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Nokia Asha 303, Asha 300 and Asha 200 – hands-one walkthrough in images

One Mobile Ring is rounding up these hands on walk through in pictures, with three of the low costing series 40 based mobile phones that were announced at the Nokia World conference in London.

The Nokia Asha 303 arrives with a 2.6-inch QVGA screen, where as the 300 has a 2.4-variant with both of them being accompanied by a 1GHz processor, with 170MB and 140MB of internal storage, a 3.2 megapixel camera and 5MP version - respectively.

Nokia's Asha 200 has dual SIM card capabilities with a non-touch 2.4-inch QVGA screen, with the same 1GHz CPU as the other two devices and only 64MB of memory and a 2MP camera.

All of the handsets come with a revamped UI that has the look of Symbian Anna, along with easy access to social networking websites, apps and music features from the Nokia music store plus Angry Birds preinstalled - the first time on a series 40 phone.

Nokia Asha 303

Nokia Asha 300

Nokia Asha 200

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