Riding on the success of its Lumia series, Nokia seems to have over-estimated its phone quality. Reportedly, the Finnish company has launched Nokia 302, a simple QWERTY phone minus smartphone features for a whopping Rs. 6,919.
"The Nokia Asha 302 runs on the Series 40 operating system and comes with a 1GHz processor, 2.4-inch screen, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a 3-megapixel camera (but no flash). There's no touch screen here, like the Asha 303, but when compared to the Asha 200, it does bring added connectivity and a faster processor", reports Phone Mantra.
Earlier this year, Nokia had launched its Asha 303 phone in India for Rs. 7765. Now, its latest handset, Nokia 302 is available at online retail stores Flipkart and LetsBuy.
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