Nokia introduced two new entry-level cell phones in a nice red color. Even Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 seem identical, the second one adds dual SIM capability, memory card slot for up to 16GB, and built-in MP3 player.
Features that they share include the support for five separate address books, each assigned to a different SIM card, which is cool for when you have a business SIM, a private SIM and so on. The menu is easy to navifate through and there’s also the flashlight for low-light areas. Another useful feature is the standby time of up to 25 days from a single charge, and the 6.7-hour continuous talk time. Additionally, both Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 come with FM radio, preloaded games, 3.5-mm AV connector for external speakers, and the Nokia Life Tools service with weather forecsts, language tuition, health advices and entertainment news delivered via SMS messages.
The new cell phones from Nokia are affordable. Nokia 100 will be sold for EUR 20, while the Nokia 101 has a price of EUR 25.