Aside from the first dual SIM models it announced today, Nokia also announced a pair of budget phones with plenty of features, the C1-01 and C1-02 models. The first is pictured below and it comes with GSM 900/1800MHz support, GPRS class 100, too, plus the Series 40 interface.


It measures 14mm in thickness, weighs 78.8 grams and packs a TFT touch display with a 128 x 160 pixel resolution. Nokia C1-01 also features an MP3 player, a microSD card slot (32GB max), a VGA camera, a built-in web browser, a 3.5mm audio jack, stereo FM radio and USB, Bluetooth connectivity. C1-01 will debut in Q4 with a recommended price of 39 Euro.

Nokia C1-02 is pictured below and it comes with support for GSM 900/1800 MHz connectivity, as well as GSM 850/1900 and GPRS class 10. The Series 40 interface is also present among the specs, plus a 128×160 pixel TFT display, a microSD memory card slot (32GB max), a built-in web browser and Stereo FM radio.

C1-02 will debut at the end of Q4, with a 35 Euro price tag attached.

[via mobile review]

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