Nokia unveils two budget phones for casual users

Nokia unveils two budget phones for casual users

Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has unveiled two new budget-oriented phones at the on-going Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.

The Nokia 105 is a very basic model that will sell for just EUR 15, but might come handy to people who do not demand a more powerful device. Apart from its phone capabilities the Nokia 105 comes with a built-in lamp, a FM radio and a battery that should last for about a month in stand-by mode.

The Nokia 301 is the more interesting model – it features support for two SIM cards and sports a rear 3.2 MP camera with a number of pre-set modes as well as Nokia Mail and Nokia Xpress Internet for exchanging messages. The phone also supports HSPA for video transfers. Other features include a 2.4-inch display and a battery that can power the phone for up to 936 hours in 3G standby mode.

The Nokia 301 will sell for EUR 65.

(picture courtesy of GSMArena.com)

Source: Nokia

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