like Nokia's Asha Platform handsets (starting with the Asha 501) haven't been
holding up very well since their 2013 launch. Disgruntled Nokia Asha owner Antonio
Papa has resorted to a petition to bring some very frustrating experiences with
the popular "borderline smartphones" to Nokia's attention. While the
company doesn't seem to be responsive to user complaints (there wouldn't have
been a petition otherwise), the list of complaints is extensive. It begins with
the simple fact that the pre-installed Facebook app won't even work out of the
box - the user needs to install a Nokia-authorized ...