' Much of Nokia's recent success on developing markets has been driven by a new range of touch-screen Asha devices that the company introduced this summer. These new Asha devices are outselling cheap Android devices such as Samsung's Galaxy Mini and Galaxy Y models in many developing markets, and are also proving popular in some European markets, such as Germany, Italy, Poland and Turkey."Currently, the Asha 305 is the best selling touch-screen device across India, Africa and the Middle East," Mr. Toikkanen, who heads Nokia's mobile phones business, said. 'http://news.morningstar.com/all/ViewNews.aspx?article=/DJ/20...----------------MDP Home Fool
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