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Nokia finally has a tablet in the form of the Lumia 2520, runs Windows RT 8.1

nokia lumia tablet 2520

Nokia finally has a tablet. With the not-so-epic netbook product from way back then, the marriage of Nokia and Microsoft has a child – the phone manufacturer’s first Windows RT tablet.

Specs include:

10.1 inch HD display
4G LTE and WiFi
6.7MP camera
Windows 8.1 RT

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Nokia Lumia 620 pegged at PHP 11,600

Nokia Lumia 620

Nokia has put a price tag on its entry-level follow up to the Lumia 610. The new Lumia 620, pegged at PHP 11,600 comes with the following tech specs:

5MP main camera and secondary front-facing VGA camera
Windows Phone 8 software
PhotoBeamer (free) for photo sharing
Snapdragonâ„¢ S4 Dual-core 1.0GHz
3.8″ LCD screen
microSIM slot
NFC enabled
1300 mAh battery life
512 MB RAM and 8GB internal storage (additional 7GB online with Skydrive)
Up to 64GB microSD card slot

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Nokia 206; dual SIM, 28 day standby time for PHP 2,850

nokia 206

This is Nokia’s entry-level “206” model that costs PHP 2,850. If you know anyone that needs an updated feature phone for calls and text and yeah a bit of Facebook, this is something you can recommend.

That’s all folks!

• Imaging technology that optimizes photos taken with its 1.3MP camera for sharing on Facebook
• A comprehensive social and mobile entertainment package with eBuddy Chat and a gift pack of 10 free, premium content items.
• Exclusive Easy Swap technology that enables consumers to change SIM cards without having to turn off the device.
• The Nokia 206 remember the settings of up to five SIM cards making it easy to switch between making calls or using the Internet
• An impressive standby time of up to 28 days.

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Nokia introduces dual SIM Asha 205 with ‘Slam’ Bluetooth Media Sharing; yours for PHP 2,680

nokia asha 205 price photo philippins review slam

For only PHP 2,860.00, you can own the new Nokia Asha 205. That gives you a dual SIM feature-phone that puts social first by allowing you to easily share your media to other friends using the exclusive ‘Slam’ software developed by Nokia. Essentially, this app is a Bluetooth file sharer, allowing you to send photos, video and other media to friends in the vicinity of Bluetooth (that’s about a 20 feet vicinity). If you’re not up for that feature, you still get a great battery-rich phone and borrows the dedicated Facebook hardware button, a feature originally seen in the HTC ChaCha.

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Nokia Philippines announces Asha 309, will sell for around PHP 4,400.00

With all this talk about high end smartphones, Nokia is plowing the entry-level mass market with its Internet-enabled affordable feature phones. Today, Nokia seems to be focusing on this market by churning out touch-screen feature phones that go below the PHP 4,100.00 (USD $99.00) mark. The Nokia Asha 309 is evidence to this.

The Nokia Asha 309 is primarily a WiFi phone (for mobile data it comes with 2G browsing only which in this day and age is obsolete) that comes with 32GB microSD card support. It comes with smartphone-like features such as the 3.0″ touch screen, multiple home screens similar to Android and yes — RADIO. It comes with a Twitter and Facebook client as well as a dedicated YouTube client. This is for the netizen who wants the bare essentials on a feature phone.

On another note, it has to be said that Nokia also updated their Nokia Xpress Browser which is now a lot faster and allegedly at par with the smartphone browsing experience. Also, Nokia seems to have a long term partnership with EA as their phones are stocked with mobile games. In this case, 40 of them.