Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
Nokia 101 and 100 announced at an affordable price
| by tech2 News Staff |
Nokia is finding itself being written and spoken about, quite often these days. After the Symbian Belle update announcement, three phones running Symbian Belle were revealed and today we have the Nokia 101 and 100 being spoken about. Nokia 101 is a dual-SIM phone but lacks dual-standby support, which is the biggest flaw. The Nokia 100 is a single-SIM phone. Both phones run on the S30 operating system and are very affordably priced. Nokia 101 is expected to come with a price tag of 25 Euros (i.e. Rs.1,663 approx.) and that of Nokia 100 would be 20 Euros (i.e. Rs.1,330 approx). Nokia 101 is expected to arrive this quarter, while Nokia 100 is expected to launch in the fourth quarter of this year. Detailed specifications of both the phones are listed below.
Small, but powerful Nokia 101 (Image credit - thewebtricks.com)
The colourful Nokia 100 (image- techieask.com)
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