Nokia Asha 203 Review, Price and Specifications, At last the Nokia Asha 203 got the hands of the customers on it. There’s no doubt in saying that the smartphone is a truly leading the mobile world. The new smartphones really come up with sky raising prices which a normal or student class customer cannot purchase it. So for individuals who are unable to afford such high prices, Nokia believes in itself by offering it’s the solution with its latest line of Series 40 handsets — the Asha 202, 203 and 302. The fresh particularly low end additions to Nokia’s Series 40-based Asha series aim to offer a lot of bash for very little money.
Nokia Asha 203
Nokia Asha 203 came out with its identical brother, Nokia Asha 202. The Nokia Asha 202 and 203 are one and the same apart from for one feature that is the Asha 202 is a dual-SIM handset, while the Asha 203 only supports single SIM card.
Nokia Asha 203 came with a classical candy bar form factor. It has T9 keypad. Nokia Asha 203 is alphanumeric so you need to multi press each key to form words when typing texts and emails which is something really not so impressive. It has also a 2.4-inch QVGA resistive touch screen. The user can experience that the screen is resistive and it demands somewhat more effort and concentration to get used to it. This is the one point where the Nokia has cut the price of this handset. The Asha 203 has a better battery life with Li-Ion 1020mAh, which gives stand by up to 650 hours, talk time up to 5 hours and music play up to 25 hours.
It has a quad band GSM support, 2 megapixel camera and up to 32GB storage expansion via micro SD. Nokia Asha 203 phone works on Series 40 OS. The home screen of Nokia Asha 203 is fully customizable. Now you can modify the display according to your priorities like you can put your favorite games, applications and contacts with photo on home screen of Asha 203. It also poses a lock button in sidebar and at top USB port, 3.5 mm audio jack and charger pin socket. It has been presented in three colors that are Dark Red, Dark Grey, and Silver White.
All in all, it has all the features that user expect with the mobile. Although it is not a smartphone but it can give you pleasure of touch screen and other applications and games. This could be the best choice for the Nokia users and those who do not like the touch screen typing emails and messaging as Nokia Asha 203 Review offers a traditional alphanumeric keypad.