Nokia has been in a rough competition with the other giants of smartphones but when it comes to better battery support and low-end phones, there’s still no one in the market that could beat Nokia in these qualities. Recently, Nokia has released two of their latest low-end phones, Nokia 105 and Nokia 301.
In order to keep the consumers happy with these devices, Nokia is very consistent in making tight-budget phones. Now, let’s take a view of the new devices.
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Specifications of Nokia 301
By giving Nokia’s brand outlook, Nokia 301 is much higher in all aspects than of Nokia 105. This affordable device leaps onto sleek design and high performance.
Nokia 301 comes up taking the advantage of 3.5G technology for faster data speeds and web browsing as well as making phone call experience higher than ever. With 2.4 inch and traditional keypad, it makes the buttons appear again in the market. Keeping the traditional loving features intact, Nokia has taken new steps in building this phone in a innovative design so that the consumers don’t get bored on them. This device also offers 256MB ROM and inbuilt 64MB RAM which offers it to fulfill little tasks.
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With 3.2 megapixel camera, you can take some amazing shots though the camera experience won’t be too high as expected. But for a low-end phone, it’s definitely worth taking some shots. Now, let’s go through some much more camera details.
- Capture Sequential Photos with just one click
- Allowance to take self-portrait by guiding the user
- You can make 5 different effect after taking a shot
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Connectivity and Sharing
A new application comes as a surprise for the users named Slam. This application enables the users for faster sharing through the Bluetooth very easily and effectively. You can also browse the web and view contents with this device’s built-in Nokia xpress browser.
With the support for single or dual Sim, this phone helps the customers take the power of two Sims into one little phone without turning off the phone and changing the sim.
Battery Backup & Pricing
This phone can offer you a talk-time as high as 20 hours. That means you can go on up to three days without having to charge your phones. The price is still not identical as this device hasn’t yet released. Probably, it will come in this Q2.
Being one of the cheapest phones ever released by Nokia, the company is still dominating the market of Asia with Nokia 105′s predecessor Nokia 1280 which was sold over 100 millions of pieces.
With a decent looking accent, this phone can offer FM radio, a flash light to guide you in low-light situations which often come in handy.
The main surprise of this handset is that it demands that it can live up to 35 days with just one full charge. That means if you want to take a battery backup outlet, better take this phone with you.
These two devices have been announced to be released within this Q2, 2013. Nokia is planning to release their new smartphones devices soon. If you’re seeking for a normal handset full of battery output, then Nokia’s 301 and 105 is for you.