By bumping the camera to 5MP and adding a LED flash, the Nokia Asha 502 Dual-SIM improves the phone’s photography skills. Though, the video recording is still at the abysmal QVGA@15fps.
It comes only in dual-SIM, as the name suggests. Wi-Fi and WhatsApp are available but this model has only 2G connectivity. Asha 502 has slightly smaller battery.
In single and dual-SIM versions, the Nokia Asha 503 comes. While keeping the improved camera, it also brings back the 3.5G connectivity from the Asha 501. To the original 1,200mAh capacity, the battery is back too.
Both the Asha 502 and Nokia Asha 503 have Wi-Fi b/g/n, microSD card slots, 3” QVGA screens (240 x 320) protected by Gorilla Glass 2 and Bluetooth 3.0. They also feature Nokia’s data compressing Xpress Browser and social networking integration (Twitter, Facebook, WeChat, LINE, Wiebo).
In select IMEA (India, Middle East and Africa) and Asia Pacific regions, the Nokia Asha 502 dual-SIM and Asha 503 are available right now.