Nokia C2-01 review: a little something

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Little money in your pocket and a good phone for you. Is Nokia C2-01? A still camera, 3 G and a memory card slot audio that we're on the right track. In contrast to the C2-00, this rules out dual SIM handling, but there are other goodies to compensate.

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Nokia C2-01 official photos

IT's a cheap phone alright, nothing too exciting, nothing to shout about. But Nokia C2-01 deserves a little credit for a number of nice little clip functions in their budget. 3.2MP still imaging lets it refreshing after a primary VGA camera recently. Data rates top edge and a microSD card slot means there's more than enough space for your music collection. One 3.5 mm line-in input may be better than expected for the price you pay.

Record on the phone with decent featuresQuad-band GSM/EDGE connectivityTri band 3 G connectivity2.0 "256 K-color QVGA TFT display3.2MP fixed-focus cameraQVGA @ 15fps video recordingSeries 40 UI, 6th Edition Stereo FM radio with RDSBluetooth 2.1 (EDR) Standard microUSB port (fees), microSD card slot (16 GB supported) 3.5 mm audio jackDedicated Facebook appPoor video recordingNo smart dialingMiserable show (almost no such thing as a viewing angle of This one) relatively poor sound reproduction quality

We have no complaints (seriously, it's 2011 and S40 still lacks smart dialing) but C2-01 looks pretty decent. Arguably, hold the lack of support for dual SIM against Nokia C2-01. This feature is of course up to the most basic phones in the C series. C2-01 is a budget phone but not as much of a penny pincher.

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Nokia C2-01 live shots

You know, phones with a flashlight has long been at the bottom of Nokia barrels. Recently it's dual SIM phones. C2-01 is a good one, either. Now, how good or how bad is this? Skip to the next page, when we are trying to find out.

But there're other questions will be answered first. What's in the box? Is Nokia C2-01 sustainable? Tour of the phone's hardware is to start.

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krobinson said...

Nokia knows there are many people out there who want a phone only to make a calls and for text massaging. By keeping this in mind they made The Nokia C2-01 for such people, its features includes 2 inch display with resolution of 240×320 pixels, 3G connectivity, micro-SD card slot and FM radio. Overall it’s a cheap phone, not too flashy but it delivers an astonishing value for money.