4 new devices in the Nokia Asha series

[Better late than never eh? My Nokia World related posts will be out this week]

Nokia has announced 4 new Series40 devices in a new series called Asha. These devices are aimed at emerging markets and are all touch and type devices. It was mentioned that Series40 represents about 1/3 of the app downloads from Nokia store so these devices provide a booming area for developers.

All 4 devices can take Micro SD cards up to 32GB and have features like fast access to social networks, and an FM radio.  There’s a brief rundown of each on Nokia conversations here, with videos here.

So here’s a quick look at all 4 devices

Nokia 200

  • Dual Sim with EasySwap
  • QWERTY Keyboard
  • 2Mp Camera
  • Approx 60 Euros

 

Nokia 201

  • QWERTY Keyboard
  • 2Mp Camera
  • Approx 60 Euros

 

 

Nokia 300

  • 1Ghz Processor
  • 5MP Camera
  • 3G connectivity
  • Approx 85 Euros


Nokia 303

  • QWERTY Keyboard
  • 1Ghz Processor
  • 3.2MP Camera
  • 3G connectivity
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About bluechrism

I am a software developer with most professional experience in the Windows .Net realm and I'm currently a WPF developer with Starkey Labs. However, I have wanted for some time to start the mobile developer journey properly and being an N900 owner, this was to be in the realm of QT. Job hunting, moving to Minnesota and changing jobs put my plans on hold 6-12 months but things are starting to settle now, just as I'm getting sorted to start some things, Microsoft and Nokia merge. This blog is about my novice mobile development experiences and hopefully will end up complete with links to download some apps on various platforms, but obviously by the name, Sybian, Maemo/Meego and Windows Mobile. In other stuff, I am English, I support Everton FC, I have visited Glastonbury music festival 5 times and recommend it to anyone. I am married and my wife and i have a dog called Friday.
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