After ruling the market for about 14 years, Nokia is now struggling since Samsung and Android took over the market. But they have made some strategy to keep hold on their customers by launching Low Budget devices with powerful features like they did in past in form of Asha QWERT and Touch Series. Today they launched two more devices costing far lower than before but yet powerful, they are Nokia Asha 205 and Asha 206.
Both of these new smartphones are running on the same Symbian S40 operating system on which rest of the Asha smartphones based. Whereas Asha 205 is QWERTY phone, Asha 206 has normal Candy keypad. Both have the same 2.4-inch screen with 240 x 320 pixel resolutions. The only difference is the camera between both devices. Asha 205 have 0.3 megapixel camera whereas 206 has 1.3-megapixel camera.
Apart from these similarities, some more similar features in both devices are 2G connectivity, FM Radio, 3.5mm headphone jack and powerful battery that provides upto 47 days in standby mode. Though these devices looks very simple, we can store data upto 32GB using MicroSD Card. Also users can get these phones in either single or dual-SIM configurations.
Both Asha 205 and 206 are also loaded with Social Network apps. If we talk about 206, it has a dedicated button for Facebook. Other than this the devices are also not bad for gaming. They come preloaded with 40-games from Electronic Arts. These devices will probably hit the market after a month and will be around Rs. 3,500.