Nokia C2-01 is a classic feature phone with the Series 40 OS, traditional keypad, a 3.2MP camera and a two-inch screen. There’s also a music player, FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity and it can handle memory cards up to 16GB. Note that, unlike the original Nokia C2-00, this is a single SIM device. The handset also comes with Nokia Messaging for email and instant messaging, threaded sms /chat messages, Ovi Store for new apps and Ovi Music for tunes. In selected markets, the Nokia C2-01 will come with the Ovi Life Tools service. As for the size, it measures 109.8 x 46.9 x 15.3mm and weighs 89g. It will be available from the first Quarter of 2011. The price is expected to be around €70, before local taxes and operator subsidies.
Nokia X2-01 comes with a full QWERTY keypad, a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, VGA camera on the back, one click access to music, the media player, FM radio and the Ovi Music service, for unlimited access to a vast library of tunes, will be available in selected markets. There’s also Ovi Store, of course, for fresh apps. Ovi Life Tools will also be available in some territories.
The Nokia X2-01 measures 119.4 x 59.8 x 14.3mm and weighs 107.5g. It supports memory cards up to 8GB. There’s no WiFi and only GPRS/EDGE data, but that’s compensated for by the low price. It will be available from this Quarter and the price is expected be around €80, before local taxes and operator subsidies are applied.