Nokia has announced the launch of two new low end smartphones in the form of the Nokia X2 (X2-01) and the Nokia C2 (C2-01). The X2-01 will be available for around £70.00 GBP and the C2-01 for around £60.00 GBP, before taxes and subsidies. Hit the jump to find out more.
The Nokia X2 (X2-01) is designed for social networking and fast communications and comes with a 2.4″ screen and a VGA camera, however there is no WiFi support. With a full QWERTY keypad and the new Communities app pre-installed, updating your status has never been easier. The X2-01 also brings with it the usual Xseries swagger – one click access to music, FM Radio and the Ovi Music service, which for some regions will offer unlimited access to free music.
The Nokia X2 (X2-01) will be available this Quarter (Q4 2010) for around £70.00 GBP before taxes and subsidies.
The Nokia C2 (C2-01) is a classic feature phone and sports a 3.2 megapixel camera, a 2″ screen and will come with the Ovi Life Tools service in select markets. The C2-01 also brings faster 3G data and can handle memory cards up to 16GB. Unlike the original Nokia C2, this is not a dual SIM device.
The Nokia C2 (C2-01) will be available in the new year (Q1 2011) for around £60.00 GBP before taxes and subsidies.Tags | Breaking News, C-Series, C2, C2 (C2-01), C2-01, Cseries, Nokia, Nokia Life Tools, Qwerty, S40, Symbian, X-Series, X2, X2-01, Xseries