Nokia Asha 210

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Not to be confused with the Nokia 210 (2019).

Nokia Asha 210
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BrandNokia
ManufacturerNokia
SloganLife that's worth sharing
SeriesAsha
First releasedApril 2013
PredecessorNokia Asha 200/201, Nokia Asha 302
SuccessorNokia 500
RelatedNokia Asha 205
DimensionsHeight: 111.5 mm
Width: 60 mm
Thickness: 11.8 mm
Mass100 g
Operating systemNokia Series 40
Memory32 MB RAM, 64 MB ROM
Removable storageMicro SD card up to 32GB
BatteryLi-Ion (BL-4U)
Capicity: 1200 mAh
Data inputsQWERTY Keyboard
DisplayDisplay size: 2.4"
Orientation: Landscape
(320 x 240)
Pixel Density: 169 ppi
Colors: 65536
Technology: LCD
Rear cameraSensor size: 2 megapixels
Video: 176 x 144 pixels (10fps)
Front cameraN/A
Connectivity3.5 mm Nokia AV Connector
2.0 mm Charging Connector
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Remote SyncML synchronisation
Local SyncML synchronisation
Websitehttp://www.nokia.com/global/

The Nokia Asha 210 is a dual-band QWERTY messenger phone powered by the Series 40 operating system. It was officially announced on April 24, 2013, and it is part of the Nokia Asha series of feature phones. There are both single SIM and dual SIM versions available. It retailed for $72 upon release. Depending by market and mode, the Asha 210 has a dedicated button for either the WhatsApp application, Facebook, or the web browser.[1][2]

Models sold in Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia support three languages: English, Indonesian and Simplified Mandarin.[3][4][5]

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Nokia Asha series logo