Nokia Launches Cheapest Single & Dual Sim Handsets – Nokia 100 & 101
Nokia has just unveiled a strange new beast of a handsets with Nokia’s brand new naming scheme. If you are a Nokia lover and budget is your main focus than this is for you. Nokia has just announced two affordable price handsets to fulfill customers requirements.
Nokia 100 & 101 are the low cost handsets with all basic facility that you can expect from a handset at this price point. Both the devices come under Series 30 OS and have simple yet elegant looks..
Read on to know more about these devices:
Nokia 100 Specs
Nokia 100 is affordable handset that is packed with 1.8- inches TFT display 128 x 160 pixels resolution. The measurement of the device is 110 x 45.5 x 14.9 mm and it’s weight is just 70g.
Other features of the handset is FM radio, Series 30 OS, dual band GSM Connectivity . The phone will sit comfortably in your hands and is very simple to use whether you are making a call or just texting.
Nokia 100 is available in Black, Pink, Blue and Red colors so you can pick the right one for you. The expected availability of the device in the market is by the end of coming month with a price of just $29.
Nokia 101 Specs
Nokia 101 is a small, simple and durable phone having 1.8- inches TFT display, Series 30 OS, FM Radio, microSHDC cardslot to support memory upto 16GB, MP3 Player, Dual Sim Card Slot, weight of the handset is just 71g.
The device is packed with large and long lasting battery having 32days standby time and 8.5hrs of talk time , Alarm clock the Dual Sim will give you the convenience of using two network connections.
The price tag for this handset is just $36 which is really affordable with this features and will be available in the markets by end of September.
The company is hoping of booking maximum profit in the Indian markets because of affordability of the handsets. Let’s see how well this devices pick the sales in the Indian markets.
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