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 Six New Phones by Nokia
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Message Text: Nokia unveiled new phones including an affordable Windows Phone model, the Nokia 808 PureView equipped with a 41-megapixel sensor along with new and updated services at MWC 2012.

Nokia Lumia 610

  • Networks: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 Speed: HSDPA cat 7: 7.2Mbps
  • Display: 3.7” WVGA (800×480) TFT capacitive touch LCD display with pinch zoom
  • Memory: 256MB RAM, 8GB storage
  • Camera: 5 megapixels, auto-focus, LED flash.
  • Size/Weight: 119.24mm x 62.18mm x 11.95mm / 131.5g
  • Processor: 800 Mhz Single Core/Qualcomm Snapdragon S1
  • Battery: 1300 mAh
  • Talk time: GSM : 10.5 h, WCDMA : 9.5h.
  • Standby time: GSM : 670 h, WCDMA :720 h

The Nokia Lumia 610 is Nokia's most affordable Windows Phone to date. Aimed at young people, it comes with a 3.7-inch display and offers access to social networking, games, Nokia Maps and navigation, web-browsing and Nokia Music.

This smartphone features the bright Live Tiles on the Windows Phone homescreen, with the People Hub which puts all your friends, family and people you care about most in one place. It also lets you read Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn feeds.

Other features include access to Nokia Music (38 countries) with MixRadio (15 countries) and its 100 channels with selected locally-relevant tracks from a 14-million song catalogue. And Nokia has announced Nokia Reading providing a single, integrated reading hub experience. Nokia Reading makes it easier and faster to enjoy news, books, and audio books including a catalogue of local language reading material and the ability to access content offline. Access to Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive, with turn-by-turn navigation, and Nokia Public Transport add even more value to the Nokia Lumia 610 package.

The Nokia 610 will cost €189 before taxes and subsidies, and start shipping in April.

First announced in January for AT&T’s LTE network in the US, the Nokia Lumia 900 will also be available worldwide in an HSPA+ edition, Nokia said. The Dual Carrier HSPA phone will allow for downloads up 42.2 Mbps. It features a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display and an upgraded battery . The main camera has exclusive Carl Zeiss optics and a large aperture for great performance in low light and a wide-angle focal length for 16:9 images. There’s also a front-facing camera with large aperture and wide-angle lens for sharp, bright images and video calling out of the box.

The new Nokia 808 PureView extends features an amazing 41-megapixel sensor, Carl Zeiss optics and brand new pixel over-sampling technology. This means pin-sharp pictures, great low-light performance, yet with the ability to save your images in a suitable file size for social media, MMS and email. Also watch out for full 1080p video recording and exclusive Dolby Headphone technology to enrich the sound of any stereo content.

Nokia's oversampling technology means that taking typically sized shots (say, 5 megapixels) the camera can use oversampling to combine up to seven pixels into one "pure" pixel, eliminating the visual noise found on other mobile phone cameras. On top of that, you can zoom in up to 3X without losing any of the details in your shot – and there’s no artificially created pixels in your picture, either. Otherwise, you can use ‘Creative Shooting Mode’ to capture images at high resolution – 38 megapixels; then reframe, crop and zoom to find the best “picture within the picture” after the image has been shot and before saving it at convenient sizes for sharing and storage.

Inside, it’s got the latest Nokia Belle operating system with Feature Pack 1 enhancements. These enhancements allow improved performance, personalisation and entertainment options, with a new browser, the latest Nokia Maps and an improved notifications bar.

The screen is a four-inch, ClearBlack AMOLED display underneath Gorilla Glass. Inside, there’s a 1.3GHz processor, 16GB of internal user memory, with support for MicroSD cards up to 32GB. The device is pocketable considering how much there is inside. It’s only slightly larger than the Nokia N8 while the total weight, including the battery, is 169g. Talk time (over a 3G network) is rated at 6.5 hours, with a standby time of up to 540 hours.

Nokia is also introducing three new Nokia Asha mobile phones - Nokia Asha 302, 202 and 203 - with new capabilities aimed at urban users across the world. The Asha 302 is a QWERTY phone with support for Microsoft Exchange synchronisation, a first for Series 40 phones. The Asha 202 and 203 bring touch screens to a lower price point and come with anentertainment bundle.

Key features Asha 302: 

  • Dimensions: 115.2 mm x 58.9 mm x 13.5 mm
  • Weight: 106 g (including battery)
  • Standby time: Up to 29 days (GSM); Up to 34 days (WCDMA)
  • Talk time: Up to 9 hours (GSM); 5.9 hours (WCDMA)
  • Memory: Up to 140 MB internal memory,
    support for up to 32 GB microSD memory card
  • WIFI connectivity where available 

Key Features Asha 203:

  • Dimensions: 114.8 mm x 49.8 mm x 13.85 mm
  • Weight: 90 g (Including battery)
  • Standby time: Up to 25 days
  • Talk time: Up to 5 hours
  • Memory: Up to 10MB free user memory
  • Memory card: Support up to 32 GB microSD


Key features Asha 202:

  • Dimensions: 114.8 mm x 49.8 mm x 13.85 mm
  • Weight:  90g (including battery)
  • Memory: Up to 10MB free user memory
  • Memory card: Support up to 32 GB microSD
  • Standby time: Up to 16.5 days
  • Talk time: Up to 5 hours

New services

Nokia also announced improved services; improving how you can navigate your way around the world with a Nokia Lumia using Maps, Drive and Transport, introducing an eReading service – and launching a new Nokia Life for people in dynamic growing economies.  

Nokia Maps has also been updated for Windows Phone to make the experience simpler, with fewer objects and signs to get in the way of where you want to go – and a reduced colour palette to allow the brain to process information more easily.  Now you can zoom in to get all the detail you need, and pull back for larger context about what route you need to take – with pedestrians and drivers seeing different maps to reflect their different experiences. 

With the updated Nokia Maps you can now also create and collect your favourite places, and access places you’ve recently visited. Then, if you’re travelling with friends or colleagues, you can share your route with SMS email or social networks.

Nokia Maps now covers over 190 countries – and uses the latest technology to make sure that images are viewable from any browser, device and operating system.  

This update will be available in the coming weeks.

In addition, the new Nokia Drive on Lumia gets full offline support, with offline search and routing from calculating a route, to navigation and re-routing. A newly designed dashboard now shows speed limit alerts, as well as the speed you’re travelling at, as well as estimated time or arrival, time to destination and distance to destination. You can also access a list of recently saved destinations through a single tap, and then start turn-by-turn navigation.

This update will be available in the coming weeks.

Nokia Public Transport is a service that allows you to plan fast inner-city routes from point to point, and work out your time of arrival. Using Nokia Public Transport you can see when the nearest train, bus, tram or metro leaves, find out how to get to the station, discover if you need to change trains or lines along the way, and then use walk routing to reach your final destination.

This new app will be available in the coming days.

Nokia is working with publishers, including Penguin and Hachette, and Pearson to launch an e-book and audiobook experience that’s been designed specifically for the Nokia Lumia. Using Nokia Reading you can choose your own favourite authors, or select from bestselling novels and an extensive selection of top local books in your own language. The service integrates beautifully with the Lumia in the same “hub” and panorama experience we’ve seen working so fluidly with other services. 

In coming months you’ll also be able to create a personalised magazine page called “my stream” that automatically updates content across the most popular categories, and adds web content from your chosen sites.

Nokia Reading will be available for Nokia Lumia handsets from April. The service is initially launching in six markets (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Russia) with more to follow

The Nokia Life Tools has now become the new and enhanced Nokia Life, which includes great extra services like Life Skills and Parenting Advice, as well as new social elements. You can ‘Ask an Expert’ – like a doctor or career advisor – for specific health or work tips. Then you can ‘Share’ that information with friends from your phone book – or take part in a poll to express your opinions.

If you’re young and finishing your education, or starting out in your career, you need all the help you can get on how to manage your daily life. By using ‘Life Skills’, young people can see how to develop their communication skills, business and social etiquette, understand the basics of accounting for small businesses, and lots of other topics which can guide them through 21st Century living.

There’s more for parents too. ‘Parenting Advice’ helps parents with all physical, emotional and social aspects of bringing up their children from birth to adolescence.

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