Nokia has introduced a few new phones recently, but the most interesting of them will have to be the Nokia C1 and C2, both of which offer dual SIM card slots. The C1 is designed for folks in developing countries or those who travel often. Users will be able to switch between either SIM card by simply holding down a key, enabling them to choose whichever SIM provides them with the best rates, depending on where they are. The other stand-out feature of the C1 is its insanely long six-week battery life. Aside from that, the C2 also packs dual SIM card slots, but the difference in this phone is that both cards are active at the same time, allowing you to receive calls on either SIM without having to manually swap between them. One of the cards can even be hot-swapped, which will be quite useful if you happen to have more than two SIM cards. A microSDHC card slot is also available on the C2, allowing you to expand its memory capacity up to 32GB. The Nokia C1 will be priced at EUR30 ($37) and the C2 is slightly pricier at EUR45 ($55).
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