Nokia finishes injecting a good dose of style in its economic range with the presentation of new Asha 501, a terminal 2G and WiFi of cuts reasonable and 3 inches (320 xs 240 pixels) that finish being presented makes some moments in New Delhi. No, they do not deceive the eyes to you; although externally it gives the impression of being a new Lumia, the mobile that you have ahead comprises of the economic family of the Finnish manufacturer, especially appreciated in the emergent markets, where these telephones are sold as if they were hempseeds. It tries to think about him as if outside the purely tactile version of new Asha 210… although really their new features go much more there of the aesthetic one or the lack of keyboard.
Probably most important of Asha 501 it is its condition of herald of the new operating system of Nokia for cheap mobile phones. Its name is Asha Platform and it is a version of modernized S40 with several new features concerning interface and management of tasks, fruit of the acquisition of a Danish company called SmarterPhone. Besides counting on all a new collection of icons, Asha Platform has been optimized (optimized) to be controlled by means of sweepings with the finger, having a manager of tasks in the bar superior and recopilatorio where you will find the last conducted battles so that you do not have to be looking for icons or apps in the main screen. Continue reading Nokia Asha 501: Aesthetic Lumia for a new platform