Nokia’s Series 40 mobile operating system can be found only on Asha line handsets, but this family has many members that differ from each other in many aspects. Say, the Nokia Asha 309 is a full touch smartphone for users with low incomes to have internet access. On the other hand, there is the Nokia Asha 303 with a physical QWERTY keyboard designed especially for those consider themselves as heavy texters. But there is also a newly announced Nokia 109 that lets users connect to internet.
The Nokia 109 supports GPRS/EDGE 2G internet connectivity. This is the main feature of this handset. Other features worth to be mentioned are — a 1.8-inch display at 128 x 160 resolutions, microSD card support up to 32GB and so on. Unfortunately, there is no camera, so the Nokia 109 is made only to make calls, to listen to music and to browse web pages.
The Nokia 109 will be launched in black and cyan before the end of 2012 in China, Pacific Asia and Europe. It will cost $42 off contract.