The Finnish handset maker Nokia has announced a new phone in Asha series today. Dubbed as Asha 210, the phone includes a dedicated WhatsApp button and Qwerty keyboard. Last year, the company launched Asha 205 with dedicated Facebook key to access the social networking service quicker and faster in just a single press.
It features 2.4-inch LCD display with 320×240 pixel resolution and comes in single SIM as well as dual-SIM version. Running on Series 40 Asha software version, the Asha 210 has 32GB RAM, 2 megapixel camera at the back, FM radio and microSD card slot for memory expansion up to 32GB.
Nokia Asha 210 comes with four row Qwerty keyboard with tightly packed keys. The space bar key is relatively larger and also acts a shortcut to start the Wi-Fi connectivity option for the device, but the most interesting part is the dedicated WhatsApp key which opens the pre-installed WhatsApp application.
Other special features include the Phonebook integration that allows the user to launch WhatsApp directly from there. YouTube launcher comes pre-loaded to browse and stream videos. The Dual-SIM model features an EasySwap technology that allows switching between the SIMs without turning off the device.
Available in multiple colors like yellow, cyan, black, magenta and white, the Asha 210 will hit the stores in Q2 this year.