Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) has recently announced the newest low-end member in the Nokia Asha family: Nokia Asha 310.
In yet a new effort from the Finnish manufacturer, the Nokia Asha Touch smartphone will be available to purchase starting in quarter one of 2013 in Asia, India, the Middle East, Africa, and Brazil for $102. In Brazil, the phone will include a 2GB memory card. The Asha 310 has been conceived to bring quick profit to the company at the same time that it continues its campaign to bring more people online at a very low cost. Indeed, this is something that benefits both customers and Nokia.
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