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Nokia unveils four Series 40 Qwerty mobile phones

Nokia has launched four new Qwerty keyboard based Symbian series 40 handsets at their Nokia World event today, in the Nokia Asha 303, Asha 300, Asha 200 and Asha 201.

Nokia Asha 303 will ship with a metallic finish and a 2.6-inch capacitive touch screen with a full qwerty keyboard, whilst powered by a 1GHz processor and a 3.2 megapixel camera, with 170MB of memory and support for 32GB microSD cards.

There is access to 3G and WIFI with social networking, email and IM features plus the cloud-based Nokia Browser that offers web compression by up to 90-percent.

Also onboard is Angry Birds Lite, the popular mobile game that is preinstalled, together with support for other globally relevant applications such as Facebook Chat, Whatsapp messaging and the latest release of Nokia Maps for Series 40.

The Nokia Asha 303 will be approximately 115 Euros and is expected to ship in Q4 of this year, as is the 300.

Nokia's 300 is set to cost 86 Euros, with the same features as the 303 - only with a smaller 2.4-inch resistive touch display, a higher capacity 5MP camera and a smaller 140MB storage limit.

The Nokia Asha 200 will ship with dual SIM card capabilities and easy swapping features, a non-touch 2.4-inch screen, a full qwerty keyboard, with a 2 megapixel camera and 64MB of internal storage - with the same software features as the 303 and at a cost of 60 Euros.

Nokia's 201 is priced at the same cost as the 200 with the same set of specifications, only with a single SIM capacity and with 52 hours of music playback.

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Rob has worked in the affiliate industry for many years with large publishers, and previously worked as a journalist on titles such as Wired, PC Magazine, ITProPortal, The Register, The Inquirer, Pocket-Lint, Mobile Industry Review, Know Your Mobile and The Gadget Show.