Both phones should be available pretty soon in India at really low prices.
The Nokia C1-00 costs 1,999 INR (about $42) and features a 128 x 160 pixels TFT color screen, 3.5mm headset jack, FM radio, SMS, flashlight, and up to six weeks of stand-by time.
Although the C1-00 allows you to put two SIM cards in it, only one of them will work at a time. However, users can switch between SIMs easily, just by holding down a key. Moreover, the phone has a “call divert” feature that obviously diverts calls from one number to another (depending on which one you’re using in a given moment).
Next, the Nokia C2 should cost about 2,500 INR ($54). It allows two SIM cards to be functional at the same time and features S40 UI, GPRS, Nokia Life Tools, Stereo FM radio with FM recording, 3.5mm headset jack, VGA photo camera, and MicroSD card support.
Starting September, Nokia India will also launch the C3 and the more expensive N8 (based on Symbian^3), while in October Indian customers should be able to buy the Nokia C6, too.
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