Nokia launches dual SIM phones in India
Leading handset maker, Nokia has announced the launch of long awaited dual SIM phones named C1-00 and C2-00 in the Indian market on August 31, 2010.
Nokia C1-00 supports two SIM cards but only one at a time and the user will have to restart the phone to change to the other SIM. The phone allows users to diver calls to the other SIM so that the users do miss any call on wither SIM card.
The phone features a TFT color screen with a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels. It also has other features like FM radio, flashlight and 3.5mm headset jack. The company claims it is the phone with longest battery life form the company with about six weeks of standby time.
The Nokia C2 allows users to use both the SIMs at the same time and supports Nokia Life Tools, GPRS, as well as MicroSD card for expandable memory. It features a 128×160 pixels TFT color screen and has a Stereo FM radio, a 3.5mm standard headphone jack. and a VGA photo camera.
Nokia C1 is priced at Rs. 1,999 while Nokia C2 will be priced at about Rs. 2,500.
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