The Asha lineup of Nokia phones has a new member. The company this week announced the Asha 310, which is a follow up to the Asha 308 and Asha 309 and actually looks just like its predecessors. Nokia advertises the phone as being the first to offer both Dual-SIM and Wi-Fi together. The handset is expected to be available this quarter in Asia, the Middle East, Brazil and Africa at about $102 (€76).
Dual SIM Nokia Asha 310 – Overview
The Nokia Asha 310 features a 3-inch touch screen display with 400 x 240 pixels, 2 megapixel rear camera, Nokia Xpress browser, and Nokia Maps. The phone provides access to 40 free EA games as well as email, Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy. The handset offers 128 MB of built-in memory and comes with 2 GB or 4 GB memory card pre-installed. 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 battery can provide a talk time of up to 17 hours, or a standby time of up to 24 days. The Nokia Asha 310 does not support 3G connectivity but comes with Wi-Fi, GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP support, Micro USB 2.0 connector, 3.5 mm AV connector, USB and 2 mm pin charging. The device is dual SIM capable which offers you the flexibility of being able to use the right SIM card for the right purpose, without having to change handsets, and Nokia’s Easy Swap Dual SIM technology makes swapping between different SIM cards as easy as possible.
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