Nokia Asha 503 and 502 now available with dual-SIM
Asha 503 and 502 models have launched for sale also in India, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa
Recently Nokia introduced its new Asha family members: Nokia Asha 503, Nokia Asha 502 and Nokia Asha 500. The three of them feature touchscreen-optimized interfaces, as well as the 503 and 502 are available with dual-SIM. As for the availability of the models, so far Asha 502 was set for release in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, as for its siblings they are launching in the exact same regions as well as in Latin America. In terms of pricing, Asha 503 costs only $99, followed by Asha 502 for $89 and Asha 500 for $69.
Now there’s another report claiming that the 503 and 502 models have launched for sale also in India, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa and besides their affordable price, they come in a rich spectre of attractive colors.
Aside from that, the Asha 503 is now available both as a dual and a single-SIM variant with 3G. It is a 3-incher with QVGA display with the resolution of 320×240 pixels, and it also features a micro SD card slot for storage expansion, as well as a 5-megapixel LED flash rear camera, 1200 mAh battery, and support for Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi. Asha 502, for that matter comes only with a dual-SIM and 2G in terms of connectivity. It has a 3-inch QVGA display with 320×240 of resolution, and it features a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash; Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 as well as a microSD slot. Both handsets include the Nokia Xpress as well as it is integrated with Twitter, WeChat, Facebook, Sina Weibo and other social networks. Also they feature Fastlane with all its camera apps.
These handsets are certainly some great addition to the Nokia Asha family and in case you’re on a hunt for a budget-friendly smartphone, these stylish handsets might be exactly what you need.
Source: Nokia Conversations