Mobile Mondays: One Max, Asha 502 And LG G Pro Dual

It’s another Monday and as we try to be as productive as ever to start off our week, let us keep you updated with what’s hot in the world of mobile including some news from HTC, Nokia and LG. Our first story comes from Taiwan and is about the long-rumoured HTC One Max. According to Chinese website Eprice, the HTC phablet might make its debut on October 17 for around $800 SIM-free. 

 

It’s another Monday and as we try to be as productive as ever to start off our week, let us keep you updated with what’s hot in the world of mobile including some news from HTC, Nokia and LG.

Our first story comes from Taiwan and is about the long-rumoured HTC One Max. According to Chinese website Eprice, the HTC phablet might make its debut on October 17 for around $800 SIM-free. As previously reported, the HTC One Max will sport a 5.9-inch display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset with 2.3GHz processor and 2GB of RAM.

Then there’s the Nokia Asha 502, whose images surface a few days ago by @evleaks. The phone sports a “glassy” design and comes in a variety of colours including yellow, white, black, red, green and cyan. There’s not much information about the handset but based on the leaked images, dual-SIM functionality and Wi-Fi are present. The device is expected to run on Nokia’s Asha platform and might make its first appearance at the company’s October 22 event in Abu Dhabi.

Finally, we have news from South Korea’s LG. According to a Russian website hi-tech.mail.ru, LG is planning to release a dual-SIM version of the LG G Pro called the LG G Pro Lite Dual. According to the rumours, the device will have an 8MP camera, a 5.5-inch True HD IPS+ display with 1080p resolution.

It will also have majority of the features of the G Pro including KnockOn, Guest mode and Qslide. Other reports also suggest a 3140mAh battery and dual speakers. According to hi-tech.mail.ru, the device will first reach Russia for around $400.

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