Today Nokia has announced another handset from it’s popular Asha series. This time it’s Nokia Asha 210, this phone can be categorized as the low-budget smartphone which has the dual-sim support featuring a full QWERTY keyboard. Nokia has always been focusing the social networking features in its asha series and thus here too with the new model the company looks to do put all features in this cool looking Nokia Asha 210 smartphone.
The Nokia Asha 210 came with the same CPU as tons of other Asha devices have been powered with, yes its the regular 1GHz processor that have been found in many symbian devices, adding to this a 32MB of RAM has been added with the 64MB of built in storage on the phone. However there is the support for microSD card that can support upto 32GB of memory. It possess a 2.4-inch screen with a resolution of 320 x 240 which sounds average but it’s actually fits on this kind of screen. On connectivity The phone does not support 3G service as Nokia made it for the developing markets. WiFi support is available with standard Bluetooth and USB ports available.
The phone comes up with a 2 megapixel camera, and overall a good battery that can support up to 40 Hours of standby time and 12 hours of talk time. The Nokia Asha 210 is loaded with apps and including the life time free Whatsapp messenger, which will be quite a bonus for customers. The phone is available in 5 different colors including black, white yellow, blue and pink.
The Phone is priced around $72 and is expected to be released somewhere in May 2013.
Here are some images of the latest released Nokia Asha 210.