Asha’s family continues to grow with the new Nokia Asha 210, a mobile phone with full QWERTY keypad and is aimed at users more fans to chat or interact in social networks most popular. The terminal has a casual design with very bold colors and splits his face between a 2.4 inch screen and a full keyboard, perfect for those who type better with physical buttons.
The Nokia Asha 210 has the platform Series 40 Asha , accept MicroSD , has FM radio , connects to the Internet by Wi-Fi or GPRS and has a camera of two megapixels. Additionally comes standard with Facebook , Twitter and a Free lifetime subscription to Whatsapp -even has a special button to access this service. Another advantage is that it offers autonomy extensive, can get 42 days on idle or up to 12 hours if we take a more intensive use. The terminal will be released before the end of June and will cost just 80 euros in free format.
Nokia has unveiled a new Asha family member, their range of cheaper smartphones. The Nokia Asha 210 is a handset aimed at younger audiences who usually interact through social networks and messaging services. terminal shares its front between the screen and the QWERTY keyboard full, a piece specially designed for those who spend the day typing and prefer the feel of a physical keyboard.
The Nokia Asha 210 Series comes pre-loaded with services like Facebook , the social network of choice for which even have a dedicated button in some markets. The other star of this service is the popular device application WhatsApp , which will have a free lifetime subscription and also features a physical button, but again depending on market.
The handset has a 2.4 inch screen and resolution QVGA camera, two megapixel camera, memory card accepts MicroSD and can connect to Internet via GPRS or Wi-Fi . The autonomy of the battery is one of its strengths, has a casual design and the platform on which it works is the classic Series 40 Asha.