Nokia has unveiled its Asha 205 mobile phone, which has dedicated features making it perfect for social networking addicts.
The handset design is similar to many BlackBerry devices, since it has a physical QWERTY keyboard, which many people may find it easier to type messages with.
A dedicated Facebook button allows instant access to the social networking site, meaning owners can share photographs with friends and update their status easily.
There is also support for Twitter, so those users who prefer 'tweeting' to 'liking' can keep up-to-date with friends, family and perhaps even celebrities online using the Asha 205.
Users will be able to download applications through the Nokia Store, and these handset buyers will even benefit from access to 40 free EA games.
The Finnish manufacturer has not yet announced whether the device will be sold in the UK, but with an estimated pre-tax price of $62 (£39), the device is likely to be affordable to many British consumers.
Posted by Samantha Green