Nokia Asha 202 Review

Nokia Asha 202 has joined the Asha family by bringing a touch screen with a classic alphanumeric keypad and the ability to receive 2 SIM cards, so now our Nokia dual card model (Asha 200) also includes this phone. The Nokia Asha 202 is considered to be a lightweight phone that can be ordered in two colors online.

So, the Nokia Asha 202 has a classic look and weighs only 90 grams. The width of this phone is 13.9 mm, so it can be said that it is not too wide, especially if we keep in mind that this phone is really affordable, and that again offers the use of two numbers.

At first glance, it is a simple and nice phone that comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA touch screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Ok, this screen isn’t exactly the perfection of a screen that responds to our fingers, but if we’re realistic and see how much this phone costs we’ll realize that the Nokia Asha 202 certainly has something to offer.

Nokia Asha 202

Nokia Asha 202 has the biggest advantage precisely because it accepts two cards, and a special advantage for those who have more than one card is that the SIM 2 slot is located on the side of the phone, so if you want to change another card you do not have to remove the battery.

The Nokia Asha 202 has a modest internal memory of 10 MB, but with the help of a memory card it can grow up to 32 GB. GPRS and EDGE connections are there, but the WiFi option is missing. USB and Bluetooth will try to make up for that shortcoming. So, if you have a megabyte in your subscription, you won’t have any problems surfing the net, using social networks, sending emails, and the like.

As for the camera, the Nokia Asha 202 has a modest 2-megapixel camera. There is also an FM radio and a media player. The Nokia Asha 202 comes with a 1020 mAh battery, which is roughly enough for some 5 hours of talk time.

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