Nokia has launched two inexpensive cell-phones on Tuesday, to capture the lower-end of the market. The two new models are, Nokia 110 and 112. Both the models are dual SIM supported.
The new Nokia cell-phones are preloaded with, Facebook and Twitter applications as well as its own featured web browser. These handsets also offer access to Nokia store.
Nokia 110 and 112 also feature a 1.8-inch display, VGA camera, up to 32GB of storage, alphanumeric keypad and Bluetooth, through which the consumers can receive and share songs, pictures and videos on other devices.
Nokia also promises its long lasting battery life, with over 10 hours of talk time and a month’s standby so that the consumers can stay in touch all day long.
Nokia’s Executive Vice President (EVP) for mobile phones, Mary McDowell said, “Today’s mobile phone users want a quick internet experience that allows them to discover great content and share it with their friends, but without being held back by high data costs”.
“The new Nokia 110 and 112 devices combine browsing, social media, apps, world-class entertainment and long battery life to create a great package for young, urban consumers who want to do it all” she added.