• 3" (320x240) TFT LCD
  • 5-MP 1 Rear Camera
  • 1200 mAh

Specifications Highlights
ProductAsha 503 (Launched 2013-10-01)
Display3" 320x240 TFT LCD
Rear Camera(s)
  • 5-MP (Primary)
Selfie Camera(s)
    • MicroSD (32GB max.)
    Battery1200 mAh
    DesignIP Rating, 110.2g (3.9oz), 102.6x60.6x12.7 mm (4.04 x 2.39 x 0.50 inches)
    TypeTFT LCD
    Diagonal (inches)3"
    Display/Body Ratio44.8%
    Sharpness (PPI)133 PPI
    Display Glass TypeGorilla Glass
    • Multitouch
    Color Depth24 bit (16,777,216 Colors)
    Primary Camera
    Hardware Features
    • Flash
    Battery TypeLi-Ion
    Battery Capacity (mAh)1200 mAh
    Talk Time12 hours
    Music Playback Time34 hours
    Memory Card TypeMicroSD
    Mem. Card Max. Size32GB
    Operating System + VersionNokia Asha software platform 1.2
    Modem Features
    • GPRS
    • EDGE
    WiFi Speed
    • b
    • g
    • n
    Bluetooth VersionBluetooth 3.0
    Bluetooth Features
    • A2DP
    Connector TypeMicro USB
    SAR EU Head1.43 W/Kg
    SAR EU Body0.64 W/Kg
    Sim Card 0
    SIM TypeMicro SIM
    Multimedia Features
    • Java
    Audio Alerts
    • MP3
    Audio Features
    • Loudspeaker
    • 3.5mm Port
    Audio Formats
    • MP3
    • AAC
    Video Formats
    • MP4
    • H.263
    • Accelerometer
    • Proximity

    Asha 503 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    No. Our data indicates that the Asha 503 is NOT water-resistant an has no IP-Rating certification.
    No, the Asha 503 does not have dual-SIMs as far as we know, but it could be different in Asia. We mostly track United States data.
    No, the Asha 503 320x240 display resolution is not 4K.
    No, Asha 503 does not support Wireless Charging.
    No, the Asha 503 does not have Qi Wireless Charging.
    No, the Asha 503 does not seem to work on 4G-LTE networks.
    No, the Asha 503 does not work on 5G networks.
    No, the Asha 503 does not have a USB C connector.
    No, the Asha 503's battery cannot be removed.

    Nokia Asha 503 Specs & Speed Benchmarks

    Battery Capacity (mAh)

    Higher is better