Nokia have announced through their Conversations blog that the Nokia Asha 502 and 503 is now on sale in the Asia Pacific and “IMEA” markets.
The Asha 502 and 503 are follow ups to the 501, and bring a similar form factor, with a colourful outer shell, only the new models have a clear coating around them. The 502 and 503 also see a bump in the camera spec, with a 5 megapixel shooter, rather than the 3.2MP’s found on the 501.
What sets the 503 apart is that it comes with 3.5G connectivity. Both phones come in dual sim variants and support micro SD cards up to 32GB. The Asha 502 has an incredible 24 day standby time.
These new Asha handsets both arrive with the updated FastLane UI, which brings support for new apps like WhatsApp, as well as better personalization and privacy. We took a look at the update (11.1.1) early last week in a video which we uploaded to our YouTube channel, you can watch it below.
The Asha 502 and 503 along with the 500 was announced at Nokia World back in October, we also got a hands on demo when it got revealed to the world in Dubai, which you can watch below.
We are expecting the new Asha models to be available in more markets in the coming weeks and months and will do our best to keep you informed of their progress.
Read Nokia Coversation’s blog post HERE for more information on the release of the Asha 502 and 503.
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