OneMethod On Engadget
The end of October saw Nokia make some big moves and introduce a new line of devices. While much of the buzz around Nokia relates to their new relationship with Microsoft (more on that soon), they surprised more than a few people recently by raising the bar of what a lower-end phone can do.
At Nokia World, the company introduced their new line of Asha devices, which truly blur the line between featurephone and smartphone. How does OneMethod and Engadget fit in? Glad you asked. OneMethod produced two product launch videos that introduce the devices and Engadget featured those videos on their site. After just two days our Nokia Asha 303 video had racked up over 50,000 views and continues to get clicks. See below to view the videos and head over to endgaget.com to view the original article.
About Nokia Asha Devices
The Asha line of devices are featurephones targeting developing markets. There are four phones that the company brought up: the dual-SIM Nokia Asha 200, the similar but single-SIM variation named Asha 201, the Asha 300 and finally the QWERTY-equipped flagman, the Asha 303. All of them use Series 40 as their platform and are the first featurephones to come with Angry Birds pre-installed.
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