Nokia struggling mobile phone firm unveiled its first three basic phone models with large touch screens, filling a gap in its suite of products.
Consumer demand for such devices has been rising fast especially in emerging markets. Nokia said its Asha 305 model would go on sale this month for 63 euros ($78.52), excluding subsidies and taxes.
The Asha 306 and Asha 311 models will go on sale next quarter for 68 euros and 92 euros, respectively. Last year 105 million low-end touch screen handsets were sold globally, according to Strategy Analytics.
BdST 1959 HRS, JUN 6, 2012
Sabbin Hasan, ICT Editor
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