In addition to a series of budget Android-smartphone , Nokia unveiled at the MWC 2014 in Barcelona’s ” ultradostupnye ” phones Asha. They are designed for people in developing countries . The cheapest model , Asha 220 will cost $ 40.
Asha 220 comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA-display , 2- megapixel camera and supports connection to memory cards microSD ( up to 32GB) . Battery capacity of 1100 mAh , according to Nokia, should be enough for 15 hours of talk time. In standby mode, the phone will stretch night ( model with two SIM-cards ) . Among the pre-installed software includes Xpress does with the data compression function ( to save bandwidth ) , the search engine Bing, and Twitter clients and Facebook. Asha 220 will come in five vibrant colors: blue, red, white , yellow and black .
The second model – Asha 230 – will be the most affordable touchscreen device in the line of Nokia. It is equipped with 2.8-inch display QVGA ( 240×320 ) and supports microSD- card (up to 32GB) . Telephone interface received Fastlane displaying notifications on ” home ” screen , the application WhatsApp, WeChat, LINE, access to online radio and Nokia Mix Radio faylohranilische OneDrive. The price for this model is 45 euros. Both new products will be released in early March .
Also at MWC 2014 was presented to the first family of Android-smartphone Nokia. It includes three budget models – Nokia X, Nokia X + and Nokia XL. All of them work on the dual-core Snapdragon and compatible with two SIM-cards . Smartphones use a modified version of Android , and therefore do not have access to the store Google Play. They are integrated services for Microsoft and Nokia, including maps HERE, the search engine Bing and the “cloud ” OneDrive, and the program can be downloaded from Nokia Store and Russian ” Yandeks.Store .”
The base model , Nokia X, equipped with a 4-inch LCD display, 512 MB ” RAM ” and a 3- megapixel camera. Nokia X + comes with 768 MB of RAM and support for cards microSD (up to 4GB ) . The most advanced of these , Nokia XL, has a 5 – inch screen and a 5 -megapixel rear camera . In Europe, Nokia X will cost 89 euros , X + – 99 euros, and LX – 109 euros.