There are 10 reasons for Indian mobile users to like Nokia Asha 501 – the first smartphone launched on Nokia Asha platform.
First, Nokia Asha 501 is available for around Rs 6,000 (including taxes). Plus, Nokia will reduce the price of the smartphone in coming months. The current features of this smartphone will attract any mobile user in India at the $99 + taxes.
Second, the availability of popular applications will be an additional attraction. Mobile phone users like several applications available or in development for the Nokia Asha platform, include CNN, eBuddy, ESPN, Facebook, Foursquare, Line, LinkedIn, Nimbuzz, Pictelligent, The Weather Channel, Twitter, WeChat, World of Red Bull and games from Electronic Arts, Gameloft, Indiagames, Namco-Bandai and Reliance Games.
Third, the new smartphone is available in six colors. Indians like colorful phones. That’s why Nokia is selling both Lumia and Asha range of phones substantially in the country.
Fourth, Nokia Asha 501 features removable casing and the scratch-resistant glass display. Nokia has given special focus on quality. It’s durable. We tried to break the phone during the launch of the smartphone in Delhi. But the phone is strong.
Fifth, Nokia Asha 501 is easy to hand. Mobile phone users can keep in their pocket easily. It’s easy to handle as well. There is need to scare about a free fall from your hands.
Sixth, the new smartphone features a three-inch, capacitive touchscreen and a single back button.
The seventh is attraction is that the phone weighs only 98 grams.
The eighth reason for liking the phone is its fast processing speed. Asha comes with Nokia Xpress Browser pre-loaded, which compresses Internet data by up to 90 percent.
Ninth, Facebook and global operators support Nokia Asha 501 with free data plans. 3.2 MP camera is also part of Nokia Asha 501.
Single SIM standby time is up to 48 days, while Dual SIM standby time is up to 26 days. Nokia Asha 501 battery offers talk time of up to 17 hours. This is the tenth reason that makes you attracted to the new Asha phone.