Nokia unveils the qwerty Nokia Asha 210

Nokia Asha 210

Nokia Asha 210

Nokia has just unveiled the newest of their Asha range devices. The Nokia Asha 210. This is a qwerty device with a candybar build and a build like that of the Lumias. It has a camera, dedicated Whatsapp button, some nice new UI that looks like the redesigned Nokia E6 with icons and widgets. Did we have widgets on Asha? Well, looks like there is much coming the Asha way.

Technical specs of Asha 210 are single SIM and Dual-SIM options, GSM/EDGE, 111.5 x 60 x 11.8 mm in dimensions, 97.3 grams, 2.4 inch QVGA display (320 x 240), 64MB internal memory, Bluetooth 2.1 and MicroUSB. The dual-SIM version has Easy-Swap and the SIM slot is on the side allowing you to swap without removing battery cover.

Asha 210 does come with software features like Nokia Slam, Nokia Xpress Browser, Self-portrait camera with voice guidance and Nokia Nearby.

It gives 46 days standby on battery for the dual SIM option and 24 days for the single SIM. It will be available for sale within this quarter in 5 colours, yellow, cyan, black, magents and white and the retail price before tax and operator subsidies will be $72 or Kshs 5800.

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