Nokia today unveiled two dual-SIM phones in India – the C2-00 and the X1-01, priced between Rs 2,000-Rs 3,000. Both the models can remember settings of up to five SIM cards and the user does not have to configure them each time a new SIM is inserted. Also Read - Nokia 3.4 review: Pretty design but disappointing elsewhere
The Nokia C2-00 (which you can see on the left side of the image) has a 1.8-inch display and offers features like Bluetooth, GPRS, FM radio, expandable memory up to 32 GB, 3.5 mm audio jack, VGA camera, web browser and an expected talk-time of up to 5.75 hours. It will be available in 4 colors – Dynamic Grey, Jet Black, Magenta and Snow White. Also Read - Nokia 3.4 in pictures: Nordic design, clean Android One experience, and more at Rs 11,999
The Nokia X1-01 also has a 1.8-inch display and offers a massive music playback time of 36 hours. Other specs include 3.5 mm audio jack, FM radio, memory support up to 16 GB and a few preloaded games. This handset will be available Red, Dark Grey, Ocean Blue and Orange colors.