Nokia Asha 202 and 203 Video
Nokia Asha 202 and 203 Video Transcript
Hi. I'm (Kinterman?) (??). I'm here at Mobile congress in Barcelona. Wanna show you Asha phone and these are (??) for you of slowing device for emerging market as the Nokia introduce unlikely will see this (??) in the United States you never know what they really meant for place as like India, as place as like Africa where there (??) more people needs. (??) device cellphones and they wanna get cellphone and (??) people don't have them yet so this is a Nokia Asha 202 now the most interesting about this phone it is duo (??). So we don't see a lot of those (??), parts of (??) phone it can be completely different carriers. Both (??) are (??), bar (310?) and it's actually co featured but if you just pressed that you can see which on carrier and if you even (press?) the carrier you can select what time the (??) you wanna come (set?) to that (account?). See you're travelling overseas. The (??) you get text messages from the US if you wanna get (??) expenses but then you're traveling in Spain (??) Spanish (??) gonna call you on the Spanish's phone then you can call him. So that's pretty cool otherwise it's a very simple design to mega (??) of cameras a pretty low in features. This is simple keypad. Still nice and (??) in hand and like really big sort of this phone is that (??) parts
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