Nokia Announced Nokia 100 and 101 – Single and Dual-SIM Phones

Nokia today announced the Nokia 101 and Nokia 100 phones, its most affordable dual and single SIM phones to date.

The Nokia 101 is Nokia’s fifth dual SIM device in the last three months and is the most low-cost device to date. The dual SIM functionality enables users to connect to two different networks to receive calls and messages.The battery life is extremely good in both phones and can last up to 25 days on standby, or 6.7 hours talktime.

The Nokia 101 and 100 are based on the Series 30 operating system. The difference between the two is that the Nokia 101 supports dual-SIM and has an MP3 player.

According to the Nokia, both low-cost phones designed with the fact in mind that these phones are often shared between families, they can support up to five separate address books and store personalization details for up to five different SIM cards.

In addition to an FM radio, the Nokia 101 features an integrated MP3 player, loudspeaker, preloaded games, a 3.5mm AV connector, and provides support for up to 16 GB microSD memory cards, allowing users to carry their entire music collection with them.

Both the Nokia 101 and Nokia 100 offer Nokia Life Tools (selected markets) and Nokia Money (in India), providing instant access to locally-relevant information on healthcare, education, agriculture and entertainment.

The Nokia 101 will be available in the third quarter of 2011 for about 25 euros (USD 35) and comes in Phantom Black and Coral Red.

The Nokia 100 will be available in the fourth quarter of 2011 for about 20 euros (USD 30) and comes in a range of vibrant colors including Legion Blue, Festival Pink, Ocean Blue, Phantom Black and Coral Red.

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Suman Dutta
August 27, 2011 7:27 pm 7:27 PM
Nobody can gurantee that this firmware update will solve all problems. I don’t understand what the people at the r&d department doing at nokia? Prevention is always better than cure, right? I mean this doesn’t mean anything, launch a phone without testing its crappy software, wasting money of millions of fans(who were desperately waiting to use nokia’s dual sim as thay were frustrated with chinese ones), irritating them by forcing them to go to nokia care just the next day of buying the phone, throwing company’s reputation into the dustbin…….and now….after six long months when 100% reviews are crying to… Read more »
Suman Dutta
August 27, 2011 7:23 pm 7:23 PM
@Kiran.h Nobody can gurantee that this firmware update will solve all problems. I don’t understand what the people at the r&d department doing at nokia? Prevention is always better than cure, right? I mean this doesn’t mean anything, launch a phone without testing its crappy software, wasting money of millions of fans(who were desperately waiting to use nokia’s dual sim as thay were frustrated with chinese ones), irritating them by forcing them to go to nokia care just the next day of buying the phone, throwing company’s reputation into the dustbin…….and now….after six long months when 100% reviews are crying… Read more »
Siva
August 26, 2011 11:15 am 11:15 AM

@Sudhakar
which nokia phone comes with spare battery ?

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