Nokia launched the C2-00 and X1-01 dual SIM phones in India. The C2-00 sports the Easy Swap feature, which allows users to change SIM cards without switching off the phone or removing the battery.
The highlight of this phone is its memory, which can be expanded to 32 GB. The X1-01, on the other hand, supports 16 GB of memory. Its battery delivers up to 36 hours of continuous music playback, and in-built loudspeakers provide a sound output of 106 phon. It also has an application to help users control their calling expenses, and is pre-loaded with Nokia Money. Both phones remember the settings for up to five separate SIM cards.
Also, the Nokia E6 touch-and-type smartphone, which costs `17,900, is now available for pre-order in India. Another smartphone from the Nokia stables, expected in Q3 of 2011, is the Oro, preloaded with Symbian Anna. The 18 carat gold plated phone has a sapphire crystal centre key, and a back panel made of Scottish leather – which is why it is expected to cost at least `50,000.