Asia Bizz: Mobile manufacturing giant Nokia has launched the much awaited dual-SIM, Series 40 phone Nokia C2-03 in India, Eurasia, China, MEA and SEAP. The C2-03 comes with a touch and type technology and dual SIM, perfect for those who want to round up their separate needs in one device.
The new Nokia dual sim is the first low-cost phone which would also feature Nokia Maps. The phone is loaded with Series 40, where users can search for locations while being offline and will not come with any additional cost.
In case the user has more than two SIM cards, the phone has the capacity to remember five settings of different cards.
Moreover, the C2-03 is different from the other dual SIM phones as one does not have to reboot the phone and remove the battery for inserting a new SIM. One can just slip in the SIM from a slot from the side without the need to reboot it.
The phone is light in weight and has a stand by time of upto 400 hours, with a talk time of five hours. The music playback time lasts upto 35 hours. The C2-03 phone has 10 GB memory that can be extended up to 32 GB. All this, just at the cost of â‚¬ 77. In Indian currency, the phone may cost about Rs 5000.