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Nokia’s new Asha 311, Asha 305

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Expanding its Asha series, Nokia has launched two new budget phones – Asha 311 and Asha 305 – in India. Priced at Rs 7,139, the Nokia Asha 311 has a 3-inch scratch resistant capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 400×240 pixels. Weighing 95g, the Asha 311 has an internal memory of 256MB (approximately 100MB free user memory), which is expandable …

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Nokia Asha 503 with 3G available at Rs 6,683

Nokia Asha 503 with 3G Nokia has launched its Asha 503 smart function phone available in the market, nearly a fortnight after its legitimate unveiling in India. The handset has been priced at Rs 6,683 on the corporate’s legit e-store, relatively below its respectable price tag of Rs 6,799. It is available at online marketplace Snapdeal at Rs 6,964 and …

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Nokia N9 PR1.3 Update Brings “Over 1000 Quality Improvements”

Nokia has confirmed that it has started rolling out the PR 1.3 (v40.2012.21-3) software update for its last MeeGo powered handset, the N9. The update will be rolled out in batches over the next few weeks, with the non-branded N9 variants slated to receive the update first. At the moment it is known whether the update is a major one …

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Nokia cuts Lumia 800, 900 prices before new models arrive

  Struggling phone maker Nokia has knocked 10-15 percent off the prices of two of its top of the range smartphones, hoping to boost sales before newer models arrive in markets in November. Nokia cuts Lumia 800 Nokia has cut the price of the Lumia 800 by around 15 percent and the Lumia 900 by 10 percent in Europe, according …

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Nokia WP7 Lumia smartphones to get new UI, Bluetooth file transfer

Nokia WP7 Lumia smartphones to get new UI   Nokia ensured few people would buy its Windows Phone 7-powered devices when it announced that its Lumia range of smartphones running on Windows Phone 7 would not be upgraded to Windows Phone 8. Everyone assumed that after Windows Phone 8’s launch, current WP7 phones would be passé as they’d just get …

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