Nokia’s Asha 501 Phone Claims 48-Day Battery Life - ABC News

Nokia says it’s aiming to make “high-end design and quality accessible to more people” with the launch of the Asha 501 and its software platform. The unsubsidized cost of the Asha 501 will be $99, but the phone is not lacking in valuable features.
Appearing as a smaller variant of the Lumia Windows Phone series, the Asha 501 comes in a variety of colors (red, blue, black, yellow, white and green) and the hardware packs a 3″ multi-touch screen, Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity, a 3.2 Mega Pixel camera and a MicroSD memory option, expandable up to 32 GB.
The 1200 mAh battery on the palm-sized device enables 17 hours of talk time, 56 hours of music playback and 48 days of standby time on 2G networks, according to Nokia.
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