Nokia Launches C2-03: Touch and Type Dual Sim Phone

Nokia has brought yet another innovation in the mobile world. After launching a gold-plated mobile phone, Nokia has now launched a dual sim smart phone, the Nokia C2-03. A touch and type phone which supports dual sim. This phone is the third touch and type phone Nokia has produced. Mary Docwell, the head of Nokia’s Mobile Phone business unit has this to say –

The Nokia C2-03 makes managing multiple SIMs simpler, without compromising on any other features. Why should consumers have to choose between touch and keypad, or forego a great web, map, entertainment or email experience? With the Nokia C2-03 we have made it all available on one affordable device.

Nokia C2-03

It is a touch and type slider phone. It has a 2 megapixel camera. It has a display of 2.4 inches with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The internal memory of this phone is 10 MB and is expandable up to 32 GB using a microSD card. This phone runs on Symbian S40 operating system. New Nokia Maps will be available in this phone as a part of Symbian S40. It has a dual Quad Band GSM Network. You can easily change SIM cards because of the easy swap dual SIM feature in this phone. It also has a feature, “Favorite Contacts” which can help you to set your favorite friends and family’s contacts in a special place. This feature supports up to 9 contacts. You can access your email easily with Nokia C3-02. Nokia Maps, as told above is available. This phone makes browsing easy with the Nokia browser. Ovi Store is pre-installed and would give you the opportunity to download thousands of applications available.

Nokia C2-03 will be available in India, China, SEAP, Eurasia and MEA in the third quarter of 2011. It is a low-cost dual sim phone which will definitely get Nokia a lot of eyeballs and an increase in their share.

The expected price of Nokia C2-03 in India is around Rs. 4,850.

2 thoughts on “Nokia Launches C2-03: Touch and Type Dual Sim Phone”

  1. This concept of touch and type is really interesting. But, I don’t think people prefer Symbian anymore. With Samsung releasing Android smartphones at throw away rates, people are switching to Android. Nokia has completely lost it’s market to Android and BlackBerry phones.

  2. When I am talking on SIM-1 & if anybody calls on SIM-2 -there is no alert/missed call message. Can anybody let me know about this.

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