Published February 27, 2012 | By Nokia – Press Release
Nokia expands its Asha range with smarter feature phones that improve ways to work, learn and play
- Work – first Series 40 Asha phone to support Mail for Exchange
- Learn – new Nokia Life services provide key information to young, urban consumers, coupled with Nokia’s cloud-based browser for faster discovery of the online world while paying less
- Play – 40 free games available from EA worth EUR 75; plus preloaded Nokia Social application that enables a single sign-in to multiple communities
Barcelona, Spain – Accelerating its capability to connect the next billion people to the internet, Nokia today unveiled additional services and three more Asha feature phone models — the Nokia Asha 202, Asha 203 and Asha 302 — at Mobile World Congress.
Designed to deliver a variety of affordable mobile experiences, the new offerings target three dimensions: Work, with Mail for Exchange support for the Nokia Asha 302; Learn, bringing new information services for young, urban consumers, and a fast, cloud-based browser that reduces internet access costs; and Play, with free EA games available on the Nokia Asha 202 and Asha 203.
“Since outlining a new strategy a year ago, we’ve taken significant actions to deliver against it,” said Mary T. McDowell, Nokia’s executive vice president for Mobile Phones. ”We’ve been connecting the next billion people to the mobile world and its benefits through contemporary feature phones and internet services. Today, we are taking another step in that direction, with a compelling combination of smarter mobile devices packed with innovative services.” More information, find Press Release attached.
More information, Nokia Asha 202 & 302 PR, Nokia Asha 202 Features,