Continues focus on the low end market with a new Symbian-powered touchscreen trio.
Just three weeks ago, Nokia revealed a new social feature phone range with a special focus on 'urban youngsters'.
Now, the Finnish OEM has unveiled the Asha Touch series - building on the existing Asha range comprising the 305, the 306, and the 311, all of which feature Nokia's data compression browser.
The 311 is the most powerful model, with 1GHz speeds and HSPA access, the 305 is dual-SIM device, while the single-SIM 306 is the 'most affordable wi-fi handset to date'.
Mary T. McDowell, executive VP for mobile phones, Nokia, said: "These phones deliver on what young, urban people value most -- a great-looking device; and an intuitive and affordable experience for connecting to the internet, to their friends, and to a world of entertainment, web apps and content."
The 305 has a 63 RRP and a Q2 release, while the 306 and 311 have respective 68 and 92 price tags and both are set for a Q3 launch.