Nokia re-introduce their latest smartphone from the Asha family. Through the series 310, the Finnish vendor brings a touch screen smartphone with a relatively affordable price.
Nokia Asha 310 is a smartphone with two GSM card slot that is still popular with smartphone users, especially in Indonesia. Not equipped with a physical keypad, you can interact with a variety of menus and features in Asha 310 via the touch screen measuring 3 inches which has brought WQVGA resolution 400 × 240 pixels. Although the actual wide 3 inch screen feels a bit “too small” for a smartphone, it is still quite a lot of users are loyal to the ranks of Asha ..
Another limitation found in the internal capacity of the phone is only able to accommodate no more than 20MB of data. Users must install the microSD card seems to load the data up to 32GB capacity. Connectivity owned Asha 310 is quite good, including Bluetooth v3.0 and WiFi. There is no 3G support, so users should be satisfied with a GPRS / EDGE.
While in the multimedia sector, 2MP camera seems not to attract young people who often share photos on social media such as Facebook and Twitter, which have been installed in the handset. For gaming entertainment, Nokia was generous enough to provide 40 free games EA output. Another positive side, you will get a phone with a battery life capable, ie up to 25 days standby and continuous use up to 17 hours.
Nokia Asha 310 will launch in Asia, the Middle East, Brazil and Africa in the near future at a price of $ 102. We look forward to it.
Brief specification Nokia Asha 310:
Network: Dualband GSM (900/1800 MHz) & Dual SIM
Touch Screen: 3-inch, WQVGA TFT Capacitive
Cellular data connection: EDGE, GPRS
Internal memory: up to 20MB
External Memory: microSD reach 32GB
Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP, micro USB cable, 3.5mm audio jack
Battery: Lithium ion
Dimensions: 109.9 x 54 x 13mm
Weight: 103.7 grams