Nokia has expanded its Asha-series with yet another two cheapest smartphone with a capacitive touchscreen, namely Asha 308, 309.
Packing a 3-inch (240 x 400p) WQVGA scratch-resistant capacitive touch display, the both Nokia Asha 308, 309 handsets feature 2MP shooter, multiple HomeScreens, stereo loudspeaker, FM radio, as well as upto 32GB MicroSD slot card support.
Powered by Nokia’s operating system with Swipe Interface, both smartphone are 2G-enabled and bring free 40 games from EA [such as Tetris, Bejeweled, Need for Speed The Run and Fifa 2012] along with YouTube and usual social networking apps such as Facebook and Twitter.
Other features also include 64MB internal memory, GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP, 3.5 mm audio jack, USB charging and an 1110 mAh battery.
The feature makes difference between two phones is SIM card support. That said; the Nokia Asha 308 is a dual-SIMs supported handset, while Asha 309 comes supporting a single SIM with built-in Wi-Fi.
Priced at $99 (circa Rs. 5.5K), the both smartphones are expected to go on sale some time in Q4 this year. While users can pick Asha 308 in black or golden light colors versions, the Asha 309 can be picked in white or black colors model. Stay tuned for a follow-up post on availability.
Meanwhile, you can watch promo videos of the each smartphone which got just over a minute of footage, highlighting their key strengths below.