Nokia debuts new budget mobile phones

The troubled Finnish company Nokia has demonstrated two new mobile phones specifically designed for emerging markets.

The two new models feature support for two SIM cards and come to us as Nokia 110 and Nokia 112. Working on the S40 program platform the novelties target users in developing countries or budget conscious users and provide GSM, GPRS and EDGE connectivity. There’s also a microSD card slot that works with memory cards with capacities of up to 32 GB and in the back you also get a VGA camera.

Nokia 110 112 phones

The two phones are very similar except for one thing – the Nokia 112 comes with a 1400 mAh battery, while the Nokia 110 features a 1020 mAh battery.

Expected in Q2 2012 the Nokia 110 will cost 35 EUR, while the 112 model, expected in Q3 this year will retail for 38 EUR. Later on these models will be succeeded by the Nokia 111 and Nokia 113 but they will work with one SIM card only.


Source: nixanbal.com

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