Nokia Asha 501 available to pre-order in India for Rs.5199

Nokia Asha 501 smartphone is now available to pre-order in the Indian market for Rs. 5,199. It is the latest device in the famous Nokia Asha Series smartphone that comes with new refreshing design and revamped version of the operating system. Company announced the Nokia Asha 501 in May 2013 and it didn’t take much time to launch the device in the market too. It comes with 5 different color variants to choose including Red, White & Black.

Nokia Asha 501

Features of Nokia Asha 501 smartphone –
  • The phone sports a 3inch TFT touch screen display with 240*320 pixels resolution
  • It is running on Nokia Asha Software platform 1.0
  • It comes with 3.15MP rear camera and there is no secondary camera on the phone
  • It comes with 128MB of internal storage along with microSd card slot support up to 32GB
  • Comes in Black, White, Red, Yellow and Cyan color choices
  • It comes with WiFi, Bluetooth, USB and GPS connectivity options
  • It is powered by a 1200mAh battery that provides 17 hours of talk time
  • It weighs only 98.9 grams
  • Price – It is priced for Rs. 5,199 in Indian market
You can buy the Nokia Asha 501 smartphone from leading online stores as well as from Nokia store too. It will be shipped to the pre-booking buyers in the first week of July 2013. Nokia Asha 501 packs some decent features in the entry level smartphones range. It should grab a lot of attention in the market because of attractive looks and fair enough price tag.
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