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Nokia Asha 501 Review: The Perfect Second Phone?

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  1. Matchy says:

    Is it good (easy enough) for senior people? Planning to get this or Nokia 206 for my parents…

    1. Pang Tun Yau says:

      To be honest, the small screen will be a big stumbling block. Your parents may not be comfortable navigating on such a small device, unfortunately.

  2. setuix says:

    For RM299 it looks like a steal, but is it just me or does it look like a stunted (fatter/ wider) iPhone 4. The dual sim sure sounds tempting.

  3. raizil says:

    How the maps is? since there is no GPS

    1. Pang Tun Yau says:

      Yup, there is no GPS, but it uses WiFi data as well as SIM card location to pinpoint your general location.

  4. NZ says:

    The major problem for this phone is the Alarm ring is way too soft. For those who need phone alarm regularly, this is not the right phone. It might be the asha OS problem.

  5. Tai says:

    It will be amaze on how a person can reject a phone just becoz of some simplest thing.
    I only make a 3 second tot for it. becoz it dont have whatspp, so, rejected. Sorry
    If only they build in those popular chatting app

  6. Navin says:

    Too bad no Whatsapp! Otherwise I will definitely buy it…

  7. Jignesh Tanna says:

    there is a problem with facebook push notifications…
    how can i enable it. i am not receiving facebook notifications

  8. Jason says:

    I have this phone as a secondary phone. Its really reliable but as a primary phone, dont bother

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