Review: Nokia Asha 210

Asha 210 is the latest handset from Finnish mobilephone maker Nokia. This latest member of the Asha line-up carries a design similar to the high-end Windows Phone-powered Lumia smartphones.

The Nokia Asha is one of the most colorful QWERTY keyboard phones available in the market. The design and build qualities in Asha 210 are good like other Nokia devices.


At $72, the handset offers a 2-megapixel rear camera and comes with dual SIM features. The handset is powered by a processor which is below 1GHz, but the Asha 210 is a cheap handset, therefore less powerful processor feels okay to the handset.

The key feature in the phone is its dedicated What’s App button, or in some markets, a Facebook key. But the handset lacks 3G capabilities so that you need to depend on Wi-Fi for internet.

The Asha 210 packs a few features which makes the handset adorable. Though the apps are slow to load, functions such as messaging and the phonebook are very simple to use.  The QWERTY keyboard is very good and delivers excellent typing experience.

The handset comes with S40 OS and sports a 2.4-inch screen that has a 320 x 240 resolution, which isn’t bad. The Asha 210 will be on sale by June 2013.


The Asha 210 is a great handset with the  Qwerty keyboard feature and cheap enough to justify its drawbacks. It has good build quality and memory can be expanded using a 64GB microSD card. Nokia’s Asha 210 is made for those who looking for a budget Android alternative.

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