Nokia launched all new Nokia 302 qwerty based smartphone works on S40 platform with 1 GHz processor and comes with basic connectivity which are common in every phones like 3G, Wifi, Bluetooth and 3.2 megapixel camera[No flash]. But it has no GPS support available in it.
- 2.4 inches Display
- S40 Asha OS
- 1GHz processor
- Nokia Browser
- QCIF (176×144) Video player
- Video playback on 30fps
- 3.2 Megapixel Camera
- Wifi , Bluetooth , 3.5G support
- 100MB internal memory and expandable up to 32GB
- USB 2.0 Hi-speed
- 9hour 2G and 5.9 3G talk time battery backup
Let’s Now talk about its review:
Nokia 302 works on old S40 platform which is about 6-8 years old. Hence it has several updates time to time but still no multi-tasking in it and only supports java apps and games. 1GHz processor is not much really necessary for S40 mobiles. I guess 600MHz would be more than enough to handle this OS. It is like any other basic Nokia’s qwerty phones with no excitement in users to buy this phones except customer would buy this mobile by seeing it has 1GHz processor but what’s the use when your mobile doesn’t even use that much resources of your phone. The only I liked about Nokia 302 is its curved body at the edges [4 out of 5 stars for the design]
It comes with a price tag of Rs.6,919 which is very much costly as other mobiles available in the market with this kind of features like Galaxy y[one sim] comes at Rs. 7,000 which is far better than Nokia 302 as it supports GPS and the most important it runs on Android OS. I know that Nokia has tied up with Microsoft to make windows mobile and not to make android mobiles as a result you can see that share of Nokia’s market is falling down so fast.
I won’t recommend you to go for Nokia 302 except you are a Nokia die-hard fan and only wants Nokia mobile into your pocket.