Nokia launches 2 new phones 100 and 101
Nokia seems to be very serious with their low end market share. Nokia’s market share in the low end phone range was under threat by the low cost/cheap dual-SIM phones. Nokia has jumped into the Dual-SIM category and wants to regain its lost market share.
After launching Symbian Belle phones 600,700 and 701, Nokia also launched 2 low end phones 100 and 101. Both the phones run on the Series 30 OS. Nokia 100 is a Single SIM phone and 101 is a Dual SIM variant with MP3 player in addition.
Both the phones come with 5 different address books in case the phone is shared with multiple family members and can store 5 different SIM card personalization details.
The display has grid based icon set which allows users to use the phone even without reading what it actually says. The phone has a flashlight at the top, a standard with Nokia phones which is useful for most of us.
When we speak about the battery life of the phones, they can be in standby mode for 25 days or can last around 7 hours talktime. Both the phones come with FM Radio while the 100 will miss the music player. A micro SD slot can boost the memory upto 16 GB on the Nokia 101.
Both of them have a 3.5 mm AV connector which can be used as Audio output to external speakers. Nokia 100 will be available from Next quarter where as 101 will be available starting this quarter.
Price of 100 is €20 and 101 is €25.
Watch out the videos below for more info on both the phones.
With the low price, surely the phones will give a tough fight with the low cost Dual-SIM phones.