Mobile phone Nokia plans for its new low-end smartphone Asha 310 to be in stores in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Brazil this quarter at a price of US$102.
The Asha 310 comes with a dual-Sim card slot and Wi-Fi access, aiming to bolster its market share in developing markets.
Nokia has been losing market share to Samsung and Apple in the high-end smartphone market and is also struggling at the low end against growing competition from Chinese manufacturers.
The Finnish company said that the new Asha 310 will come with a full-touch 3-inch display and 2 megapixel camera. The phone allows users to switch between Sim cards and Wi-Fi to keep down costs.