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Published On: Sat, Dec 15th, 2012

Nokia launches Asha 205 hits the market with dedicated Facebook button

The latest Nokia mobile to hit the Indian market, Nokia Asha 205 boosts a dedicated Facebook button. This handset is the first Nokia phone, which is packed with such a key. In addition to this, this handset is one of the most affordable querty mobile available in the market. The mobile phone is priced at Rs 3,499 only.

This new phone from Nokia has a 2.4 inches LCD display and comes with a 240×320 pixels resolution. The latest Nokia’s Asha series is shipped with a camera having VGA resolution and has an internal memory of 64MB. The handset supports microSD card with maximum capacity of 32GB. This device comes with a 1,020 mAh battery, which provides talk time of almost 11hours. Moreover, the handset offers music playback time of around 30hours. The handset offers dual SIM option, which works only on 2G networks. Sadly, the mobile phone does not provide access to internet connectivity via 3G connection or Wi-Fi network.

Nokia launches Asha 205

Viral Oza, the Director of marketing at Nokia India believes that today’s young consumers are using Facebook for socialising, entertaining and communication. Moroever, there has been a remarkable increase in the use of the social networking site. He added that the company has launched Nokia Asha 205 considering the growing demand of networking and communication, as well as to provide a unique option to their consumers; that too at an affordable price.

The country growth manager of Facebook in India, Kevin D’Souza informed, Facebook has more than 65 million active users in India.

The leading mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia has included ‘Slam’ feature in its latest handset, Asha 205. This feature allows users to share multimedia content such as music, photos and video with their nearby friends. You can use the slam feature with most of the bluetooth-enabled mobile phones. You are not required to pair the devices, moreover it’s not mandatory on the recipient’s end to have Slam, they said.

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