The Nokia Asha 230 and the Nokia 220 internet-ready device are two feature phones that have been introduced for budget conscious people at the Finnish company’s press conference held today at the MWC 2014 in Barcelona. Also, the Nokia X family based on AOSP went official along with these two gadgets.
Nokia Asha 230 Dual SIM:
According to the company, this gadget is the cheapest full touch Asha phone till date. It runs the Asha software platform and brings all the features associated with it, including Fastlane. The device is said to be compatible with social and instant messaging apps like WhatsApp, Line and WeChat as well. It has limited onboard memory, but users get the option of saving their content on the cloud, as the company offers 7GB of free OneDrive storage.
The Nokia 220 is an internet-enabled feature phone that doesn’t break the bank. It features an alphanumeric keypad which is said to be splash- and dust-resistant along with a 2.4-inch screen. This handset has been pre-loaded with the Nokia Xpress browser, Bing Search and apps like Facebook and Twitter amongst others. It comes in single and dual SIM variants.
Price and availability:
The Nokia Asha 230 is slated to be up for grabs for €45, while the Nokia 220 costs €29. They will be available soon in Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa in single and dual SIM models. Hit the source link for more information.
Specs of the Nokia Asha 230:
– 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen
– 1.3MP fixed focus camera
– Nokia Asha software platform 1.1.1
– 64MB of RAM
– Expandable onboard memory
– 1020mAh battery