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Video: Nokia Asha 310 – Ready for everything with Easy Swap Dual SIM and Wi-Fi

| February 12, 2013 | 13 Replies

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Here’s another promo for the recently announced Nokia Asha 310. Loving that N9 swiping like thing going on with Asha touch.

Nokia Asha 310 smartphone ( http://nokia.ly/158MDjy) is all about doing more. Up to 3 times more internet browsing on your existing data bundle, thanks to data compression from the cloud-powered Xpress Browser. More time with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy. More of the world outdoors with Nokia Maps, pre-loaded to save data, enabling you to get from A to B and discover nearby points of interest. And more fun, thanks to YouTube, Redbull and 40 free EA games including best-sellers like FIFA, Tetris and Need for Speed.

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  • NokiFan

    Tell them, Montano…
    Tell them what time it is!

    Damn it Nokia.

    It’s 310, supposed to be right next to 311, yet its so 305. WTF!!!

    Die MoFo… and don’t you even dare to say “why”.

  • Silthice

    Still wondering how Meltemi should/would be…

    • sina88

      It’s a joke that Elop killed Meltemi. It feels like Nokia publishes a new Asha device every week (i lost overview) – a demand for Meltemi would have been here! Wonder if we’ll ever see some leaked Meltemi pictures…

      • correct

        You’re a joke. Meltemi was cancelled because it wasn’t ready, was delayed too long, and would not have been cost-competitive.

        • Gordon Ramsay juttelee mukavia

          Very true.

          Meltemi was no longer able to compete with low end Android.

          • correct

            Exactly. Nokia made the smart move, they fired McDowell as she wasn’t performing to expectations, and they stopped Meltemi development to focus on future S40 development. With the Smarterphone team of people, they are making S40 into a very flexible and modern low-end OS, yet also very efficient and cost-competitive.

            S40 is Nokia’s future feature phone OS, and Windows Phone will go lower into the price segments high end Ashas currently are in.

    • Gordon Ramsay juttelee mukavia

      It’s possible that Meltemi would not have been ready even today. It could have been ready by the end of 2012 but it’s possible it was not.

      If if was not, there would not have been any phones to ship with Meltemi.

      • Maybe

        Even the complete MeeGo has been stopped and the 5 successors have been axed. For Meltemi, we’re not sure where does it stands or the progress when it was axed…

        • KeiZka

          Just that it wasn’t ready, eh?

          • Maybe

            WP8 wasn’t ready at that time as well

  • hosny

    please ,whitch is the best 701 Belle or 310 Asha??????

  • hosny

    which

  • http://www.themobileindian.com perry

    Nokia has finally announced the new Asha 501 smartphone for India. We were invited for a brief on Asha 501 and take a closer look at the device.Get more detail http://www.themobileindian.com/news/12897_Nokia-Asha-501:-First-Look

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