Upcoming Nokia Asha device to adopt Lumia-style design
Finnish giant Nokia has a press event lined up for today at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 where the company is expected to announce the launch of Windows Phone 8 running Nokia Lumia 720 and Lumia 520.
But with that, the company is also expected to launch a new Series 40 running Asha smartphone and popular leakster @Evleaks has posted an image on Twitter which gives us a sneakpeak at the possible design change that Nokia might have adopted for the Asha line-up.
According to the leaked image, Nokia seems to have adopted the Lumia-type design language for its future Nokia Asha smartphone which seems to be a good move and the device is expected to launch in a range of color options, squarish form factor and rounded edges which is completely different from the design which we have seen the Asha smartphones like the Nokia Asha 309, 310 and 311 arrive with.
As per the leak, the dual-SIM feature phone will pack in a 5 MP rear facing camera with LED Flash, have the powere button on the left with volume rockers above it, while a 3.5mm audio jack will be placed on the top of the device.
For now, we are just hours away from the possible unveiling of this Asha feature phone, so stay tuned to us for all the latest from the event.