Nokia today announced 4 new models fitting in its C series, aimed at audience in developing countries. Two of these phones will support dual SIMs while other two are going to be good for multimedia – but at good price.
Nokia C2 will cost around Rs. 4,000. It is a dual-SIM phone and interestingly, the second SIM card is easily accessible and hot-swappable.
The battery is estimated to last 16 days on standby and 4 hours of talk time. The Nokia C2 also features VGA camera, GPRS Internet connectivity, Bluetooth and FM radio with broadcast recording. There’s also a microSD card (up to 32GB, but those cost more than the phone itself), 3.5mm audio jack plus an MP3 player.
The other dual-SIM phone is the Nokia C1-00, which will cost around Rs. 3,200. It doesn’t have two active cards – just one, but there’s a quick shortcut to switch between the two.
The phone has a smashing standby of 48 days. It features an FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack and a flashlight.
Nokia C1-00 is expected to hit the stores in the third quarter 2010.
Nokia C1-01 and C1-02
The Nokia C1-01 and Nokia C1-02 only have a single SIM card slot, but offer GPRS, Bluetooth, microSD card slot (up to 32GB), 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio and MP3 player.
The Nokia C1-01 features a VGA camera, which the Nokia C1-02 lacks.