The Indian handset market, which was once dominated by the likes of Nokia, Samsung and LG, has seen homegrown brands such as Micromax, Spice, Karbonn and Zen giving tough competition to the global giants with feature-rich phones and ultra-low prices.
Nokia executive vice-president (mobile phones) Mary McDowell said, “Entry-level consumers need dual SIMs for various reasons, including economising time and costs, improving efficiency and for increased convenience.
To address these consumer requirements, Nokia has launched these two devices that offer multiple SIM capabilities with a balanced feature set and relevant innovations at affordable price points”.
The Nokia C1 (C1-oo), which is priced at Rs 1,999, comes with flashlight, FM radio and call divert feature to ensure that users don’t miss a call from either of the two SIMs. However, the handset can only be used for voice and SMS.
The Nokia C2 (C2-00), which will be available later this year, will allow users to access services like Ovi Life Tools and Ovi Mail. It will also have a music player and support micro- SD cards of up to 32 GB.
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