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Nokia 301 video hands-on roundup

Published by Jon Mundy March 04, 2013

Nokia 301 video hands-on roundup

Published by Jon Mundy March 04, 2013

nokia-301-08Nokia’s announcement of the Nokia 301 should come as some relief for all those looking for a capable camera phone at well under £100. This stylish feature phone offers decent photography in a compact feature phone form factor.

Running on Nokia’s classic light-weight Series 40 OS, the Nokia 301 is perfect for those who simply don’t get on with touchscreen interfaces, but want a solid internet experience and crisp photos.

It’s a beautifully slight piece of kit, the Nokia 301, at just 114 x 50 x 12.5 mm and 120g. It also has a crisp 2.4-inch  240 x 320 display.

The highlight, we reckon, is the Nokia 301’s 3.2-megapixel camera, which is supported by a suite of powerful photographic software, including a burst mode and a panoramic mode.

Nokia 301 hands-on video and pictures

You know what we think of the Nokia 301 at this early point, but what’s the rest of the web saying about it? Here’s a round-up of some of the hands-on video currently doing the rounds.


Here’s the Nokia 301 in yellow. This video draws attention to the phone’s excellent numerical keypad, as well as its ports and key features.

The Nokia Blog

Allow a member of Nokia staff to talk you through the Nokia 301’s key features. You also get to see the Nokia 301 in red, which is nice.


This video talks through how the Lumia design language and smartphone camera experience that has been brought to an entry-level feature phone.


Another Nokia staff member goes through the Nokia 301 spiel. This one goes into the processor at the Nokia 301’s heart, as well as things like security protocols for all you business users.


Finally, let’s see what the good people at Cnet have to say about the Nokia 301. They talk about its sturdiness and the compressions capabilities of the phone’s web browser.

What do you think of the Nokia 301? Let us know in the comments section below.

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