Nokia is gearing up to add more models to its existing Nokia Asha series. Three new models the Nokia 202, 203 the 302 will soon join the Asha family. All of the three models will run on the Symbian 40 platform.
Nokia Asha 202 features
This handset will come with a 2.4 inch touchscreen with alpha numeric keypad. The alphanumeric keypad may not be a good option for those who text a lot. This is a low end phone the touchscreen is definitely an advantage but simple does not go well with the traditional alphanumeric keypad.
Other features are microSD card support up to 32 GB, built in FM radio for music on the move, Bluetooth and a 2 MP camera. Another unique feature on the Asha 202 is the dual SIM swap technology that makes it easier to switch SIM cards without switching off the phone. The phone also remembers up to 5 different SIM personalized settings.
Nokia Asha 203 features
This model is almost identical to the Asha 202 featuring the same specifications, OS, camera etc. The only difference is that this does not support dual SIM.
Both the Asha 202 and 203 models come with €75 worth of free EA games that can be downloaded within 60 days from the date of purchase.
Nokia Asha 302 features
The 302 sports a 2.4 inch TFT display (it is not a touchscreen display) with QWERTY keyboard. This handset supports 3G (14.4 Mbps HSDPA) and powered by a 1 GHz processor.
The Nokia Asha 302 is the first Nokia phone to come integrated with Microsoft Exchange email. This handset is SNS ready; you can stay connected with your social contacts on Twitter and Facebook, 247.
Watch out for more on these handsets when it is available in India, along with the best price tag.