Nokia Expands Its Low-End Asha Series With 202, 203 And 302

Posted on Feb 27 2012 - 8:16am by Editorial Staff

With launch of four models of Nokia’s Asha brand last year, the company is back with another three phone in the same line-up – the Asha 202, 203 and 302 – all of which run on Series 40 and are reportedly said to be consider as Nokia’s key player so called Nokia’s “Next Billion” strategy to get a new demographic connected with the mobile device.

The Asha 202 and 203, comes with an identical candybars with numeric keypads and resistive touchscreens, comes with a price tag of €60 ($81), the only difference between the two models is that 203 supports dual SIM capabilities – both phones are going to make its debut in quarter second, but wait a thing to add – these phones are 2G capable only.

The Asha 302 is termed to be as the most interesting among the three, the phones is equipped with a full-QWERT device that is said to be as first non-smartphone with Mail for Exchange support – the phone is ready to shipped immediately and is priced at €95 ($128) with retail availability early next month.

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