Nokia's Windows Phones may attract all the attention – and a lot of it for the wrong reasons – but we imagine Espoo's feature phone division is the happier place to work.
The unassuming Asha line has been doing a solid (if unspectacular) job at the bottom end of the mobile phone market, and now we have two more to add to the mix: the Asha 308 and Asha 309.
In fact, such has been Nokia's success in blurring the lines between smartphone and non-smartphone that some industry analysts now reckon Series 40 devices are actually smartphones in all but name.
As for these two, it's a familiar story from previous Asha launches in that they are by and large the same phone, but the 308 supports GSM/EDGE 850 and 1900MHz frequencies and can house two SIM cards.
Otherwise, both have 3in WQVGA touchscreen displays, an 800MHz processor and a 2-megapixel camera. You get a 2GB microSD card in the box, and you'll need it with just 20MB of on-board storage. The battery is a modest 1110mAh unit, but that should be enough considering the spec.
Both are expected to go on sale in Q4, and will cost the equivalent of around $99 plus local taxes and subsidies.