Both these smartphones will have screen larger than 3-inch and will sport Nokia Asha platform software.
Few days after revealing codenames of eight purported Nokia handsets, famous Twitter account EVLeaks has now identified two of those handsets. EVLeaks has said that the Nokia Pegasus codename bearing handset will be launched as Asha 502 while the Nokia Lanai is to be sold as Asha 503.
Last week, EVLeaks itself said that Nokia is working on eight mobile phones, codenamed as Bandit, Lanai, Orion, Pegasus, Rivendell, Shorty, Sirius and Bree.
Meanwhile, ThisIsNokia blog claimed of being tipped anonymously and has compiled the specifications for both new Asha phones.
As per the report, the Nokia Asha 502 will feature a 3.2-inch display with scratch resistant glass and will be packed in a polycarbonate body. This smartphone will pack a processor bit powerful and faster than the one used in Asha 501. Also the mobile phone may have 512 MB RAM to run the Asha platform software smoothly. Featuring 3G network support, this smartphone will have a 5 megapixel camera at the back with Nokia Camera apps for Asha. This smartphone will also be offered in a dual-SIM version.
Also, the Asha 503 will feature about 3.5-inch display with Gorilla Glass technology for strength. With the improved display, this smartphone will feature up to 1.5 GHz mobile processor and 512 MB RAM. This smartphone will have the Nokia Camera apps and feature a new stunning design.Even this smartphone will be offered in a dual-SIM version.
Both devices will feature a new version of the Asha platform and also the Nokia SLAM feature for exchange of multimedia. As of now, there are no details about formal launch of the Asha 502 and Asha 503.
The purported Nokia C1 is said to come in two size variants as well as in Android and Windows models.
Nokia C1 is expected to be released next year.
Both the Nokia 222 and Nokia 222 Dual SIM phones come with same specs except that the latter supports dual-SIM connectivity.
Lumia 535 is the first smartphone in the Lumia series that was launched by Microsoft in November last year without Nokia brand name for Rs 9,199.
The Nokia N1 was first device of the Finnish company after it sold its mobile business to Microsoft.
Post the deal with Microsoft, Nokia is restricted from using the Nokia brand name on smartphones until the last quarter of 2016 and on feature phones for 10 years.
Nokia N1 is priced at at $249 or about Rs 15,380.
It has been priced at $29 ( around Rs 1,900) and be available in select markets, starting in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe in Q1 2015.
Once the transition is over Nokia store will be history.
The Nokia N1 tablet is expected to be released in the first quarter of next year in China for an estimated price of about Rs 15,380.