Nokia offers Asha 210 budget-oriented phone

Nokia offers Asha 210 budget-oriented phone

The Finnish Nokia has presented another budget-oriented phone – the Asha 210, which sits between cheap smartphones and ultra low cost cell phones. .

The novelty measures 111.5 x 60 x 11.8 mm and weighs just 97 grams but inside all this you get a 2.4-inch QVGA display at 320 x 240 pixels, 64 MB of internal flash memory, a microSD card slot, a rear 2 MP camera, support for Wi-Fi and a QWERTY keyboard. The Asha 210 will also be available in two models – with support for one and two SIM cards. Both models run Nokia’s Series 40 operating system.

The Asha 210 is available in black, yellow, turquoise and pink and offers a number of special features, which include a special key for running the pre-installed web browser and for services such as WhatsApp/Facebook/Twitter as well as Slam.

The Nokia Asha 210 will be available by the end of Q2 2013. The budget-oriented phone will sell for around USD 72.

Source: CNET.com

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