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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Nokia Asha 310 Dual SIM Phone with Wi-Fi Introduced






Nokia has introduced another dual SIM phone to its range. Called the Asha 310, the handset packs a 3.0-inch 400 x 240 touchscreen display, a 2GB or 4GB memory card pre-installed, dual SIM card slots, a 2MP rear-facing camera, Nokia Xpress browser, Nokia Maps, 40 free EA games, Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy apps, a 3.5mm headset jack, WiFi and runs on Nokia’s S40 OS.


The Asha 310 will be available in Asia, India, the middle East, Africa and Brazil from Q1, 2013 for around $102.

A full-touch device with a scratch-proof 3-inch display, the Nokia Asha 310 also offers a 2-megapixel camera. There’s a MicroSD card slot for extra storage, and either a 2GB or 4GB card is included in the box. Of course, if this is not enough and you want to store even more content on your phone, you can extend the storage up to 32 GB. The sleek, polished shell comes in black, white and gold colour choices.

Like all our Asha phones, the Nokia Asha 310 boasts an impressive battery life that puts other smartphones to shame. In this case, that’s 17 hours talk-time or up to 25 days on standby from a single charge.



Source - Nokia