Posted: 19 Dec 2010 09:48 PM PST
Well finally Nokia recognizes that some mobile phone users use multiple SIM cards at once and launched a new mobile phone Nokia C2 which supports two active GSM cards at once.
Nokia C2 have VGA camera, supports GPRS, Bluetooth, FM Radio with broadcast recording, supports microSD up to 32GB, 3.5 mm audio jack and mp3 player. Batteries hold up to 1.65 days standby and 4 hours for talk time. Now the main advantage sis the second SIM Card can we replace without turning off the phone, called hot swappable. The price is estimated to 55 USD.
Posted: 19 Dec 2010 09:29 PM PST
Nokia C1 have 3 models, previously discussed Nokia C1-00 that support dual GSM sim card, well this time we discuss Nokia C1-01 and Nokia C1-02 offers a relevant variation of the C1 series but still has the main feature of this series that is cheap price. Although this Nokia phones is cheap but there are still modern features that is color screen, web browsing, music player, Bluetooth, GPRS and email. Unfortunately both these phones do not support dual SIM cards as well as Nokia C2 or Nokia C1-00.
Nokia C1-01 and C1-02 looks like and have the same dimensions, are both using the Series 40 interface and same “classic” design. Both offer dual-band GSM and GPRS connections.
Nokia C1-01 about 39 Euro which has a VGA camera, memory slot for SD card up to 32 GB of storage, mail and chat. There’s also an FM radio and music player.
For Nokia C1-02 is even cheaper, namely 35 euro only, but we can still get Ovi Mail and Chat features, Bluetooth and the same SD memory card slot and music feature. Both the main difference is Nokia C1-02 did not have camera.
Nokia started to prioritize web browser and email while this phone is cheap. For specific country markets, both models will be Nokia Ovi Life Tools and Nokia Money. Nokia Ovi Life Tools allows access to local market information, education and entertainment equipment, while the second allows for mobile banking without need to visit the bank.
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