The shocking battery life of current leading smartphones leads to many owners charging their device multiple times per day and considering the hefty price tag, Nokia could be about to make a smart move in the market.
Nokia have recently revealed The Asha 501, a budget smartphone handset aimed at those currently priced out of owning a smartphone. It offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a 3.2 mega pixel camera and a 3 inch touchscreen, whilst the handset itself is available in a range of colours. Unlike many cheap handsets, The Asha 501 will enable owners to access all their favourite apps including Facebook and Twitter.
It is available for just £65 and offers 17 hours of talk time from a single charge, so expect this breath of fresh air to be relatively successful.
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