Nokia Asha 305, 306 and 311
that mark the disappearance of full physical keyboard that made them special so far.
Despite its partnership with Microsoft to deal with giants Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market, Nokia has not forgotten the market for entry-level on which he has long reigned supreme. It also announces three new models in its range Asha: Asha the Nokia 305, 306 and Asha Asha 311. The Finn a break with the old models in the range abandoning the physical keyboard to move to any touch. The mobile will benefit from a dedicated interface that integrates reputation Asha Touch web browser Browser 2.0 Nokia and Nokia Maps. New Asha will be more entertainment oriented with a promise of some 10,000 and 25,000 web apps applications available from Nokia Shop, but also 40 games donated by EA and a couple of levels of Angry Birds who will attend on native phones.
Finally the technical side, the Asha Asha 306 305 and will be equipped with a resistive touch screen 3 "WQVGA display and a resolution will both be animated by a processor running at 1 GHz. We find the rear a 2 MP sensor. connectivity side, they will just support GPRS and EDGE networks and also embark on Bluetooth. Both models will differ in a final point: Asha 305 will be equipped with dual-sim port while the Asha will benefit the 306 WiFi. The first should be marketed at a price of $ 85 in the second quarter of 2012 while the second should arrive in the third quarter for a price slightly higher than 93 $.
The Asha 311 meanwhile will carry a different screen technology since it will be a capacitive touch screen of 3 ". It will include a 1 GHz processor and a 3.2 MegaPixel sensor. It should be available in the third quarter 2012 at a price of $ 121. Aimed primarily at emerging markets, it is unlikely that one way one day these three models arrive on the French market.