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Nokia Asha 303 vs Nokia Asha 300

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Reasons to consider the Asha 303

3.5G
Keyboard Has a full keyboard QWERTY keyboard vs None A physical keyboard is great for emailing and typing in general
Touchscreen type More touch sensitive screen Capacitive vs Resistive Capacitive screens are much more sensitive to the touch of your fingers
Standby time More standby time 30.5 days vs 22.9 days More than 30% more standby time, less frequent charging
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Reasons to consider the Asha 300

3.5G
Numeric keypad Has a numeric keypad Physical numeric keypad vs None Numeric keypads make dialing phone numbers fast and easy
Camera resolution Higher resolution camera 5 MP vs 3.2 MP Take photos with around 60% more detail for larger prints
Size Smaller 49x112x12 mm vs 55x116x13 mm More than 20% smaller
Thickness Slightly thinner 13 mm vs 14 mm Around 10% thinner
Weight Slightly lighter 85 g vs 99 g More than 10% lighter
Screen PPI Slightly higher PPI screen 166 PPI vs 153 PPI Around 10% crisper display of text, images and video

Competitors

Common Pros and Cons

Compared to recent cellphones

Pros Cons
Standby time Long standby time
Asha 303:30.5 days
Asha 300:22.9 days
compatibility-score Works with many headphones
1.0
FM Radio Both have built in FM radios to listen to news and music from FM stations
Listen to music from your favorite stations
Screen type Both have LCD screens, not as bright and vivid as most
LCD screens is generally not as bright or as vivid as OLED
Multi-touch Neither supports multi-touch
Only one finger at a time on the touchscreen
Movie format Standard resolution video
Asha 303:480p @ 15fps
Asha 300:480p @ 30fps

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