Remember that handset Nokia teased just a couple of days ago? Well it turns out is was indeed a new QWERTY handset, dubbed the Asha 202 the new phone runs on Symbian OS, and borrows from some of the looks the Lumia series is now ell known for.

Featuring a full keyboard, the phone has built-in Whats App integration, with a dedicated key to launch the app, however in some markets this key will turn into a blue Facebook button, launching Facebook instead of Whats App.

Those who do purchase the handset will also be given a bunch of premium apps to download for free, as well as 2G and Wi-Fi connectivity, On the back of the phone there’s a 2 megapixel camera, all powered by a 1GHz processor.

The phone will be available in the US for $72, which is pretty darn cheap, if you convert it to pounds, you end up at £47, which would be the price for both the single and the dual-SIM versions of the handset.

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