Although it was announced at MWC 2012 as the first S40 phone with Microsoft Mail for Exchange support, the Nokia Asha 302 is only now getting a taste of the service – more than a month after the handset hit the market.
A beta version of Mail for Exchange can be downloaded as of today, and is compatible not only with the Asha 302, but also with the Asha 303 (another S40 handset that features a touchscreen display and full QWERTY keyboard).
For now, Exchange beta for Asha phones only supports English, but other 15 languages will be added in the coming days. You can download the beta version of the application here (where a list of features can also be found). The app will exit beta, and made available through Nokia Store sometime in June. A video preview of the application is embedded below:
Via Nokia Beta Labs
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