Nokia intends to reclaim some of the lost ground where feature phones are concenred, what with the world having moved on largely to smartphones, Nokia has just introduced the C2-00. What does the C2-00 bring to the table? Well, for starters, the way the SIM cards are arranged inside is different from a standard phone, thanks to the Easy Swap concept that is available only on Nokia handsets. One SIM card will be stored internally similar to what you have on your phone right now, while the second SIM card can be accessed easily via a slot in the side – which means you no longer have to open or even switch the phone off in order to change SIM cards. Perfect for folks who can’t afford two phones but have two SIM cards, making us wonder whether this was more targeted towards developing countries than advanced societies, since the former tend to have a smaller earning power – which might even lead to a scene where a family shares a single handset.
The Nokia C2-00 will be powered by the Series 40 operating system that will be accompanied by a VGA camera, MMS messaging support, an SD memory card slot, and Ovi Life Tools among others. Expect to pay a mere €45 for the C2-00 – prior to local taxes and subsidies, of course.
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