This new Symbian smartphone, Asha 310, provides the enjoyment of Dual SIM and Wi-Fi powers with so friendly pocket. Of course, like other Nokia’s dual SIM smartphone, this one also features Nokia’s smart swap technology that is enable you to swap the second card easily without need to restart or open the case as well as no need to re-enter your Sim card’s profiles.
To add more pleasures, the company included pack 40 EA games, social network apps such as Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy, Xpress browser, Nokia Map and other interesting apps to be played by your fingers on a 3.0-inch scratch-proof touch screen.
Indeed, it’s a good smartphone in its class, but lacking in storage, it only equips a 64MB built-in storage. It means utilizing the memory card slot is a must, if you really desperate to have more capacity for your data, up to 32GB more.
In addition, the Asha 310 works on GSM/EDGE 900/1800 network and features a 3.0-inch WQVGA scratch proof capacitive touch display, 2MP rear camera, Bluetooth 3.0, Micro USB 2.0, 3.5 mm AV port, USB, 2mm pin charging, and so on. Meanwhile, the battery can support up to 17 hours talk-time.
The release date and pricing
Dressed in not too bad shape with 109.9(W) x 54(H) x 13(D) mm dimension and 103.7g mass in three color options – black, white and gold light, Nokia Asha 310 smartphone is going to hit selected region – Asia, India, Midle East, Africa, and Brazil from Q1 2013. The price tag of this smartphone is $102. An affordable smartphone??? Likely, this one will not enter US market.