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NOKIA Asha 309 Pro Reviews

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Finally, the Nokia Asha 309 in today’s market will have a single argument to make to its buyers - price. Selling for around $105 - $110, it is almost as affordable as the bottom low of Android, the 2.8-inch Samsung Galaxy Pocket (sold for around $115). And if you really want a similar, 3-inch display, the Android-running Samsung Galaxy Y (sold for $130) and the LG Optimus L3 (some $130), are only slightly costlier, but worlds apart in terms of the experience. We do understand, though, why Nokia is releasing the Asha 309. Windows Phone cannot yet go as low as Android in smartphones, and the company is trying to hit price points just below the most affordable ‘Droids. The sad reality however is that there is a world of a difference between smartphones and feature phones, and only a tiny price gap. With Java frustration instead of real apps, dead-ends instead of sharing options, Series 40 - even with its new interface and on a capacitive display - looks terribly dated.
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Published on:
Dec 19, 2012

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