I’m just back from the Nokia World 2011 event which took place last week in London, and have just got around to uploading videos from the event on Youtube. Here’s a video of the Nokia Asha range of phones giving you an overview of the phones, features and functionality.
Nokia released the Nokia Asha range of feature phones which are inexpensive and targetted towards the youth market. They run on the Symbian Series 40 (S40) operating system. Even though these are feature phones, they pack a punch because the devices like the Asha 303 run on a 1 Ghz processor giving the phone enough processing power to … wait for it… run Angry Birds! It’s now become a fad to say that a phone’s arrived if Angry Birds runs on it. Apart from that, you’ve also got the popular multi-platform messaging Whatsapp service available on this phone. The S40 range of phones also have access to a lot more apps on the Nokia Store, with more on the way.
One main feature of the phone is the Nokia Browser, which streams web pages you access through their Cloud servers, compressing data, for a faster web experience. So even on an Edge connection, you should see a much faster browsing experience.
Enough of writing, and let’s jump to the video: