Nokia Asha 503 leaks

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Nokia Asha 503

With numerous leaks, it's no secret that Nokia has in all probability been working on two Asha feature phones, the Asha 502 and Asha 503, considered the successors to the popular budget Asha 501phone.

While the Nokia Asha 502 was leaked recently, the latest to hit the rumour mill is its sibling, the Asha 503. The new leak comes courtesy of the popular phone tipster, @evleaks which has posted a render of the rumoured Nokia Asha 503 on Twitter. The tweet also hints that the phone might be announced this year.

The leaked render of the Asha 503 reveals the handset in multiple colours, with a large rear camera sensor sitting alongside an LED flash. Other features revealed by the leak include the power button,
volume rocker buttons, audio jack port and Micro-USB port housed at the sides of the phone. Moreover, the leaked render shows the device in a glass casing which we assume would come bundled with the device.

The leaked render further suggests that the phone will likely come pre-loaded with Line instant messaging app. The alleged Nokia Asha 503 has been rumoured to feature a polycarbonate and glass design. The display is likely to be around 3.2 to 3.4-inches. The device is expected to be powered by a 1.0GHz-1.5GHz processor with a GPU, and RAM could be in the range of 128 to 512MB.

The Asha 503 is expected to support 3G connectivity, the feature that was widely missed on the Asha 501. It is also likely to be a dual-SIM phone.

Meanwhile, Nokia is expected to unveil six new devices at its October 22 event, due to be held at Nokia World in Abu Dhabi, according to a recent report. The expected devices to be launched at Nokia World include the long-rumoured Lumia 1520 phablet; the company's first Windows RT tablet, the Lumia 2520; the Lumia 525, said to be the successor to the Lumia 520, and the Treasure Tag accessory.
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