Nokia has taken a further step towards connecting its customers to the internet with the launch of three new mobile phones to its Asha Touch range.
The new devices – the Nokia Asha 305, 306 and 311 – further expand upon the Asha range, which were first introduced in October 2011.
These latest handsets have been designed to provide a rich smartphone-like experience to consumers, while also ensuring people are easily able to keep abreast of their social networking sites.
Just last month the firm released two new budget mobile phones on to the market and these latest devices are the next step for the Finnish company as it focuses on cheaper handsets to compete with Samsung.
Nokia's executive vice president for Mobile Phones Mary McDowell said that by introducing the new Asha mobiles, the firm is accelerating its commitment to connecting consumers all over the world.
“These phones deliver on what young, urban people value most – a great-looking device; and an intuitive and affordable experience for connecting to the internet,” she continued.
Posted by Claire Marshall