Introducing the new Nokia Asha Family

Hey folks,

Today at the NOKIA WORLD EVENT, Nokia has unveiled their new budgeted, simple yet powerful Series 40 based ‘Asha’ range of phones.

There are 4 handsets in the Nokia Asha Family- Nokia 200, Nokia 201, Nokia 300 and Nokia 303.

1) Nokia Asha 200:-

The Nokia Asha 200 is a very compact QWERTY phone with Dual Sim support (Easy-Swappable). Nokia Asha 200 comes with a very good support for social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, etc and it will be available before the end of this year.
For more info- CLICK HERE

2) Nokia Asha 201:-

The Nokia Asha is the single sim variang for the Nokia Asha 200. It has been built aiming at the young music lovers. It has loud speakers and superb FM radio support. And with the 2 megapixel camera plus 4x digital zoom, it captures superb images. WhatsApp client is also supported.
For more info- CLICK HERE

3) Nokia Asha 300:-

The Nokia Asha 300 is the next phone in the Nokia Asha lineup, featuring a touchscreen with a keypad. It is a 3G phone with a fast 1Ghz processor inside it for multitasking support. And with a 5 megapixel camera, it captures spectacular photos too.
For more info- CLICK HERE

4) Nokia Asha 303:-

The Nokia Asha 303 is the most beautiful phone in the Asha range. With both QWERTY keypad and touchscreen with 1Ghz processor, it is as powerful as a smart phone. Supports 3G, WiFi & Nokia browser, so that you can enjoy high speed internet on the phone itself. It also have Angry Birds pre-loaded for your entertainment needs.
For more info- CLICK HERE

Thanks!! 🙂

Source- NOKIA CONVERSATIONS

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