Along with the Asha 205, Nokia announced another new entry level S40 device today, the Nokia Asha 206.
The Asha 206 measures 116 x 49.4 x 12.4 mm, weighs 91 grams and features an alphanumeric keyboard with a 2.4 inch QVGA display with GPRS/EDGE connectivity, a 1020 mAh battery, 1.3 Megapixel camera and microSD card slot with 10MB of internal memory.
There’s also a new file-sharing service called “Nokia SLAM” that works similarly to Bump, letting you transfer media between bluetoothe-enabled devices without the need to manually pair. And even more exciting, is the fact that it has a new voice-guided camera for portrait shots. And like most Asha phones, you get access to 40 free EA games on the Nokia Store, along with Twitter, Facebook and eBuddy pre-installed.
It’s expected ship sometime this Q4, in both single SIM (47 days standby) and Dual SIM (28 days standby) versions in White, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow color options. Expected price of about $62 or Rs 3500.