Nokia users will now be able to share photos and videos almost instantly using Bluetooth-enabled devices without pairing, through the Slam feature.
The new feature that comes in the Nokia Asha 205 and Nokia 206 will see multimedia content shared faster than through Bluetooth, and without consuming Internet data.
Nokia says the service will be most helpful for individuals who heavily use social media, making their experience more exciting.
The two devices, just like the service, are meant to draw super social consumers to have a dedicated Facebook button combined with eBuddy Chat, Twitter and support for popular email accounts.
Other features in the Nokia Asha 205 include free Nokia life+ web app, dual-SIM models, comprehensive mobile entertainment package as well as a standby time of up to 37 days with single SIM and 25 days dual SIM. Nokia 206, like the Nokia 205, enables users to access Facebook and Twitter from the home screen as well as social apps such as WhatsApp and ebuddy.
The 206 version has even a longer stand up time of 47 days single SIM and 28 days dual SIM.
“The latest Nokia devices give super-social consumers new ways to express their personalities through design, colour and innovative new features like Slam. Both devices are built with the trust and quality people have come to expect from Nokia, and offer smarter Internet experiences that help save money today and tomorrow.” explains Timo Toikkanen, executive vice president, Mobile Phones, Nokia.
Both products will retail at about $62, excluding taxes and subsidies.