Nokia Asha 311
this product ɪ̣̝̇ƨ̣̣̣̇̇̇̇ excellent
Nice phone though alitle costly.nokia make it more affordable.
13 October 2012
muito fácil de manusear, de utilizar seus recursos, aplicativos, internet rápida.
muito fácil de manusear, de utilizar seus recursos, aplicativos, internet rápida, câmera de ótima resolução, muita praticidade pra gerenciar os aplicativos e menus que você mais utiliza, o vidro da tela tem uma boa resposta ao toque e não risca. ótimo!
03 February 2014
Best in Class
This phone is excellent for day to day use. But can I connect or share internet to my laptop via this phone as a modem ??
21 October 2012
Disappointment from a loyal Nokia user
This is a nice, simple phone -- just what I wanted. I read a lot of reviews about it before buying. I considered only Nokia phones, which I've been using faithfully for many years. (My last model was a Slide 3600, which hints at what I expect from a phone: to be a solid, reliable dialer/texter, that's it.)
But here are the drawbacks which I wish I'd known about before making this purchase.
1) There is no possibility to copy and paste text. Neither in text messages nor in the notes app. Even my old trusty 3600 allowed copy-pasting.
2) One can no longer save text messages under specific folder names, e.g. "Jane" or "family". The only options on this model are "inbox" and a general "archive". Bummer for an avid texter like me.
3) Very few applications will run on this phone. It works only with java apps. Bummer, again. I didn't expect not to be able to use Skype, which has officially discontinued its (previously available) support for java.
And some minor things. You can not adjust the backlight. No flash, and the camera is surprisingly low-quality (3 mix). No list of recently used numbers is available for texting (so you have to dig through your phone book every time, even if you text this person a lot -- in my old 3600 this "repeat addressee" list worked like a charm). No customization is possible, so your background is always black, for example -- you can't set a photo as wallpaper. What they call "wallpaper" is actually a screensaver, which doesn't work like a normal screensaver but simply slides to the side when you need to unlock your phone. There is no actual screensaver option anymore.
There is a countdown timer, but the stopwatch has disappeared. A lot of unnecessary games that cannot be removed - not only from the phone, but even their icons are not removable from the home screen. Alarm is more difficult to snooze for 10 minutes -- awkward interface for this. And the contacts no longer come with a grouping feature (e.g. work, family, etc).
In general, a considerable disappointment. The phone itself is lovely, but these particular features are important to me. That's why I'm sharing them with you. Let us hope for a software update.
27 June 2013