Nokia announces new handsets in Asha Range

Today at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012, Nokia has announced three new budgeted S40 based phones in their Asha phones range – The Asha 202, Asha 203 and the Asha 302. These phones comes with great features and on a very good. Read on for more.

  • Nokia Asha 202 :-

The Nokia Asha 202 is a touch and type phone with the same traditional keypad and Easy swap-able Dual sim support. It offers fast and affordable access to internet with the inbuilt Nokia Browser, quick access to Emails and Social Networks with the inbuilt Social Client. It also offers 40 EA Games gift to serve your entertainment needs.

Check out the Promo Video – Here

Full Specifications – Here

  • Nokia Asha 203 :-

The Nokia Asha 203 comes with 2.4″ touchscreen with the traditional keypad same as the Nokia Asha 202. It comes with Nokia Browser pre-loaded for fast and affordable internet surfing, Both Asha 202 and 203 have a 2 megapixel camera which captures pretty decent photos. It also offers you to download 40 EA Games for free (for first 60 days). Both Asha 202 and 203 will cost around 60 Euros (around 4000 rupees) excluding all taxes and subsidies.

Check out the Promo Video – Here

Full Specifications – Here

  • Nokia Asha 302 :-

The most beautiful of them all is the Nokia Asha 302 which comes with a full QWERTY keyboard and a great value for money. Powered with a fast 1Ghz Processor, it offers great social networking experience, Email, Instant Messaging and support for Mail for Exchange. The Nokia Asha 302 has been priced very affordably at 95 Euros (around 6300 rupees) excluding taxes and subsidies.

Check out its Promo Video – Here

Full Specifications – Here

 

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