Yet Another Nokia Phone On Pre-Order, Nokia Asha 210 At Rs 4,499

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Yet Another Nokia Phone On Pre-Order, Nokia Asha 210 At Rs 4,499

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With the list of different low cost Nokia phones on pre-orders, the new entry of Nokia Asha 210 with a dedicated Facebook button has been spotted online on e-commerce websites. The Nokia Asha 210 is up for pre-order for Rs 4,499 with the second week of July as the estimated release date.

While the phone that is available for pre-order has a dedicated Facebook button, but Nokia had originally unveiled this phone in April with a dedicated WhatsApp button. It seems that Nokia has changed its plans and is set to bring the Facebook variant of the Nokia Asha 210 to India.

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Nokia Asha 210 is a dual-SIM phone that features a 2.4-inches QVGA (240×320 pixels) display and comes with a QWERTY keyboard. The Nokia Asha 210 packs a 2 megapixel camera that can be accessed through a dedicated hardkey even when the keypad is locked. It also has 32MB RAM and 64MB internal storage, expandable by up to 32GB via microSD card. The device does not support 3G but EDGE, GPRS and Wi-Fi connectivity is present.

Nokia Asha 210 also comes with features like Nokia Xpress Browser, Nokia Nearby app, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter app etc.

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  • Vishal Sharma

    Iska kahe ka Pre Order.. Nokia kaun leta hai aaj kal.. Outdated devices, Outdated Softwares.

    • @Vishal Sharma Keep thinking ;)

  • RaviShah

    Foolish nokia pls concentrate in windows phones!!!! no one wants your basic java are nothing in market…

    • RaviShah They still sell in Millions. If you don’t need them, it doesn’t mean no one buys them. basic Phones have a market larger and wider than the smartphones.

  • ShekharGupta

    nokia is mad….huh..looks like they dont wish to survive anymore…. they have given up …. 32mb ram ?? r u kidding me?

    • ShekharGupta These phones don’t need that much of RAM. 32 MB is already enough for the tasks they’ll do.

      • ShekharGupta

        i understand that…but what i meant was that nokia is still stuck there where it was 7-8 years back….quite disappointing actually