its comes with symbian os?
i want to buy this phone.
any one tell me which phone come
with symbian os? thank you
This is not ASHA (meaning HOPE) but NIRASHA (meaning DISAPPOINTMENT)! There are so many bugs in the OS that it feels as though Nokia rushed these out without proper QC or testing. Even Micromax, Karbonn or Spice do not have the kind of silly bugs found in the Asha series phones. The biggest problem is with network connectivity - esp. on the 311. The recent update seem to have amplified the issues rather than resolving them. After having owned several Nokia models over a decade, I regretfully have to part ways with this brand. I might even go for a Micromax phone - which, despite being a re-branded Chinese phone, seem to be of much better quality than these overpriced NIRASHA series phones from Nokia. Nokia RIP!
After one year it is time to return to my beloved Nokia. True solid hardware,service support , masterpiece of industrial design, unlike ALL OTHERS BRANDS
Guys don't beleive in rumors, this is the best smartphone for entry level in low budget & also having good features to call as a entrylevel smartphone in also law budget & IF U HAVE SOME MORE MONEY IN POCKET THEN GO NOKIA 500 OR 603, U WILL NEVER REGRET TO BUY THEM,TRUST ME & ENJOY IT.
No android so very less apps. Can't see pdf files or read word files. Media player does not run wide variety of files. Bad battery backup. Biggest flaw is that you cannot make camera silent while taking pics. And sometimes qwerty keypad does not spread in horizontal position which make you sweat while typing . A average phone at reasonable price.