Nokia pulled the wraps off of a new Asha device today. Meet the Asha 210. It comes with a hardware QWERTY keyboard just as posted on Facebook, and boasts a dedicated WhatsApp button. The screen’s 2.4 inch with 320×240 resolution, 64 MB of internal memory but supports 32GB MicoSD cards. Just like the Lumia lineup, the 210 will be available in a range of pretty expressive colors like yellow, cyan, black and magenta. Sporting a 2 MP camera, it’s got Nokia’s smart imaging software which lets you take self-portraits with voice-guidance to make sure that you’ll get the perfect shot. Being a social-centric device, the 210’s QWERTY keyboard will be in good use as it comes with Facebook, Twitter and support for email; so you’ll never be more than a few moments away from status updates, chat and messages. And your textmates will be twice as much as the Asha 210 is a dual SIM device.
The Asha 210 is expected to be priced at around USD 72 (that’s around Php. 3000) and will be available in this year’s second quarter.
Here’s a promo video from Nokia’s Youtube channel: