Nokia Asha 201 Review

Nokia Asha 201 is a phone that can be described as a smartphone in the “light” version. In the description of the Nokia Asha 201, we should start from the fact that the Finnish manufacturer did not provide a 3G network or Wi-Fi connection for it.

Right at the start, we can say that this is a cheaper phone that is primarily intended for telephoning, “Facebook”, messaging and listening to music. In addition, there is a quality FM radio and the option to expand your memory up to 32GB with the help of a microSD card.

Nokia Asha 201 features

Nokia has decided to install a small 2.4-inch screen in the Asha 201, which fully satisfies all your needs that do not stand in conflict with the capabilities of the phone itself. The screen is not touch-sensitive, so navigating through the menu is done via the center button. Shortcut keys are certainly helpful, ie for quick access to certain content. To use social networks, there is a “Social” button.

The software is not something that the Nokia Asha 201 can boast of, because it is an old operating system, which has gone out of fashion. This reflects a bit on the menu itself and moving through it, as the desired options will be entered a little slower.

The story is similar with internet content due to the mentioned lack of 3G and wireless internet connection. Nokia’s Ovi Store is a little harder to access, but most apps open instantly and work without any issues.

One of the main features of the Nokia Asha 201 is listening to music, but the advice is to take a memory card with this phone and record your favorite songs on them because the internal memory is quite small. The disadvantage is that there is no special button for adjusting the volume. A standard 3.5mm audio input is intended for headphones.

The design is perhaps the best thing about this phone. Of course, which color you choose is up to you (white and pink are on offer). Nokia has made sure that the phone does not slip out of your hand, thanks to the good plastic that simply sticks to your hand.

At Nokia, they say that the battery is able to last up to 7 hours of talk time or 52 hours of constant listening to music, which is certainly commendable. A 2-megapixel camera is in charge of photography.

With everything in mind, we can say that the Nokia Asha 201 is a phone that fits the price range in terms of quality. With a price in the budget range, it belongs to the class of the cheapest, so if you do not have excessive requirements, choose the color and Nokia quality will not disappoint you.

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