Unlike Asha 206, the Asha 310 is not only coming with dual sim features with Nokia’s Swap technology, Nokia has added a built-in Wi-Fi into this Asha for convenience crawling the net. Mixed with a 3.0-inch scratch-proof WQVGA touch display and Xpress browser, it ensures a fast and comfortable exploration of the net on the screen whether for browsing, downloading or online streaming.
Even it’s an affordable smartphone, it still warms you with interesting apps such as Nokia Map, 40 free EA games, social network apps – Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy. And it also offers vary color options in elegant design to fit your style – black, white and light gold.
In addition, the Asha 310 features a 3.0-inch scratch-proof capacitive touch display, a 2MP camera, Bluetooth 3.0, 64MB built-in storage, memory card slot, micro USB 2.0, 3.5mm audio input, and rechargeable battery that supports up to 17 hours talk time. More, it also includes interesting apps such as Nokia Map, 40 free EA games installed, social network apps – Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy.
The release date and pricing
Unfortunately, Nokia Asha 310 dual sim smartphone likely is not going to enter US market. Fashioned in 109.9(W) x 54(H) x 13(D) with 103.7g, it will be available at selected Asian market, Africa and Brazil for $102 from Q1 2013.