Mobile World Congress newsflash – Nokia Asha 302 coming soon to Three.
Texting and updating your social networks is easy with the affordable Nokia Asha 302 as it comes with a full Qwerty keypad and dedicated shortcut keys for SMS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Plus, this great smartphone also features push messaging so e-mails and social media updates get delivered straight to the Nokia Asha 302’s homescreen, so no more missing out on important messages.
Styled with a slick metallic design, the Nokia Asha 302 comes with a 3.2 megapixel camera for taking pictures and video and 14,000 photos or 7,000 songs can be stored on the smartphone’s expandable 32GB SD card slot.
Speaking from Barcelona Sylvia Chind, head of handsets at Three said, “With a full QWERTY keypad for fast text entry, the Nokia Asha 302 lets people stay in touch with friends and family via e-mails, social media and instant messenger. Plus, with all–you-can-eat data on Three they can surf the web and download content as much as they like without ever having to worry about going over their data allowance.”
- Full Qwerty keypad for easy messaging
- Dedicated shortcut keys for SMS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Push e-mail alerts and social networking updates
- 3.2 megapixel camera
Pricing and availability will be announced soon.
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