Nokia seems to be in no mood to rest after the laurels earned by its Asha 501 budget feature phone, as the company is reportedly working on two new Asha devices, if a rumour is to be believed.
In line with the design language of the recently launched Nokia Asha 501, the company reportedly has the Asha 502 and Asha 503 phones in the pipeline. This Is Nokia, a Nokia fan website cites sources to reveal the specifications of the Nokia Asha 502, codenamed Pegasus and the Nokia Asha 503, codenamed Lanai. The site claims that both of the alleged Asha phones could be launched in Q3 or Q4 of 2013.
The site notes that the Nokia Asha 502 will feature a polycarbonate design with a 3.2 to 3.5-inch scratch resistant display which is said to be better than that of the Asha 501, though the source is not sure about the screen resolution. It is likely to be slimmer and lighter. The RAM could be in the range of 128 to 512 MB while the processor is expected to be clocked at 1-1.2GHz. The Asha 502 is said to support 3G connectivity, the feature that was widely missed on the Asha 501. It could sport a 5-megapixel rear camera with the new Nokia Camera app for Asha devices. The site also claims that the device could support dual-SIM.
Meanwhile, the alleged Nokia Asha 503 is said to feature a polycarbonate and glass design. The display is likely to be around 3.2 to 3.4-inches. It could be powered by a 1-1.5GHz processor with a GPU and RAM could be in the range of 128 to 512MB. The Asha 503 is also likely to be a dual SIM phone with 3G connectivity.