Nokia 300: specifications and reviews

Nokia 300, which went on sale in the end2011, was quite an expected model. From its previous features more advanced features and new features. Read more about the advantages and disadvantages of the device.


The Nokia 300 phone is presented in two colorsolutions: black and red. It is compact and lightweight - 11,3х5х1,3 cm, weight 85 grams. At first glance, it's easy to notice the differences from the earlier 200th model: there is no QWERTY keyboard and navigation buttons. The latter became redundant, since the Nokia 300 TFT screen is resistive touch, that is, it can be operated with any stylus, with or without gloves. Its resolution is 240 by 320 pixels, the diagonal is 2.4 inches, respectively, the density of pixels per inch is small - 167, which worsens how small elements look. The screen supports 262 thousand colors. The brightness of the display can not be changed, it is very bright in the sun, and the viewing angles are not the 300

Between the screen and the keyboard is a panel withbuttons for calls and message center. It is glossy, and fingerprints on it are quite noticeable. The numeric keys are divided into 4 rows, they are rather embossed and well highlighted, so typing text and numbers on the Nokia 300 is a pleasure. But the volume and unlock buttons, located on the left end, are tufty and do not respond so quickly to pressing. All connectors of the model are located on the top end - mini USB, charging and headphone jack.

Specifications for Nokia 300

This model can already boast of havingprocessor with a clock speed of 1 GHz, 128 MB of RAM and support for memory cards up to 32 GB. In most cases, the system works quite quickly, but it still is not capable of multitasking.

The Nokia 300 has a 5 megapixel camera that works withresolution of 2592 by 1944 pixels and can shoot video as VGA (640 by 480 pixels). There is no flash or autofocus. The device supports 3G, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, but it does not have a front camera for video calls. Bluetooth version 2.1 is present, but Wi-Fi, unfortunately, is not provided.

nokia 300 phone

What is the cost of the Nokia 300?The price during the start of sales (December 2011) was about 5,000 rubles, then it fell to 4,000. But today the phone is extremely rare to be found in stores, but on the secondary market it is more common.


Nokia 300 uses the Series 40 OS (6th edition).It has a simple familiar interface that allows you to change the themes, add icons of your favorite applications to your home screen, and change the look of the main menu.

One of the interesting features is the modelcomes with a pre-installed Java version of the game Angry Birds. In addition to it you will find a Nokia browser, an application for Facebook and Twitter, and an email client.

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The phone has a fairly convenient media player,which gives a good sound quality and works with the most popular formats of audio and video files. There is a graphic equalizer, a radio, and since a standard headset jack is used, you can use any manufacturer's headphones, not just expensive branded ones.

In the application for the camera there is a photo editor for basic retouching. Of course, there are a calendar, an alarm clock, a voice recorder, a stopwatch, a timer, a converter.


The Nokia 300 battery has a capacity of 1100 mAh, which, according to the promises of the manufacturer, should work for:

  • 24 days standby time;
  • 6.9 hours of talk time on a 2G network;
  • 28 hours of music playback;
  • 6 hours of video.

A standard charger is included in the kit, and charging is also done when connected via USB (not included).

Customer Reviews

The opinions of real consumers are quiteare contradictory. Most often satisfied with the purchase of those who needed a beautiful-looking basic phone, mainly for calls and SMS. He is good at catching the signal and giving a clear loud sound when talking. But those who were going to fully use all its capabilities, were disappointed.

nokia 300 screen

So, after use, there were such shortcomings:

  • The touch screen responds poorly to touch andperforms the wrong actions. For example, instead of scrolling the list, opens the application. Moreover, many buyers are faced with the need for its repair, and repeated.
  • The plastic body is slippery, and the phone often slips out of the hands due to this. It's a good experience of falling, but the latches on the back cover break off.
  • The case creaks.
  • The phone is susceptible to hangs.
  • The camera is weak in fact, the quality of the pictures is poor.

Summing up

Nokia 300 had all the prerequisites forbecome a popular model. The expectation of buyers, a promising combination of physical keyboard and touchscreen, a good processor, a 5 MP camera - it looked interesting on paper. But in life it turned out that the build quality, the operation of the operating system and the physical components do not correspond to the declared characteristics and the price of the device and deliver quite a lot of inconvenience to users.

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