Nokia Launches Asha 210 QWERTY Phone

Nokia has launched its newest addition to the Asha lineup. This time, it is a QWERTY-packing feature phone, the Asha 210. It comes in both single SIM and dual-SIM variants and in 5 attractive colors.

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The Asha 210 packs a 2.4" LCD screen of QVGA resolution (320 x 240 pixels) with a four-row full QWERTY keyboard. It is also the first Nokia handset to feature a dedicated WhatsApp button, which gives you quick access to the instant messing app that comes preinstalled. Aside from WhatsApp, it is also preloaded with a YouTube app, Xpress Browser, Gmail, Facebook, and Twitter.

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When it comes to connectivity, the Asha 210 comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth but does not support  fast cellular network like 3G or LTE, settling for dual-band GPRS/EDGE. In terms of imaging, the Asha 210 is equipped with a 2-megapixel camera at the back. It has no front-facing camera but the back camera employs Nokia’s self-portrait feature, which gives voice prompts to help you frame your face properly for self-portraits. The handset also has a 3.5mm audio jack and while its internal memory is limited to just 64MB, there's a microSD card slot for expanding it by up to 32GB.
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The dual-SIM version will also come with support for Easy Swap, meaning you can exchange the secondary SIM without powering off the handset. It will go on sale this quarter at a retail price of just $72. Nokia lovers out there will surely have something to be excited about. Here's a demo video of it below:

I actually want to get one...the yellow variant!


Til then...

xoxo Nash


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