We have had the yellow Nokia Asha 210 dual sim a few weeks, here is a quick overview of this little gem.
Striking colour nice and neat, looks like some old predecessors such as the E5,E6 runs well, looks great and is priced very keen in other markets circa 80 euros
Unboxing the asha 210
As you can see it’s size is in between the 720/1020 yet bigger than the nokia 515, it’s not too big nor too small but the screen size may not suit some, it’s small for me but the device is so enjoyable to use, you can excuse that.Between this and the 515 i would pick the 210 personally.
The bottom of the device has nothing to offer, plain with rounded edges.
The right hand side has also nothing to offer, feels like they have forgot something but since it’s a qwerty based design there is no need for any buttons at all. So this is understandable, yet does not make it look any cheaper.
The left hand side holds the sim retainer, in this case it’s a dual sim, the two Sims fit in here one above the other making it easy to swap should need be.
We will have a more in depth review when we have some time as we are constantly using other devices each day but this is a great little phone, I’m very impressed with it so far even thought it’s a qwerty device I love it, and it’s got a lot to offer for its price and it has wifi unlike the nokia 515, this would sell well with the younger generation and very affordable compared to other devices on the market now.