Thursday, February 2, 2012

Nokia Introduces New Range Of Dual SIM Phones



Nokia Asha 200




Nokia has introduced a new range of dual SIM products, Nokia X2-02 & Asha 200, into the Nigerian market.

The firm said the new phones were produced to extend its dual SIM offerings to a wider segment of mobile phone users.

The  Service  Manager,  Nokia  West Africa, Olumide Balogun, said Nokia has identified  changing  customer  needs  and  the need to continually surpass expectations. Thus, the introduction of the new devices to satisfy customer needs.

“Nokia  has  a  tradition  of  always making phones that give users a great experience  and  in  Nokia X2-02 and  Asha 200, we are giving users devices that are trendy and yet packed full with lots of exciting applications.‘’

The Nokia X2-02 and Ahsa 200 were unveiled at the recently held grand prize presentation of Nokia’s dual SIM promo where the grand prize winner was rewarded with two Hyundai Accent cars.

Operator  Account  Manager,  Nokia  West Africa, Beatrice Olumhense, stated that  Asha  200  comes  with  a  Qwerty  keyboard and applications that are accessible  to  users  and  make the phone an impending game-changer in the youth segment.

The Asha 200 is totally social, has dual SIM convenience and music on the go with numerous apps and games to stay informed and entertained. These would  enable  users connect straight to Facebook, twitter and other social network  sites  with   a  colourful easy to use Qwerty pad that allows fast messaging. The device would also enable users swap easily without having to turn off the device.

The Nokia X2-02, supports microSD with up to 3 GB of memory so the user can take all his favorite music with him. Built into the X2-02 is also the Nokia browser which makes mobile web browsing fast, easy and affordable. Users can also play music via radio to pump the songs on the phone through the radio on music system or car stereo.

Nokia X2-02 and Asha 200 like other Nokia Dual SIM phones allow easy swap of SIM cards without having to switch off the phone.





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