August 2, 2012 by Daniel Redmond
Let’s talk about the design. Well, this phone doesn’t excel at this part, being a very simple one, the only interesting side is that it has a qwerty keyboard, making it easier for texting and chatting. It may come in several colors like Dark Grey, Mid Blue, Plum Red, White, Golden Light. The display is a 2.4 inches TFT, quite basic but does it’s job. The phone is quite right-sized at 115.2 x 58.9 x 13.5 mm with a 106g weight it fits well in the hand.
– 1 Ghz CPU
– Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, Adobe Flash Lite
– Radio: Stereo FM radio with RDS
Data transfer can be made by many methods, the Asha 302 featuring Class 33 GPRS, EDGE ( with speeds of up to 14.4 MB/S ), b/g/n wi-fi, bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR and a microUSB port.
Internal memory reaches 100 MB, of storage space, 256 MB of ROM and 128 RAM. It also benefits from the possibility of extending the internal storage space to 32 GB with a microSD card.
– SNS integration
– MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player
– MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC player
– Voice memo
– Predictive text input
The battery is a standard Li-Ion 1320 mAh with a stand-by time of 830 hours and a talk time of up to 9 hours which is quite impressive. During music play battery acts also good, reaching up yo 50 hours.
The 3.15 MP camera does it’s job and it’s suited for this price. It also captures VGA videos at 15 FPS.
In the box you’ll find nothing more than the phone, the battery, charger, stereo headset and a quick-guide leaflet.
To sum up, I’ll say that the Nokia Asha 302 is a quite basic phone but thanks to the qwerty keyboard and the connectivity options, it’s a good phone for texting, browsing and chatting, I would say perfect for youngsters who chat a lot and need a simple phone with good battery life. Check out the deals out here and start chatting everywhere in a blink of an eye!