If you are in the market for an affordable featurephone that not only looks good but ensures you have enough money left in your monthly budget to survive, then you might want to consider the recently announced Nokia Asha 309 that will be part of the Asha Touch family handsets. Coming in a beautiful and sleek design as you can see on the right, it delivers an innovative and affordable smartphone experience, complete with Internet connectivity, apps, maps, social networking and games to boot.
It is said that the Nokia Asha 309 sports a fluid ‘swipe’ user interface and an open environment for third-party app development, carrying along with it a 3-inch, scratch-resistant, capacitive touchscreen, a 2-megapixel shooter at the back, powerful built-in speakers for mobile entertainment, and a fun-to-use Asha Touch operating system that is touted to be fast, entertaining and intuitive.
Not only that, Nokia’s new Xpress Browser claims to rely on cloud compression technology that will help make your surfing experience faster, consuming up to 90% less data in the process to save you both time and money. Nokia Maps 2.0 helps you find your way around with Wi-Fi positioning, and you can pick up the Nokia Asha 309 for $99 a pop when it arrives later this Q4 worldwide.