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Photos : Nokia Asha 202 - hands on walkthrough

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Nokia has added to their Asha range of smartphone-lite handsets at Mobile World Congress 2012, where ITProPortal is now bringing you this hands-on walkthrough in pictures of the new Asha 202/203.

Both of these devices run from the Series 40 OS, with a 2.4-inch touch screen and a traditional keypad - where they are nearly identical, apart from the fact that the 202 can house two SIM cards.

The Nokia Asha 202 and 203 also arrive with 40 free Electronic Arts games, along with Nokia Life that provides life skills, parenting, education, agriculture and entertainment services which are delivered via SMS.

Also announced at MWC 2012 was the Qwerty keypad based Asha 302, with support for Microsoft Exchange; ITProPortal exclusively published images of this device, last week, even before it was announced by Nokia.

Rob Kerr is a journalist with more than 14 years experience of news, reviews and feature writing on titles such as Wired, PC Magazine, The Register, The Inquirer, Pocket-Lint, Mobile Industry Review, Know Your Mobile and The Gadget Show. The mobile phone world is his real passion and forte, having owned a handset as far back as 1994 where he has seen them grow from just a business tool to a necessity in everyone’s everyday life.