A couple of days ago , the Asha 302 dropped by for a visit, thanks to the nice folks over at Nokia Connects, and today we get to see what’s in the box.
Unfortunately, there isn’t much to say about the Asha 302 package, as it contains only the phone itself, a charger and a wired hands free. I would have liked to see at least a 2GB micro SD card and a data cable. That is are the bare minumum in my opinion.
But I guess it all depends on how you look at the Asha 302. If you buy it as you main phone, you’ll most definitely have some change to spare for a SD card and a data cable, or if you’re buying it as a backup phone, you’ll already have at least a data cable available. Any way you look at it, Asha 302 is a low budget phone, and we shouldn’t hold the lack of some accessories against it.
So without further ado, I give you the Asha 302:
Note: You may hear a reference to TechMobility in the video, and that’s because I posted the video there to, that being my personal blog.