WhatsApp is a popular application on iPhone and Android devices. Now it has come to the Nokia Asha 210 feature phone running on Nokia’s propreitary Series 40 operation system.
Nokia’s Asha 210 targets the consumers in emerging markets looking into an alternative to the Windows Phones. At a targeted price of £47 ($72) Nokia decided that the device’s 2.4in (6.1cm) screen would not be touch-enabled. It comes with a Qwerty keyboard and navigation button and a dedicated key gives you instant access to WhatsApp for messaging over the WiFi/3G. The app comes with the phone is free and do not require yearly subscription.