You envied the colorful skin that Lumia range flaunted? Now Nokia has refreshed it’s Asha series with the launch of Nokia Asha 210 in vibrant colors.
Notably moving away from the recent trend of full-touch Asha models, Nokia Asha 210 comes with a QWERTY keypad. Interestingly, the device also sports a dedicated WhatsApp key. It is a key differentiator from other phones and app is offered to the buyers for free of cost. Cementing the integration further is the ‘Social phonebook integration’ that allows users to launch WhatsApp directly from contact cards in the Phonebook.
On the specs side, Asha 210 features a 2.4-inch QVGA display with a 320×240 pixels resolution. Running on Series 40 Asha UI platform, it has a 64 MB flash memory which can be expanded upto 32 GB via microSD card. It also includes a 2 megapixel rear camera with a dedicated camera key and a 1,200 mAH battery which the company claims lasts up to 46 days on the Single-SIM variant and up to 24 days on the Dual-SIM.
Nokia Asha 210 will be sold in Yellow, Black, White, Cyan and Magenta color options and the phone should be available by the second quarter of 2013.
The Asha 210 price is announced as $72 (Rs 3,800 approximately).