The Nokia Asha 310 mobile phone has been unveiled, and it is the first-ever handset from the Finnish manufacturer to support dual-SIM capabilities alongside Wi-Fi connectivity.
The ability to take advantage of a wireless internet signal means users can watch videos on the pre-loaded YouTube app without lengthy buffering time.
It also means that keeping up-to-date with friends by posting status updates on Facebook, tweeting on Twitter or instant messaging through eBuddy is a speedy process.
Buyers will also be able to quickly download the 40 free EA games, which are available through the Nokia Store, and start playing.
A three-inch capacitive touchscreen provides plenty of space for enjoying the multimedia too, and a scratch-proof veneer ensures it stays in tip-top condition.
Dual-SIM functionality can also help to reduce bills associated with on-the-go data usage, as owners can take advantage of cheap tariffs offered by different operators.
Nokia has not confirmed that the smartphone will go on sale in Australia, but if it does feature on store shelves, it is likely to have a pre-tax price tag of around $99.
Posted by Claire Marshall