As we have been waiting for the release of Nokia 600,700 and 701 that runs on their latest OS, Symbian Belle, they introduce these two new babies that are light in the pocket, literally and figuratively.
Running on S30 platform, these two are obviously on the line of budget-friendly phones preceding Nokia X1-01.
“The Nokia 101 is slated to cost just €25 ($35) [PHP1,500] but packs quite a bit of features – it’s a dual-SIM phone (900/1800MHz, no dual-standby), with a 1.8” 128×160 pixels display, microSD card slot (for cards up to 16GB), MP3 player, 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio and a powerful 103-phon loudspeaker.
The Nokia 101 also packs a flashlight and an 800mAh battery that’s good for up to 6 hours 40 minutes of talk time, 25 days of standby and 26 hours of music playback (with headset at 50% loudness).”
Nokia 100 on the other hand, is a trimmed-down version of Nokia 101. It also sports a flashlight and a 128×160 colored pixel display but lacks the dual sim capability.
The Nokia 101 is expected to come out anytime this month and the Nokia 100 on the 4th quarter of this year.
Expected price in the Philippines is around P 1,500.
See their promo videos: