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It’s good news! Nokia announces C1 and C2 new mobile models with two SIMs inside, by affordable price! Before taxes and subsidies it will cost 45 euro (55 USD). Both of them are dual-SIM solutions and the other two offer good connectivity and multimedia for a very limited price. Nokia also announced a bicycle charging solution for areas with limited access to electricity. The C2 is a dual-SIM phone and interestingly, the second SIM card is easily accessible and hot-swappable (a world’s first). The phone supports the 900/1800 GSM bands.

The battery is estimated to last 16,5 days on standby and 4 hours of talk time. The Nokia C2 also features VGA camera, GPRS Internet connectivity, Bluetooth and FM radio with broadcast recording. There’s also a microSD card (up to 32GB, but those cost more than the phone itself), 3.5mm audio jack plus an MP3 player.

The other dual-SIM phone is the Nokia C1-00, which will cost 30 euro (37 USD). It doesn’t have two active cards – just one, but there’s a quick shortcut to switch between the two. The phone has a smashing standby of 48 days. It features an FM radio, 3.5mm audio jack and a flashlight.


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