Nokia may launch another Asha phone soon, before the deal with Microsoft is finalized.
The upcoming Asha 500 looks a lot like the existing Asha 501, with the addition of a second SIM card slot. Moreover, the Asha 500 doesn’t have a physical home/back button but a capacitive one.
The device comes with a 3-inch touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity and a microSD memory card slot.
Price wise, the Asha 500 shouldn’t cost more than $100, which is Nokia’s recommended price for the Asha 501.