Nokia 300 come well equipped with FM radio

June 30th, 2012
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Nokia as we may have noticed is not that popular as it used to be. There was a time when most of the people would blindly opt for the Nokia mobile phones. Their mobile reviews were awesome and the consumers just loved the features. But that is not the case presently which has lost much of its ground in mobile phone market. And that does not have done good for the brand. So now Nokia has tied up its waist and is ready to rock the consumers with its new mobile phones. Nokia is coming up with a new series of mobile phone called Nokia Asha. Asha is a Hindi word and it means Hope. This literally shows that with this series the company is trying to win back its lost soil. Soon to be launched from this series is Nokia 300.

Its a touch and type handset with touch screen and keypad. This is a light-weighted mobile measuring 112.8 X 49.5 X 12.7 mm and weighs 85 grams in weight. It runs on old and trusted Symbian S40 operating system. The front facing part sports a 2.4 inch touch screen with 240 X 320 pixels resolution. The display has a feature of auto turn off proximity sensor and touch restive screen. The camera in Nokia Asha 300 is of 5 MP quality which can also shoot videos in VGA format. To many disappoint, it does not come with any secondary camera. On the entertainment front, the new Nokia 300 come well equipped with FM radio, multi format audio/video player. It has a 140 MB of internal memory which can be easily increased up to 32 GB. The new Nokia Asha 300 has some pre-installed functions like email manager, the Nokia browser, popular games like Angry Birds Lite. For data synchronization and data transfer it is incorporated with Bluetooth and USB port. And for internet connectivity options it includes 3G, HSDPA, EDGE and GPRS. It doest not have Wi-Fi option in it. For the online life, it gives a speedy connection to the Internet with 3G and an easy to use touchscreen.

Making it a fun filled experience, the user can surf the web faster with Nokia browser and play great games which are pre-loaded on it. It would be available in seven cool shades. Nokia Asha 300 price in India will make it a highly affordable mobile. In fact the Nokia Asha 300 price in India is the main attraction of this mobile which will attract the consumers to a large extent. Nokia Asha 300 price in India would be of entry-level. Since it is yet to be officially launched in the country, this mobile reviews are not known. But after the launch, the mobile reviews can be checked out at different online forums.

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Robert Blume is a well known author and has written articles on nokia lumia 800, samsung mobile, Samsung Galaxy Y Price, nokia mobile, nokia c2-05 price in india and many other subjects.

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