During Mobile World Congress, Nokia announced several new budget smartphones including the Nokia 220 – a device for emerging markets that supports dual-SIMs and has basic internet features, which will cost just 29 Euros.
Additionally, Nokia updated its Asha family with the new Asha 230, the most affordable touchscreen Asha device to date. The Asha 230 will cost 45 Euros and has new features like “Asha motion” that lets you personalize the Asha more than ever. In April, it will get a big Asha update (all Asha devices will also), that includes Microsoft OneDrive cloud backup, new apps, smarter images and advances to Fast Lane. It also has free Nokia Mix Radio. It’s launching around the globe today.
Stay tuned for even more news from Nokia.