Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 – For wafer thin budgets
By admin - 25 Aug 2011
Nokia recently unveiled two wallet friendly phones for basic users. They are called Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 and are inexpensive, reliable, and also a relevant options for the mobile phone users.
These low cost phones are running on Series 30 OS. Nokia 101 has dual SIM support and there is also an MP3 player on board with 16 GB expandable memory. There is 3.5 mm headphones jack for connecting any standard set of headphones.
Phones are often shared by different members in the family and these two handsets are made just for that. There are five separate address books in the phone and you also get to store details of personalization for 5 different SIM cards.
The prices of the Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 is low but still the manufacturer has managed to give a full colour display. This handset is also loaded with features like flash light and FM radio. Battery life of these phones is good enough with six and half hours of talk time and 25 days of stand by time.
These handsets will come along with Nokia Life tools and it will let you deliver the market information, health advice, weather forecasts, entertainment, and language tuition news to an app through messages.
Indian versions of Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 will come along with Nokia Money which will save you the trouble of carrying a lot of cash. You will be able to use your cell phone as a shopping card. This initiative is currently implemented here in India through partnerships along with UBI or Union Bank of India, Obopay, Yes Bank, and a big range of retailers, business correspondents, and retailers.
Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 will arrive in the Indian markets by next moth and the price is expected to be in the range of Rs. 1,500 to Rs. 2,000.
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