Struggling Finnish cellphone maker Nokia has unveiled two new cellphone models, the Asha 205 and the Asha 206, pricing both models at around $62, excluding subsidies and taxes.
Both models will go on sale this quarter though no word on when the devices will hit Indian stores.
Nokia also unveiled a new Slam feature which allows consumers to share multimedia content like photos and videos with nearby friends almost instantly through Bluetooth connection
Key features of the Asha 205 (Single SIM version) are: It has a 2.4-inch colour QVGA landscape screen with QWERTY display. It has a 0.3 megapixels camera sensor but the Camera resolution is VGA.
The memory is expandable upto 32GB with a Micro-SD card. It supports 2G browsing and has 37 days standby / 11 hours talk-time. The Dual-SIM variant of the Nokia Asha 205 has the same specs, but with a lower standby time – 25 days. Users can access the web, social networking sites such as Facebook, etc with this device. It has a special button for Facebook.
Like the Asha 205, the 206 will also come with a dual and single SIM version. This one looks the features ones that Nokia used to manufacture.
According to TheNextWeb, it has a 2.4 inch display and a 1.3 megapixel camera. It also comes with eBuddy Chat and WhatsApp, although the latter is compatible with only the single SIM version.
With inputs from Reuters