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Nokia's Upcoming Dual SIM Phone Gets Leaked: Is it Asha 504?
With the Mobile World Congress (MWC) fast approaching, we shall witness an unveiling of newer Asha handset later this month.
Through the leaked picture, Twitter user @evleaks has claimed that Nokia is prepping to announce a large screen Asha handset, dubbed the 504.
The Nokia Asha 504 specs sheet includes a display sized between 3.2-inches to 3.5-inches. Further, the upcoming handset made under Asha series, is certainly not looking similar to previous generation Asha handsets.
The design of the phone seems to be identical to Samsung made Android phones. A good look at the leaked image shows of a rectangular home button beneath the display vs. a single capacitive ‘ back ‘ button found synonymous to newer Asha series models.
Moreover, it does appear that the Asha 504 will feature dual-SIM connectivity support . According to latest report, the yet-to-be announced phone is said to have Bing as a default search engine.
With Nokia having yet to make any formal announcement in respect to so-called ‘Asha 504', so it is suggested to take this rumor as a pinch of salt. In fact, we don't know anything about its internal hardware.
At this year's MWC expo, Nokia is expected to reveal slew of handsets powered by Windows and new Asha software platform.
The internet is abuzz with rumors surrounding the Nokia X Android phone. The said phone is believed to be powered by Android 4.4 Kitkat. It will be made available in multiple colors, and expected to be part of Nokia's MWC 2014 lineup.
Stay tuned to GizBot!