Nokia intros Asha family of phones for emerging markets
Though the headliners of Nokia World were the company’s first Windows Phone devices, the Lumia 800 and Lumia 700, Nokia also introduced a new line of handsets today designed for emerging markets.
The new Nokia Asha (which means hope in Hindi) family includes four models–the Nokia Asha 200, Asha 201, Asha 300, and Asha 303–and is part of the company’s mission to bring affordable, stylish, and feature-rich phones to all parts of the world. The Asha handsets run on the Series 40 platform but vary in design and purpose. Here is a breakdown of each of the models.
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