Here is a list of five must have applications on the Nokia Asha 311 mobile phone for enjoying mobile internet even more.
Merely owning a 3G budget phone does not necessarily save you from boredom. But if used smartly, it can keep you connected with your loved ones, and also entertained. The Nokia Asha 311 smartphone is one such novel device with a low power 1 GHz mobile processor and smartphone-like user interface.
With Nokia Asha 311 you get pre-loaded apps and several other apps can be downloaded to keep you updated about everything around you. The device comes with Nokia Maps preloaded but chances are that you can save time by physically discovering a new coffee shop than by looking for it on Nokia Maps. From staying connected to friends, to entertainment, these are the five must have apps that will help you make the best of your Nokia Asha 311.
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