Although Nokia’s main efforts are now concentrated on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, the Finnish company still has handsets that run its own software. The latest of them – Nokia Asha 311, Asha 306, and Asha 305 – are about to become available in the UK, not long after being launched in other parts of the world.
British retailer Expansys is taking pre-orders for the three Asha phones, although at the moment it can’t say when it will ship them, and neither for what price.
All three new Ashas come with 40 free EA games. The Asha 311 (pictured above) features HSPA, Wi-Fi , a 3 inch WQVGA scratch-resistant display, 3.2MP rear camera, and a 1GHz single-core processor. The Asha 305 and Asha 306 also have 3 inch WQVGA screens, but they lack 3G connectivity. The 306 offers Wi-Fi, though, while the 305 trades that for dual SIM capabilities.
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