The Nokia Asha 230 announced at Mobile World Congress 2014 is squarish, colorful, and costs only 45 Euros.
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Its surprising design is the best thing about the Nokia Asha 503, but if you're looking for a traditional smartphone experience, its underperformance will only disappoint..
For $99, the Nokia Asha 501 is worth getting if you want a small, simple, colorful feature phone. However, U.S. denizens will have to buy it unlocked.
Equipped with a 2-megapixel camera, dual-SIM capabilities, and a four-row QWERTY keyboard, the Nokia Asha 210 is a budget-conscious feature phone bound for Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
That largest in the Nokia X family of phones, the XL has a 5-inch screen, 5-megapixel camera, and moderate price tag.
It's incredibly basic, but the minuscule Asha 230 has an adorable design and will set you back very little cash.
At its Mobile World Congress press conference, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop unveils a new Asha device and a curious Windows Phone/Asha/Android hybrid handset.
True to rumors, the new Nokia X smartphone technically does run on Android, but not as you might expect. Let CNET show you how.
Nokia's Asha 230 has a rock bottom price, a simple design, and very few features. See it here in all its minimalist glory.
Trapped in carbonite? Been there, done that. The Nokia Asha 503 looks like a phone suspended in ice. And that's a good thing.