Nokia has unveiled two new ‘Asha’ phones, Asha 205 & 206 which comes with a host of new and fancy features like voice-guided self portrait and ‘Slam’ – a quick share feature.

 

The Asha 205 is a QWERTY handset with a dedicated Facebook button offering one-touch access to the social networking site, while the Asha 206 is an alphanumeric handset with a 2.4-inch display.

Other key features of the Nokia Asha 205 include:
– eBuddy screen notifications that keep users up-to-the-minute on new conversations
– The free Nokia Life+ web app, including the Life Skills and Live Healthy services
– A comprehensive mobile entertainment package, including 40 free EA Games available for download, along with tens of thousands of other apps available from the Nokia Store
– Available in single SIM and dual SIM models
– Dual SIM model features Nokia’s exclusive EasySwap technology that enables consumers to change SIM cards without having to turn off the device
– Great standby time: up to 37 days with single SIM and up to 25 days with dual SIM

The Nokia Asha 205 is available in Cyan, Magenta and Orange. The estimated retail price for the Nokia Asha 205 is around USD 62, excluding taxes and subsidies, and it is expected to start shipping in the fourth quarter of 2012.

The devices have a new Slam feature, using which consumers can share multimedia content with Bluetooth-enabled devices without having to pair them.

Nokia Asha 206 has a camera application, which allows users to click focused self portraits using the back camera of the handset through voice-guidance.

Other key features of the Nokia 206 include:
– Imaging technology that optimizes photos taken with the 1.3MP camera for sharing on Facebook
– A comprehensive social and mobile entertainment package with eBuddy Chat, WhatsApp** and a gift pack of 10 free, premium content items
– Available in single SIM and dual SIM models
– Dual SIM model features Nokia’s exclusive EasySwap technology that enables consumers to change SIM cards without having to turn off the device
– Impressive standby time: up to 47 days with single SIM and up to 28 days with dual SIM

The estimated retail price for the Nokia 206 is around USD 62, excluding taxes and subsidies, and it is expected to start shipping in the fourth quarter of 2012.

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