Today Nokia unveiled what is most likely the last Asha phones to bear its name. A total of three devices were launched including the new Asha 500, Asha 502, and Asha 503 all of which feature bright colors housed under a glassy polycarbonate case. The new Asha phones are a cross between a feature phone and a smartphone with apps for social networking and email.
The all new Asha 500 features a 2.8-inch screen and a 2-megapixel camera, with the 502 and 503 models boasting a larger 3-inch screen and 5-megapixel shooter. The flagship is of course the 503 model which features 3G connectivity, and a Gorilla Glass screen, while the other two only pack WLAN and quad-band edge connectivity. All three models feature dual SIM capabilities and boat a charge time of 1 month. The phones will retail for $69, $89, and $99 respectively in Africa, Asia, APAC, Europe and the Middle East.