Secrets of the Nokia Asha 200!

The best thing about the Nokia Asha 200 is its dual sim feature. It is a great example of user-friendly, dual sim phones and is targeted mainly at students. It is low on budget and its plastic surface with a variety of colours adds to the zing factor and hence makes it look cute. Its QWERTY keypad makes it convenient when it comes to writing and sending text messages.

Its curved sides also make it easier to fit within your palm. Another interesting specialty of this phone is the -Sim card management’ feature which enables you to individually manage each of the sim cards and even assign separate ringtones to them. Launched in December in India, it also has the Easy Swap option that enables the user to change sim cards without necessarily turning the phone off. The sim card management feature could actually allow you to manage as well as personalize up to five sim cards with equal ease.se.

The palette on the display supports only 262,000 colors. So, the display is not that smooth. Considering the pocket friendly price of Nokia Asha 200, you really can’t blame it and nor could you ask for more. You could also choose the functions for which each of the sim cards would be used for which is one more thing we can call -neat’. The camera which is of 2 megapixels lacks auto focus and it could actually take you a while to get the focus. Also, the shutter lag takes more than a second which is also annoying. While you could still do away with the photos, fact is that where recording of videos is concerned, you would not really want to do it with this phone simply because of the poor quality of the videos. In fact, the videos are almost unusable. It connects to the Internet via EDGE, so if you have got to upload photos on to Facebook, that could really consume a lot of your time. There is also a micro SD port for mass storage but even transferring through wires could be time consuming. So the only thing we advise you is to remain patient.

The phone’s in built music player displays a wide variety of album art which is certainly the most advanced and cool feature you could find on this phone. The 10MB internal storage that the Dual sim phone offers is relatively microscopic. It also offers a one touch button for instant messaging and chatting via Facebook and other social networking sites. The phone’s battery requires to be charged after one full month if a single sim card is used and you can charge it after three weeks if both the sim cards are used. Nokia Asha 200 comes in bright colours to suit your moods.