Nokia is coming up with a plethora of new devices. We have already heard about Bandit tablet. Now, once again the rumors of new Asha series have picked up. Earlier in the year, Twitter sensation @evleaks had tweeted about forthcoming Asha handsets.
At that time, it was said that the new Asha series would have new design language and UI. Then, the global launch of Asha 501 happened in a New Delhi based event in the presence of Stephen Elop, CEO, Nokia. Once again, Nokia is speculated to launch two more handsets under new age Asha series - Asha 502 and Asha 503.
Of course, these new leaked phones will be slightly better in terms of internal specifications and features. Trusty @evleaks has once again come up with leaked pictures of Nokia Asha 502 and Asha 503. The tweet reads ", "Nokia Pegasus / Nokia Lanai = Asha 502 / Asha 503 (doubleshot)." Further, ThisisNokia also posted internal specifications of Asha 502 and Asha 503.
The Asha 502 will feature either a 3.2 or 3.5-inch display (360 x 640). It will be backed by 128MB or 512MB of RAM. The display is said to be scratch proof. The phone will be made of polycarbonate plastic and will be slightly slimmer than current Nokia Asha 501.The phone will also carry a 5MP camera with Nokia Camera app. The device will be powered by a 1-1.2-GHz single/dual-core processor. Other speculated features include: 3G connectivity and dual SIM facility.
The Asha 503 will be a better looking device. The phone will be still made of polycarbonate plastic, but covered with glass. It will be powered by a 1-1.5GHz dual-core processor. The phone is also said to have a display size between 3.2-4-inch with unknown resolution. This very phone would have 512MB of RAM. Connectivity options include 3G connectivity will be there, but at the same rumors say that 4G LTE is currently being tested on Asha 503.
Both these above mentioned devices will be unveiled in Q3 or Q4 2013. It is a possibility to see Asha 502 and Asha 503 announcement coming at an event slated to happen in Russia few hours from now. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.