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In Pictures: Nokia 808 PureView, Lumia 610, Asha 202, Asha 203 and Asha 302

First look images of the new Nokia phones.

PC Advisor fought its way to the front of the media scrum at the Nokia MWC 2012 stand and found a whole host of new mobile phones waiting for us. See more MWC 2012 articles.

We're a nice bunch at PC Advisor, so we thought we'd share with you the pictures we took of the shiny new Nokia devices.

Nokia PureView 808

The Nokia 808 PureView features a large, high-resolution 41 megapixel sensor with high-performance Carl Zeiss optics and new pixel oversampling technology.

Nokia PureView 808

Nokia Lumia 610

 

The new Nokia Lumia 610 is Nokia's fourth and most affordable Lumia smartphone, designed as the introduction to Windows Phone for a younger audience.

Nokia Lumia 610

Nokia Asha 302

The Nokia Asha 302 is Nokia's first Series 40 phone to support Mail for Exchange, giving people access to their emails, contacts and calendar on an exchange server.

Nokia Asha 302

Nokia Asha 203

The Nokia 203 has a traditional keypad with a 2.4- inch touch screen, ideal for browsing, scrolling and opening applications.

Nokia Asha 203

Nokia Asha 202 (dual sim)

The Asha 202 features Dual SIM Easy Swap technology with dedicated SIM manager to personalize the phone and save up to five SIM cards with unique information.

Nokia Asha 202

The new Nokia Lumia 610 is Nokia's fourth and most affordable Lumia smartphone, designed as the perfect introduction to Windows Phone for a younger audience.

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