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We think the Nokia Asha 210 is a QWERTY smartphone like no other. Designed with the social butterflies in mind, this text-tastic stunner, with the world’s first dedicated WhatsApp button, really is something to get excited about. But don’t take our word for it, check out what some of the web biggest tech heads have to say, too.


“It’s design is great for this price, the social features will please many, and there’s just about everything you might need for photos and sharing.”




“The handset is compact and has a sleek, minimalistic aesthetic that’s similar to the Lumia…I especially welcome its smooth, almost chalky feel as well.”

Unleash the Phones

“Build quality is very solid, and I’m pretty sure this little phone can survive quite a lot of drops and falls. There were no creaks or loose parts on our unit, which isn’t really a big surprise considering it’s a Nokia mobile phone after all.”


Nokia Asha 210

“On the front of the Nokia Asha 210 you have an extremely user friendly QWERTY keyboard where each key has a lifted raised contoured surface for ease of typing, and it feels good too.”




” The battery life is what got us drooling. Nokia Asha 210 comes with a 1200 mAH battery. As claimed by Nokia the battery would last up to 46 days on standby on the Single sim version.”



 The Verge

“It’s dedicated social and messaging features will appeal to consumers in emerging markets, offering a low-cost alternative in markets where BlackBerry still maintains a decent market share.”



Pocket Lint

“In the end, the Asha 210 is a great little Qwerty feature phone, which is cheap enough to justify its shortcomings.”