Nokia has today (May 15th) announced the launch of two new budget mobile phones – the 111 and 113.
The handsets are being marketed as social networking devices with an emphasis on Facebook and Twitter use, however, they will also make mobile internet faster and more affordable for all.
This comes in the form of Nokia Browser, which compresses websites to ensure customers consume up to 90 per cent less data.
Both devices will have Facebook and Twitter preloaded on to the home screen, while there will be plenty of games to keep people entertained such as Tetris, Need for Speed, The Run and SimCity Deluxe.
Nokia was overtaken as the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer by Samsung last month and the Finnish firm will hope this will help to claw back some of 2011's losses.
It will come with a 1.8-inch display and will be able to support up to 32GB of expandable memory.
Posted by Peter Robinson
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