MWC: Nokia announces second low-budget phone
It seems that Nokia wants to be different. By different we mean compete not only with the high-end devices, but also try to win some customers from the poorer countries. That’s probably why the company announces second low-end smartphone at MWC. Let’s have a look at Nokia 301.
What’s most exciting about the feature phone is its good camera and the connectivity – it sports 3.5G HSPA. The device is a new member of the 40 series. It comes with 2.4’’ display and alphanumeric keypad with accordance with the traditions.
Now, the camera – Nokia 301 comes with 3.2MP camera with wide-angle panorama, group shots and numerous options for editing and sharing. You can use the burst-shot mode (five image) and there is self-portrait mode (voice guided).
The device comes with integrated apps like Facebook and Twitter. You will be able to watch videos through the YouTube app and connect with your friends through Whatsapp. All these features you will get in Q2 this year for only $85. You can guess that Nokia targets the developing markets of Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific like Russia, India, China, Egypt etc. The device will be released in some Latin America countries and in the Middle East, too. Check with us regularly for more Nokia and MWC news!
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