We recently reported about Nokia’s plans to launch phones in the cheaper-end of the market at the Mobile World Congress to counter stiff competition from other mobile companies. At that time it wasn’t clear which phones or at what price range would the Finnish company launch these phones. But now the folks at @eveleaks have uncovered what could be the answer to the above mystery. They have put up a series of images on their Twitter page of the next Nokia Asha boasting of a completely new design language.
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The next Nokia Asha according to the above images looks to have a very Lumia-style design language with bold colors and sqaurish form-factor with rounded edges. The phone has dual-SIM capabilities and looks to boast a 5-megapixel rear camera with a Flash, volume rockers on the left and also what looks like a dedicated camera key or a power button below it and a 3.5-mm audio jack on the top. The phone still looks to run on the S40 OS that we found on the recently launched Nokia Asha 310. Also Read - Realme GT 5G flaghsip design and camera revealed at MWC Shanghai
We expect Nokia to most likely announce this phone at the MWC alongside the Lumia 520 and the 720. From the images, Nokia looks to have a winner as generally the phones at the lower-end of the market don’t look that great. With stiff competition from the cheap Android phones and the Samsung REX-series, a phone like this could very well tempt users to opt for a Nokia instead. Also Read - MWC 2020: Who is attending and who is not due to Coronavirus outbreak