Facebook Phone? That's yesterday's news. Whatsapp is where the action is these days, and Nokia has gone all-in with the Asha 210, a cut-price QWERTY contender with a dedicated Whatsapp hardware button right there on the phone itself.
Yes, it's the Whatsapp Phone.
Actually it's just a basic feature phone with a shortcut button on the front and a free lifetime subscription to Whatsapp – a privilege that saves you a grand total of $1 per year. Based on the standard 1-to-2 year timespan most people keep their phones for, that'll save you a grand total of... well, next to bugger all, but it's the thought that counts.
Nokia claims the Series 40-based Asha 210 is “the most social Asha yet”, and aside from hardwired Whatsapp access you're also just a hop, skip and jump away from Facebook and Twitter at all times too.
Design-wise it's the very definition of cheap and cheerful, delivering – the press release tells us – “a distinctive Nokia design and bold colours”.
The display is understandably small given the full keyboard, though the 2.4in QVGA panel leaves plenty of untouched bezel real estate around it.
You're limited to a just a 2-megapixel camera (more poor view than PureView here, it seems) and you'll also have to get by without 3G.
The upside of those sacrifices on the spec front are a 46-day battery life (or 24 days if you go for the dual-SIM version) and a super-low $72 (£50-ish) pre-taxes price tag.
If that kind of low-rent mobile proposition floats your boat you'll be able to pick up the QWERTY-tastic Nokia Asha 210 sometime in June.