Nokia today unveiled the Asha 210, a featurephone with a QWERTY keyboard and a dedicated WhatsApp button on board. The device, available in Single- or Easy Swap Dual-SIM variants, features a 2-megapixel camera which is accessed using a dedicated hardkey on the front of the device.
If you are a WhatsApp lover, then you would be interesting to know that the app comes free over the lifespan of the device. Priced at $72, excluding taxes and other subsidies, the device also supports WiFi and 2G mobile networks.
The device further come equipped with Nokia’s Easy Swap technology, allowing users to switch between multiple SIM cards along with sub-1GB processor, as well as just 64MB of flash memory, with an option of microSD card, which can be increased by up to 32GB. The device will be available in yellow, black, white, cyan and magenta during the second quarter of 2013.