Nokia Asha 311 hits Bahrain stores
Manama, August 22, 2012
Nokia unveiled the new, Asha 311, a colourful, compact touch screen smart phone that offers customers fast, affordable mobile internet and gaming entertainment, in Bahrain.
The new fun, colourful and affordable Asha 311 from Nokia's affordable Asha Touch range will help customers save big on mobile data costs, said a senior official.
“The launch is a testament to our accelerated commitment to connecting the next billion consumers to the internet. Designed to provide an rich smartphone-like experience, the Nokia Asha 311 enables consumers to be connected on-the go and also be set free from excessive data consumption costs,” said Vithesh Reddy, the general manager, Nokia Lower Gulf.
'Priced at BD49, the beautifully-crafted Nokia Asha 311 takes the full touch experience of a mobile device to a completely new price point, boasting a fast and fluid 3.5G capacitive touch screen device, powered by a 1 GHz processor to provide a great internet experience,' he added.
The new model takes full advantage of the Nokia Browser 2.0, a major recent update which uses Nokia’s cloud technology to reduce data consumption by up to 90 per cent, meaning that consumers can enjoy faster and cheaper internet access.
The Nokia Asha 311 boasts of a bright and colourful, scratch resistant capacitive glass screen with polarization filters ensuring users get the best experience from the unique and visually entertaining user interface.
It also features a 3.2MP camera and pre-installed Nokia Maps, in addition to the 15 level pre-bundled version of Angry Birds.
To celebrate the phone launch, Nokia is offering all users an exclusive gift of 40 EA games to download for free. These games range across action, arcade and sports, and include titles such as Tetris, Bejeweled, Need for Speed: The Run and Fifa 2012.-TradeArabia News Service
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