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Nokia announces two dual-SIM phones news
27 May 2011

Nokia has expanded its dual SIM portfolio with the launch of the Nokia X1-01 and C2-00 in the entry level segment.

Both the X1-01 and C2-00 offer superior battery life, and are aimed at developing markets where, often, a steady and reliable power supply isn't yet a reality, Nokia said.

Nokia X1-01 offers upto 43 days standby time and 13 hours talk time while the C2-00 offers 19.2 days standby time with 5.75 hours talk time.

Powered by the Series 30 operating system, Nokia's X1-01 handset can remember the settings for upto five separate SIM cards. Moreover it also allows one to give each SIM its own logo, music signature or ringtone.

X1-01 also features a loud speaker, offers 16GB external support, FM radio, MP3 music player with dedicated music keys and flashlight. 

Nokia C2-00 comes with an easy swap feature wherein one SIM card is stored internally like a traditional phone while the second card is easily accessible through a slot in the side without having to open or shutdown the phone.

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