Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Nokia announces two cheap phones Nokia 110,Nokia 112

 Playing the cheap game again? Nokia this week announces its two phones that will try to attract budget-conscious customers, the new Nokia 110 and the Nokia 112.

Both with Facebook and Twitter, and also with a web browser that uses the cloud to minimize data consumption, the new Nokia 110 and the Nokia 112 will go on sale this year while avoiding the lucrative smartphone market, and will try their luck in the feature phone market.

The new Nokia 110 and 112 sport  1.8-inch display, and both VGA camera and the traditional Nokia alphanumeric keypad. Aside from the internet data compression, another “feature” of the phone is its longer battery life. Apparently, the two phones should beat the iPhone and Android in this category largely due to its small, not touchscreen display, and also the lack of other features.
No word yet from Nokia about the phone’s United States activities, if any, but the Finland-based phone maker, previously the global phone market leader, is expected to ship the new phones in other “developing” countries first this year.

In terms of the major Specifications:

  1. Dual SIM functionality, easy swap
  2. Nokia OS Series 40
  3. Video formats supported – WMV, 3GPP, AVI
  4. Memory expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card
  5. Stereo FM radio with RDS, recording facility
  6. 1.8inch QVGA display with a 160 x 128 pixel resolution
  7. EDGE/GPRS, Bluetooth 2.1, WAP 1.1
  8. 0.3 megapixel rear camera
  9. Up to 64 MB internal memory
  10. 3.5 mm headphone jack
  11. 1400 mAh Lithuim  ion battery
  12. 86 grams weight
  13. Available in grey, blue, white and red

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