It has finally reached the TP Hideout!
The much-anticipated and ultra-cute Nokia Asha 311 has finally landed on Philippine shores! This 'smartphone lite', which comes in five colors - namely, Blue, Dark Grey, Rose Red, Brown, and Sand White - is now available across the archipelago for only Php 5,650!
Nokia Asha 311 ships with 4GB memory card and a free 'games package' from EA, which include the company's top titles like Need for Speed The Run, SimCity Deluxe, Bejeweled, The Sims Medieval, and Chuzzle, among many others!
At the rear of the packaging, you'll find a list of the phone's key technical specifications and features; S40 Asha OS, Bluetooth 2.1, 3G/HSPA, scratch resistant capacitive glass screen, 3.0" WVGA display, new Nokia Browser compressing data up to 85%, FM Radio, MicroSD card slot supporting up to 32GB, up to 14 hours of talk time and 29 days of standby.
Nokia Asha 311 runs on a 1GHz processor, which is already very powerful for such a device. Oh, and if you're wondering, the phone flaunts a Gorilla Glass touchscreen which is highly resistant to scratches.
Let's lift the cover!
For tree-huggers: Nokia Asha 311 packaging is 100% recyclable. And it doesn't have glossy finish or laminate making it even more environmentally friendly.
Here are the other stuff in the box:
Our unit came from Finland so we got this three-prong charger. Of course, if you're purchasing your Nokia Asha 311 in the Philippines, you'll get a familiar charger with two prongs.
Just the regular earphones, which you can use for calls, and for listening to FM radio or playing your favorite music tracks.
The microUSB to USB cable connector for connecting your phone to a Mac or PC.
Nokia Asha 311 comes with a standard Li-Ion 1110 mAh (BL-4U) battery delivering up to, as earlier mentioned, 29 days of standby and 14 hours of talk time.
Of course, we have this manual where we can learn more about how we can maximize our productivity while using Nokia Asha 311.
Sure it looks cute; But what makes Nokia Asha 311 truly special? How does the new Touch S40 UI look? Well, you can learn more about this handset and its operating system via TechPinas' Nokia Asha 311 Philippines and Nokia Asha 311 Touch posts.
Next: We'll turn on the phone for the first time! Stay tuned, TP Friends!