Nokia is currently manufacturing more touchscreen smartphones, the 305 and 311, both of which are bound to be aimed at the entry-level market.
The 305 and 311 have been featured in a series of leaked photos, on a Chinese forum. Both phones have large touch screens, call and end buttons, at the bottom of the phone. The 311 features Wi-Fi connectivity, HSDPA and a 3.2MP rear facing camera.
There is also speculation as whether these new phones are connected to the rumoured Meltemi OS. The platform that these mobiles could be running on has been said to have a lot borrowed from MeeGo.
The operating system is rumoured to feature three home screens, a drop-down notification bar and no separate menu button. One of the three home buttons will instead connect to the app drawer, the next will provide access to contacts and favourite websites - the last panel, will link to media, such as the music player and radio.
Nokia should be announcing the Nokia 306 by July, so perhaps the 305 and 311 will be announced at the same time.
Nokia's next major release from the Finnish will be the 808 PureView, which won both 'Best Mobile Device' at Mobile World Congress 2012 and 'Best Imaging Innovation For 2012', from TIPA.
Source: Unwired View