It is, again, the time of the year for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where the newest mobile innovations take the stage, fresh from the manufacturing nooks of some of the world’s tech giants.
Using this opportunity, Nokia unveiled its highly anticipated 2014 product lineup on February 24. The conference saw the debut of Nokia’s affordable, premium, and Android line.
First up is the Nokia 220, the tech manufacturer’s most affordable internet-ready phone. Among its features are a 2-megapixel rear snapper, Dual-SIM slots, and 2g internet support.
Following the 220’s debut is the new Nokia Asha 230. Touted as the most affordable touchscreen among the Asha family, the handset boasts of smarter imaging and the integration of the Asha Motion App.
Last but, definitely, not the least is the big reveal of Nokia’s X line of handsets. This line technically runs Android, but still bears a mix of Nokia and Microsoft services. The phones under this line are the Nokia X and Nokia X+ plus their bigger sibling, the Nokia XL. The Nokia X family will be available in Q2 of 2014.