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Nokia Asha 503

Nokia Asha 503

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Engadget
On the outside, the new Ashas don't look that much different than the 501, with one giant exception: all three now feature a box-like layer of transparent polycarbonate surrounding the standard colored casing. This is a pretty fresh design technique we haven't seen much of before.
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CNET
The 503 features a combination of specs pulled from the previous two Ashas. For example, it has a 1,200mAh battery, 32GB of additional storage, and an LED flash-equipped 5-megapixel shooter. However, it comes in both single- and dual-SIM models, and most notably, it connects to 3G networks.
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The Next Web
The Asha 500, 502 and 503 (which look almost identical) continue this lollipop-inspired aesthetic with a new ‘crystal-clear’ case that wraps around the handset’s exterior.
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SlashGear
The Asha 501 was a solid nugget of color, the connection to Nokia’s Lumia range clear from the bright CMYK shells. The Asha 500, 502, and 503 build on that by embedding the colored plastic in a clear outer husk. It looks a little like they’re trapped in ice, and it leaves them glistening.

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