Prepare your eyes for feasting! Are they prepared? Yes? Then feast your eyes on the official pictures of Nokia's new Asha lineup of basic phones: the the 200, 201, 300 and 303.

The Asha 200, 201, 300 and 303 were unveiled this morning at Nokia World, Nokia's annual showcase here in London. Click through our pictures above for a brimful of Asha.

They're simple phones, using S40 software. They combine touchscreens and Qwerty keyboards and come in a range of colours. Although they're basic phones, they run apps including WhatsApp instant messaging and Angry Birds.

As well as sharing its name with a synthesiser, the 303 is a Qwerty-packing phone with a 2.6-inch screen and 1GHz processor. The 300 has a 12-button keypad and 5-megapixel camera.

The Asha 200 is a dual-SIM phone, so you can have two phone numbers without needing two phones. Handy if you travel a lot, as you can benefit from a cheap SIM bought in the country you're in, without having to give up your own number.

The 201 is the same phone, but with just the one SIM slot.

The Asha range was overshadowed by the launch of Nokia's new Windows Phones. The Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia Lumia 710 are the first smart phones from the Finnish company to use Microsoft's software.

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The Nokia 200 in hot pink.
The 200 in black.
Check out that Qwerty.
The Nokia Asha 201.
The Nokia Asha 201 in pink.
Holy Moly that's green.
Don't drop it in the snow.
Don't drop it in the grass.
The Nokia Asha 300.
Burgundy? Maroon? Red?
This is what Angry Birds looks like on the 300.
"There's these birds, right, and there's these pigs, and you shoot birds at the pigs."
The Nokia Asha 303.
Boring old silver. This phone is so boring to look at we'll probably fall asleep before the end of this sentenzzzz.
"Yeah, out of a catapult. No, no idea why."
"No, I don't know why birds need a catapult to fly. Maybe they're so angry they forgot how."
Everybody needs a 303.

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