Nokia Asha 302 Video
Nokia Asha 302 Video Transcript
Hi. I'm (Kinterman?) (??). I'm here at (??) Congress 2012. I wanna show you the Nokia Asha 302. One of the three devices that Nokia introduce and it's a new (Ashor?) theories. They're not Windows phone devices. They run on Symbian and they're main on for developing markets for people who don't have a cellphone yet so (??), on US carriers but I wanna show it to you anyway. I just have a (??) pro keyboard. It is not a touch screen. I have a white version here but it does come out of a lot of colors, blue, red, silver so Nokia usually does (??) with their phones but I do like the design and have a nice do in a hand. If you're looking for it entry levels, easy texting phone with a (??) features like integration to Facebook, social (lab?), sony media player. Not doesn't seem like a bad option. This is Nokia Asha 302. I'm here in Mobile Congress (Kinterman?)(??).com
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