MWC 2013: Dual SIM Nokia 301 and ultra-cheap Nokia 105 unveiled
Apart from announcing the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520 WP8 handsets, Nokia has also introduced two new featurephones at MWC today. These are both candybars, being called Nokia 301, and Nokia 105.
The 301’s highlight feature is its 3.2MP rear camera with “clever software features” (like panoramic photos, sequential shots, self-portrait mode, and self timer). The phone also offers a 2.4 inch QVGA display, HSDPA, Nokia Xpress Browser, Nokia Slam, 256MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support (up to 32GB).
Nokia 301 will be launched around the world starting the second quarter of the year, costing €65 (about $86). It will have dual SIM and single SIM versions, coming in a variety of colors (white, black, yellow, cyan and magenta).
A promo video of the Nokia 301 can be watched below:
The Nokia 105 is the company’s cheapest phone ever. It will cost only €15 ($20). The 105 sports a 1.45 inch color display, featuring FM radio, dust and splash-proof keypad, multiple alarm clocks, flashlight, and a battery that can last up to 35 days in stand-by. The handset does not have a photo camera.
With the 105, Nokia “officially says farewell to black-and-white screens.” The new phone will be available starting this quarter in countries like China, India, Russia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Egypt and Indonesia.