Nokia has just announced the Nokia Asha 500, 502 and the 503, all with a new clear design wrapped around a colorful body, aimed at emerging markets the smartphone’s feature slightly different specs between them, but come with similar ideas.

All of the smartphones have some new updates in terms of software, including a swipe up from lockscreen to take photos, swipe right to share photos and support for Nokia’s Fastlane app, which will show data from all of your social networks within one place, which can now be personalised with the data you want to see, there’s also 501 users will also see these updates from November.

The Nokia Asha 500 will feature a 2 megapixel camera in a single and dual sim configuration from $69, the 502 will have a 5 megapixel camera in the same config for $89 and the 503 will be available with the same specs but with 3G connectivity for $99.

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