Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Nokia Asha 302 - Photo Unboxing

Just for a bit of fun I'm going to be using a "dumbphone" for the next week or so which Nokia Connects has kindly loaned me. The model i'm using is the new Nokia Asha 302 which is a compact feature phone with a full qwerty keyboard. It features a 1ghz processor, 3.2 megapixel camera, 2.4" screen, Wi-Fi and Nokia's latest non-touch version of the series 40 operating system. I'll be posting more about it later but for now here are a few photo's with comments.

Front of the box, compact and typical Nokia.

Rear of the box, details it's key features such as wi-fi and 1ghz processor.

Open the lid and the phone is there on display.

I do like the silver/grey colour combination, looks and feels like a premium product.

The back is metal, curved to sit nicely in the hand. Sadly no flash for camera or torch use.

USB, headphone and charger ports on the top.

Memory card slot, top left hand side.

It takes a standard sized SIM card, not micro.

The rest of the box contents, manual, headset, battery & charger.

Basic headset included in the box, ok for calls and radio.

UK charger, quite a low output (450mA) for a phone with a 1320mAh battery.

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