Nokia’s Asha phones may not be well-known in the U.S., where smartphones dominate the cellphone market. The Asha is a colorful Lumia-esque feature phone, that is going on sale in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. Nokia introduced an infographic showing the evolution of the companies feature phones, from the 1990’s brick phone to today’s colorful, data hungry smartphones.
Nokia’s new Asha feature phones come in three models, the Asha 500, the Asha 502 and the Asha 503. All models fall below the $100 mark, and are available in dual-SIM variants. All models come in multiple color options, including bright red, yellow, cyan, white, black and bright green.
Check out the colorful image below, where you can see the evolution of feature phones from tiny, monotone screens into the big colorful screened behemoths we know them as today.