Looking for a phone that will let you enjoy the mobile web seamlessly? Go for a WiFi phone at an affordable budget of Rs 6,000.
Internet penetration has certainly spiked in India recently; and so has the need for wireless internet in homes. Not everyone would like to shell out a lot if they spend most of their time at home or at office or college where there is a WiFi network. You can save quite a lot by spending about Rs 6,000 on a phone that offers WiFi network support.
Here is a list of WiFi phones that cost less than Rs 6,000.
Nokia Asha 302
Enjoying un-interrupted messaging requires a great keyboard. Nokia Asha 302 brings a comfortable physical Qwerty keyboard and features a 2.4 inch LCD TFT display. Running the Series 40 mobile interface, Asha 302 supports a host of Series 40 web apps including popular ones such as Facebook and WhatsApp. Other than that you can install Java or Adobe Flash Lite based apps.
With the four row Qwerty keypad, Asha 302 has fairly large space and action keys just above the keypad. Asha 302 features WiFi 802.11 b/g/n for wireless internet connectivity, besides offering quad-band 3G support. This phone weighs about 100 grams but is slightly stout compared to super slim 8 mm high-end smartphones. Asha 302 sports a 3.15 megapixel camera at the back and promises 6 hours of talk time over 3G. Asha 302 is a good choice for avid social network users to stay connected over WiFi and save some bucks on 3G data.Currently, Nokia Asha 302 is selling for just around Rs 6,000 online.
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