Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-06-24
Updated on:Dec 19, 2014
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Fully featured phone at an Affordable Price
The device packs a 3.2 MP primary camera with video recording facility. Its connectivity options are 2G, Wi-Fi, USB, Bluetooth. The device runs on a 1200 mAh battery and really good talk time and standby time.
Nokia Asha 501 also comes in another dual SIM variant.
Brand New Sealed pack Nokia Asha 501, Dual Sim,3.15 MP Camera
1-3 working days
Nokia Asha 501 (Dual SIM, Yellow)
2-10 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501 Mobile
2-8 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501
4-6 Working Days
Rs. 4,750 Flat Rs. 300 OFF
Nokia Asha 501 (Bright Red)
2-4 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501 (Bright Green)
5-7 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501 Yellow
4-8 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501
7-10 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501 Dual SIM
1-4 Working Days
Nokia Asha 501 White (Dual Sim)
2-3 Working Days
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