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Microsoft has announced the Nokia 222, an ultra-low-cost handset with web connectivity, rear camera, microSD card slot, services such as Skype and Facebook, and up to 29 days of battery life, for $37.
Feature phones need some lovin' too; Facebook has announced that they have now recorded over 100 million users accessing the social network using their Facebook for Every Phone app.
In a new television advert shared on Facebook, Nokia has unveiled its Asha 501 handset. The 501, which looks a bit like a Lumia handset, is intended for the developing mobile market across the world.