So the other day we ran the story where Nokia teased a QWERTY keyboard that was either part of an unexpected Lumia Windows Phone, or a new feature phone from the Asha series. We went with the latter and Nokia today announced the Asha 210. While it's not a Windows Phone, the family of products is an important one for Nokia and it's worth covering to squash any speculation of a Lumia with a physical keyboard.
So, out of interest, what does the Asha 210 sport in terms of specifications? We're talking both single and dual SIM versions, sporting a 2.4-inch QVGA (320x240) display, 2MP camera and SD support with 64MB internal storage. Not bad at all. The design is actually really pleasing and looks like a sibling to the Lumia line of Windows Phones.
Here's a short video of the Nokia Asha 210:
Source: Nokia Conversations; thanks, slayerjayslb, for the tip!
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