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After the grand success of Asha 501, the Finnish giant is ready to add more affordable handsets running Nokia Asha platform. The brand ‘ Asha ‘ is more relevant today, as the devices falls under Asha series are capable of doing every possible task one should expect from a budget smartphone. The newest members: the Asha 503, 502 and 500, are as much as capable as any other feature-rich Android phone. The new Asha line-up has impeccable design, youthful appeal and expressive UI.
The cost factor is a deciding factor when a consumer shops for a phone, especially, in a developing country like India.Nokia has priced the Asha 503 ($99-Rs.6085), Asha 502 ($89-Rs.5470), Asha 500 ($69- Rs.4241). The Indian pricing and exact release date are yet to be confirmed by Nokia.
A senior executive over at Nokia told GizBot that the newest Asha line-up will be manufactured in India, just like the Asha 501. The Finnish giant plans to launch the Nokia Asha 503 and 502 in the fourth quarter of 2013, whereas the Asha 500 will hit retail stores sometime in the first quarter of 2014. GizBot was present at Nokia World, and spend some quality time with Nokia's newest Asha line-up. Take a look!
Jazz up! Nokia's latest affordable Asha line-up, the Asha 503, 502 and 500, have glass-like construction, rectangular design, and intuitive user-interface. After having experienced the new range of Asha series at Nokia World, GizBot expects to see "Social revolution ", at least in India. The inexpensive, and very stylish Asha range of handsets (Asha 503, 502 and 500), are meant to lure those who always aimed to get a smartphone, but unable to purchase due to budget issues. Nokia is promising an experience like never before.
To be made available in Red, Black, White, Cyan, Yellow and Green with clear plastic casing around, it shows that Nokia has kept the durability factor in mind while designing newest Asha handsets. Yes, the build-quality is of course great, but at the same time you won't believe that how Nokia managed to make these budget handsets so portable. One realizes now why Nokia Asha 501 topped global smartphone tally in such a short period of time. With the Asha 503, 502 and 500, Nokia has cleared that colorful handsets are here to stay.