Nokia’s been rolling out low-cost Asha featurephones like crazy in the recent months, and it doesn’t look like the Finnish company is going to stop soon. The latest Asha device to be unveiled by the company is the Asha 205 which was especially built for the social web which is evidenced by a dedicated Facebook button on the device. Nokia says the new button should allow users to instantly connect to their friends, by allowing them to see which of their friends are online to start chatting with them right away, start messages and group chats fast and reach more of the people they know, wherever they are, no matter what device they are using.
The button also allows users to quickly share their status updates and photos, though at this point in time we’re not exactly sure how it works. We suppose it’ll closely mimic the experience on HTC’s own Facebook specialized phone, the ChaCha though at this point in time it’s purely speculation from us. Other specs of the Asha 205 include a 2.5-inch display, QWERTY keyboard and dual-SIM capabilities. No price has been set as of writing.