Nokia C1 is revealed today. It holds two sim in the mobilephone. By holding the “*” Key for a while is displays a menu by which we can switch between two SIM Cards.
“By simply holding down a key, people are able to switch between SIM cards, meaning that they can take advantage of reduced call rates, flexibility when traveling from one country to another, or being able to share a phone within a family and still use their own SIM card. This is a great added convenience feature, considering the low price of the phone.”
C1-00 also comes with series 30 interface and have standby battery time of up to six weeks and consists of space for 500 phonebook entries, and 250 text messages. Have some handy features such as a flashlight and an FM radio with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.
C1-00 measures 15mm thin and weights 73g with the battery and sports a full colour screen.
The Nokia C1 (C1-00) will be available in the third quarter of 2010 in blue, red, light grey and green.
From Nokia Press Release
The most affordable of the Nokia C1 trio (C1-00) is priced at EUR 30 before taxes and subsidies and is the first Nokia mobile phone to feature a 2-in-1 double SIM solution. “By simply holding down a key, people are able to switch between SIM cards. This enables them to take advantage of reduced call rates, flexibility when traveling from one country to another, or helps with sharing a phone within a family and still use their own SIM,” said Alex Lambeek, Vice President at Nokia. “This is a great added convenience feature considering the low price of the phone.”
Nokia C1 owners will also benefit from a standby battery time of up to six weeks, the longest ever for a Nokia mobile phone, especially useful in those parts of the world where access to electricity is sometimes limited. The standard flashlight – often someone’s only means of bright light – is paired with a vivid color screen and FM radio with standard headphone jack, meaning the Nokia C1 is as much about entertainment as it is about convenience.