JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Nokia Asha 503, that features the Asha software platform, now makes an entry in South Africa.
The Nokia Asha 503 highlights Nokia’s Fastlane user interface with which users can get a quick access to content, messages and apps. The Fastlane UI can be easily and instantly accessed by swiping either left or right on the start screen, by which users can get a quick access to the camera, where one touch captures the image and another one shares it to various social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook.
The Asha 503 has arrived along with the Nokia software update for Asha and Series 40 phones. The new update brings enhanced features that include Microsoft’s cloud storage OneDrive service for Asha, with the first 7GB usage for free, and users have unlimited streaming with ad-free music on Nokia MixRadio.
The Nokia Asha 503 is built in a monobody with a transparent outer layer and a bold colored core. It is available for a price of R999 in stores nationwide.