Nokia Asha 501 games and full review

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When it comes to cheap smartphones the Nokia Asha 501 is available at a reasonable price for consumers on a budget, and with the lower end devices some people may expect less in the way of features and apps but this is not entirely the case. Today we are not only looking at the overall performance of the Nokia Asha 501, we are also checking out some of the best games available.

While some games stand out more than others it is worth seeing what ones come recommended and the official Nokia website list five of the best for this model. To start off, Little Big City is regarded as a highly addictive title and this is indeed the case for the Nokia Asha 501, as this game which comes installed as standard will keep players occupied for quite some time.

Assassin’s Creed III is normally a console preferred game, but this is an affordable title with decent graphics much like Real Football, which also comes installed as a demo on this model. Shoot the bottle is another decent game mentioned for the Asha 501 along with Sims 2 Pets, which also has decent graphics for this budget smartphone.

Those of you interested in a full review of the Nokia Asha 501 can watch the YouTube video below that lasts just over half an hour. This in-depth review runs through everything from features and the camera to questions about whether this device is really worth the money.

In addition, we recently wrote about a comparison between the Samsung Galaxy Star Duos vs. Nokia Asha 501 highlighting the Dual SIM handsets in videos. We also discussed the Nokia Asha 501 and provided an 8-minute review that briefly explains the ups and downs of this device, along with the US price of $99.

We hope this gives potential consumers some valuable knowledge when it comes to the Nokia Asha 501. Therefore, we would love to know if you have contemplated getting this model, and if you have what are your thoughts on it?

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Nokia Asha 501 games and full review