Nokia Asha 311: Now Available

Nokia has announced that the Nokia Asha 311 is now available for purchase in the Philippines. The Nokia Asha 311 is a fast and fluid 3.5G capacitive touchscreen device, powered by a 1GHz processor to provide a great internet experience to consumers who want to be set free from excessive data consumption costs and short battery life.

The engaging, fully re-designed Nokia Asha Touch interface sits at the heart of an incredibly rich mobile Internet experience. With just a single swipe, users are able to:

Enjoy faster and more affordable web browsing. The Nokia Asha 311 takes full advantage of the Nokia Browser 2.0, a major recent update which uses Nokia's cloud technology to make Internet browsing up to twice as fast and 85% cheaper than with comparable browsers.

Enjoy a world of entertainment.The Nokia Asha 311 comes with 15 levels of Angry Birds as a free, pre-loaded app, as well as a gift of 40 free-to-download*EA games including Tetris®, Bejeweled®, Need for Speed(TM) The Run and EA SPORTS(TM) FIFA 12. Nokia Store makes it simple for users to find and select from more than 32,000 content items, including apps, available for Asha devices.

Stay in touch and informed. The pre-loaded social application allows users to keep track of their friends and family on Facebook and Twitter directly from the home screen. Messaging apps like WhatsApp make it easy to communicate in real-time, while the pre-loaded Nokia Maps means that users need never get lost again.

The Nokia Asha 311 features a 3.2MP camera and can support up to 32GBof expandable memory. The device is available in four colours: Sand White, Blue, Dark Grey and Rose Red.

"Consumers have told us that they want a fast mobile Internet experience and access to thousands of apps, all packaged in a powerful, beautifully-designed device - and we're confident that we've delivered exactly that," said Dharmesh Goshalia, General Manager, Nokia Philippines. "The Nokia Asha 311brings a quick and responsive full-touch experience to Filipinos at an attractive price, packed with benefits for cost-savvy and style-conscious consumers."

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