Nokia is back again with another addition to its Asha series. Though, the market value of Nokia has been going down lately and other mobile companies are taking over its position, but still with all its effort, it’s bringing new competitive products in the market. This new Asha 305 is claimed to be the cheapest dual SIM touchscreen phone with new updated browser and smartphone-like experience.
The display of Asha 305 is of 155 pixel density and 3-inches with resistive touchscreen. This is quite a drawback as the touch feels really clumsy and uncomfortable while the pixel density is cheap too which gives a poor quality to screen. The camera at the back is 2-megapixel and unfortunately, it is fixed-focus. There is Nokia Maps and multi-touch gallery, where, with even the bad touch you can pinch zoom the pictures.
Apart from the screen, there is microSD card, which supports up to 32GB, a standard microUSB port, and a 2GB microSD card comes free within the box. The loudspeaker sound quality is quite good. It has a hot-swappable SIM slot which comes with the SIM management app, and above all, you can also get access to the Nokia store. It embraces an 1100 mAh Li-Ion battery which is not much of a surprise. Overall, the Asha 305 is indeed a cheapest touchscreen dual SIM , but the poor hardware quality is not as promising as Nokia claimed it to be.