Nokia’s MWC press conference has just started and they’ve started by announcing the low-end feature phones, the Asha 202, 203 and 303. All the three devices run on S40 and are in plan for Nokia’s ”Next Billion” strategy to get a new demographic connected with mobile devices.
The Asha 302 is the most interesting of the three with full-Qwerty and first feature phone to have support for Mail for Exchange. It’s shipping immediately for €95 ($128) with retail availability early next month.
The Asha 202 and 203 are identical but for 203 supports dual-SIM. They have the candybar design with numeric keypads and resistive touchscreens. They’ll be available second quarter at €60 ($81).
The Asha phones comes with 40 free EA games, Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, MfE, all out of the box.