Evleaks posted a unofficial render of the upcoming Nokia Asha 500, which looks quite similar to Nokia Asha 500 that was launched a few months back.
The device seems to feature minor changes in design with no physical buttons and a slightly different design with polycarbonate and glass body. It seems that the handset will launch with dual-SIM support and WiFi connectivity as well. The good news is that the purported handset may come with WhatsApp support, which is something Asha 501 users are eagerly waiting for.
The device is rumored to feature slightly larger screen compared to Asha 501, with microSD card support, 64MB RAM, 5MP camera and will be available in multiple colors. There are details about the pricing and availability of the handset, but it should come with a similar price tag as Nokia Asha 501 very soon.
Source: Evleaks, NokiaPowerUserFiled Under: Mobile Phone News